This 5-year partnership valued over SGD 32 million, is first-of-its-kind strategic partnership for Siemens Healthineers in the region.It focuses on upgrading HMI Group’s healthcare facilities, anchoring on digitalization and enhancing local talent pool.It includes further development of Centres of Excellence (CoEs) for Cancer, Neuroscience and Cardiovascular diseases, to improve treatment and patient care in these clinical areas.
SINGAPORE and JAKARTA, Indonesia, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Health Management International (HMI Group) and Siemens Healthineers entered into a 5-year strategic partnership to advance healthcare delivery in Southeast Asia. As part of this first-of-its-kind partnership in the region, HMI Group will invest over SGD 32 million to roll out innovative medical technologies and digitalisation platforms, enhance clinical education and further develop Centres of Excellence (CoEs) in the key clinical areas of cancer, neuroscience and cardiovascular diseases. This investment is a key component of the HMI Group’s ongoing expansion initiatives across StarMed Specialist Centre in Singapore and tertiary hospitals in Malaysia — Mahkota Medical Centre (Mahkota) in Melaka and Regency Specialist Hospital (Regency) in Johor.
Singapore’s comprehensive ecosystem brings local and international players together to harness global trends of digital healthcare transformation and improving access to care. HMI Group’s prominence as a leading regional private healthcare services provider, coupled with Siemens Healthineers medtech expertise, together can contribute to a healthy society and healthcare ecosystem, enhancing Singapore’s position as a regional healthcare and digital hub.
Ms Chin Wei Jia, Group CEO of HMI Group, said, “This strategic partnership will enable HMI Group’s medical facilities to improve patient care by serving as flagship reference sites for Siemens Healthineers in Southeast Asia. As the care of our patients is at the center of everything that we do, our partnership will accelerate the adoption of connected health, thereby providing faster access to care, while building telehealth and predictive analytics capabilities at scale, all of which will go a long way in enhancing our patients’ journey towards a healthier outcome.”
According to Mr. Fabrice Leguet, Managing Director and Head of Siemens Healthineers, Southeast Asia, “At Siemens Healthineers, we understand the challenges that healthcare providers face in meeting the demand of providing quality healthcare. We