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Napier Healthcare and Ageing Asia Host Reception for Singapore’s Elderly Care Leaders

Chief administrators from key nursing home and elderly care organizations in the country exchanged ideas and best practices at the Networking Cocktail.


Singapore, December 16, 2014 - Napier Healthcare Solutions and social enterprise focusing on care for the elderly Ageing Asia together hosted the Ageing Asia Alliance Networking Cocktail 2014 last Wednesday (December 10, 2014) in the Gilmour Room at the Singapore Cricket Club.

Filling the room that evening were senior executives running Singapore’s nursing homes and elderly care concerns from the public and private sectors, who engaged one another and representatives from Napier Healthcare and Ageing Asia in deep discussion on the trends they see in their industry, the challenges they face and the strategies they expect to deploy to drive efficiencies and further elevate service standards all around.

Janice Chia, Founder and Managing Director of Ageing Asia, offered her vision for Ageing Asia and the elderly care industry and the 10 most notable best practices she has identified being employed by European and Japanese organizations in “the business of ageing” in the areas of dementia care, nursing homes, rehabilitation, palliative care and housing.

Janice Chia with Top 10 Ideas from Europe and Japan for elderly caregivers to consider.

Tirupathi Karthik, CEO of Napier Healthcare, shared his readings of the future of the aged care sector as it is being transformed by technology for the better–particularly with respect to care coordination and patient satisfaction, transitional care and home care.


Tirupathi Karthik on The Next Wave of IT Transformation for the Aged Care Sector.

Andrew Chong and Katherine Ho of Fei Yue Community Services.

From left: Janice Chia, Ageing Asia; Then Kim Yuan, Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home; Sylwin Ang, Ageing Asia.

Tirupathi Karthik (Napier Healthcare) and Charmaine Tan (Agency for Integrated Care, Singapore)

From left: Kavin Seow and James Tan, Touch Community Services; Aashoo Garg, Napier Healthcare.

From left: Moretta Song, SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home; Jenna Ryan, Gadens; Subramaniam Munian, SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home.

Tan Guat Peng (Bethany Methodist Nursing Home) and Lynn Chow (Green Avenue).

Xander Ong (ECON Healthcare) and Ng Kian Seng (Napier Healthcare).

From left: Lynn Chow, Green Avenue; Moretta Song, SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home; Roger Pang, Napier Healthcare.

From left: Sahel Mattar, Napier Healthcare; Dennis Tan, Ling Kwang Home; Jeffrey Chan, Ageing Asia; Tang Khee Chim, St Luke’s Hospital & St Luke’s Eldercare.

Philip Wong (All Saints Home) and Dennis Tan (Ling Kwang Home)

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