Covid-19 and the Delta variant are pushing Evyd Technology to build a health system

CITY OF SERI BEGAWAN Covid-19 pandemic D.The presence of the Delta variant has contributed to a revolution towards a robust health system through the presentation of the latest medical technology devices.

For this purpose, the EVYD Knowledge Hub from EVYD Technology held on 6-7. October 2021 the start of the special ministers’ conference for ASEAN Digital Public Health on the topic of “Working together for a happier and healthier world after the pandemic”. ALSO READ – This is Singapore’s strategy for a normal life with COVID-19

The conference was organized by the Ministry of Finance and Economy in Brunei Darussalam together with the Ministry of Health in Brunei Darussalam, the Brunei Investment Agency and the Temasek Foundation.

The conference highlighted the urgency of ASEAN leaders to work together and develop viable and sustainable solutions to build a resilient health system that can meet the challenges ahead.

COVID-19 and the Delta variant outbreak have uncovered vulnerabilities in the global health system and increased the need for regional collaboration in dealing with a pandemic of this magnitude.

According to the Institute of International Finance (IIF), the lockdown and spread of the Delta Covid-19 variant has had a negative impact on the economic recovery of Asean-5, which is made up of Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.

Recognizing the urgency to strengthen public health infrastructure, the EVYD Knowledge Hub is promoting awareness of the importance of collaboration, mutual learning, research and digitization to empower scientific policymaking to improve public health.

“As a company founded during a pandemic, we are experiencing the losses of the healthcare system and healthcare providers first hand. Therefore, we are honored to have the opportunity to co-organize this conference with the Ministry of Brunei Darussalam and the Temasek Foundation with the aim of bringing ASEAN leaders together to discuss the importance of knowledge sharing and the role of data and Technology to lead the way in improving public health policymaking, “said Chua Ming Jie, chief executive officer, EVYD Technology.

The two-day conference, attended by more than 50 speakers, was opened by ASEAN Secretary General Lim Jock Hoi, Brunei Darussalam’s Minister of Finance and Economy II Amin Liew Abdullah and Brunei Darussalam’s Minister of Health Haji Mohammad Isham bin Haji Jaafar.