Taiwan needs to be able to endure challenges of health, economy, and sustainability and emerge even more resilient. Taiwan needs interdisciplinary thinking, talent cultivation, and a more international mindset to accomplish this.
2022 PHSSR Global Summit: Future-proofing Healthcare Systems through Data and Digitalization
November 22, 2022
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the world has been forced to reconsider its healthcare practices as the strain revealed deficiencies in healthcare systems attempting to ensure accessibility and quality. However, the pandemic also enabled digital technology to emerge as a means of overcoming many challenges healthcare systems face.
On day one of the 2022 PHSSR Global Summit, Syaru Shirley Lin of CAPRI facilitated a panel on “Future-proofing healthcare systems through data and digitalization.” The discussion included leading experts from academia, government, and the private sector exploring different avenues enhance the resilience of healthcare systems worldwide by using data and technology.
An Economist Impact Panel: Removing silos—Collaborating for Success in Health
November 15, 2022
As collective public health and climate change challenges have become ever more complex, actors across health, the economy, and the environment still struggle to create a global governance system that can provide sufficient and sustainable solutions.
On day one of The Economist’s Future of Healthcare Week Asia, Syaru Shirley Lin of CAPRI urged us to think bigger. CAPRI’s cross-disciplinary policy research aims to push de-siloing between sectors and foster collaboration in a world entrenched in specialization. Because the challenges of public health, economic growth, and environmental sustainability are interconnected, they must be addressed with innovative ideas through collaborative, interdisciplinary research with academia, the private sector, and policy entrepreneurs.
Establishment of the Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation Announced at Davos
May 25, 2022
Professor Syaru Shirley Lin, announced the founding of CAPRI during an affiliate session of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos. The session on “Collaborating to Build Resilient and Sustainable Health Systems” was hosted by the Partnership for Health System Sustainability and Resilience (PHSSR), for which CAPRI is its research hub in the Asia Pacific.