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DOH and healthcare experts assess necessary innovation for resilience in Cisco Live series

/ 12:50 PM November 23, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect millions of people all over the world, one industry feels the heat more than any other: Healthcare. Despite the apparent slowdown of cases in the Philippines, the pandemic is still not defeated, and experts are weighing in on possible resurgence come Christmas season.

Dr. Eric Tayag, Director IV at the Department of Health, joins Kenan Yorucu, Healthcare Industry Lead at Cisco APJC and other leading health experts for a crucial discussion and assessment of the country’s healthcare system. In this time of crisis, there is urgency in the importance of ensuring a robust healthcare system that can support not only COVID-19 cases but the hundreds of other cases and illnesses that hospitals receive on a daily basis.

Leading this conversation is Cisco Philippines through the 3-part executive live series “Navigating the Shift”, designed to help organizations understand how to truly succeed in a post-pandemic world. Joining Dr. Tayag and Yorucu for the Healthcare spotlight are James Indino, Jr., VP for IT of the Chong-Hua Hospital, Cindy Burdette, Founder and CEO of All Care, and Kristian Sumabat, CIO at the Makati Medical Center.

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For industry leaders, healthcare experts, and innovators yearning to make a difference in the industry, set a reminder for the live broadcast of Episode 2 of Navigating the Shift on November 25 at 4:00PM at Cisco ASEAN Facebook Page. You can also watch the previous episode on uplifting Small and Medium Enterprises through technology here.

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