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Singapore report

Healthcare hits reset


Priorities shift as healthcare leaders navigate a changed world

Emerging from the pandemic, healthcare leaders in Singapore are prioritizing three key investments for 2022 and beyond​

The 2022 report paints a picture of a sector that is radically re-evaluating priorities as it strives to deliver improved patient care.

Staff satisfaction and retention

Tackling the human capital crisis is a top priority for healthcare leaders


With concerns about staff burnout and resignation, addressing staff satisfaction and retention are top of mind for Singapore’s healthcare leaders as they invest into a more resilient healthcare system for the future.​

Increasing staff satisfaction and addressing staff retention is a top priority now and in three years' time​:

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The main focus areas for AI-driven healthcare​:

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Artificial Intelligence & Predictive Analytics​

Investment in AI and predictive analytics is accelerating


Healthcare leaders expect to see AI and predictive technology play a greater role in streamlining clinical and procedural workflows and decision-making, and they expect to double their investments into AI in the near future.

The main focus areas for AI-driven healthcare​:

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Remote care delivery​

Healthcare leaders are increasingly focused on improving care beyond hospital walls with digitization and data​


With Singapore’s top priority on preventive care, healthcare leaders are prioritizing solutions allowing them to extend care delivery to the community.

Investments in digitizing healthcare beyond the hospital to extend access to care are an increasing priority:

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Resilience in healthcare has taken on a new meaning for many healthcare leaders, with the pandemic giving rise to a distinct urgency for higher standards of efficiency, sustainability and versatility in the wake of embattled systems and staff.

- Ivy Lai, Country Manager at Philips Singapore

The report emphasizes three key areas of focus for healthcare leaders in 2022 and beyond​

Prioritize staff experience & retention

Prioritize staff experience & retention​

Predictive analytics and AI

Realize the potential of predictive analytics and seamless data connectivity​

Accelerate the use of remote care

Accelerate the use of remote care & digital solutions​

Download the Singapore report

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The Future Health Index is commissioned by Philips

The Future Health Index 2022 report examines the experiences of almost 3,000 healthcare leaders and their expectations for the future. The research for the Future Health Index 2022 report was conducted in 15 countries (Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, and the United States). The study combines a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews conducted from December 2021 – March 2022.

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