Biography and Synopsis
Dr. CHOY Khai Meng
Food and Health Bureau, HKSAR
The Government of HKSAR
Chief Manager (Service Transformation)
Cluster Services Division
The Hospital Authority, HKSAR
Dr. Khai-meng CHOY is the Chief Manager of Service Transformation Department of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority and also the Consultant (Public-Private-Partnership) of the Food and Health Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. He is a registered medical practitioner and a solicitor. The Service Transformation Department in the Hospital Authority drives the development of public-private partnerships so as to provide more choices for patients. In line with the Hong Kong SAR Government's Healthcare Reform Agenda, Dr CHOY is working closely with partners and stakeholders across public and private sectors in promoting a territory-wide electronic health platform for all residents of Hong Kong.
After serving years in frontline healthcare services and internal auditing, Mr CHAN joined the eHR Engagement Initiate (EEI) Team of the Electronic Health Record Office as an Executive Officer in 2010. With solid experience gained from his clinical and management practices, he has developed good grasps on the strategic planning and promotion of the eHR system in Hong Kong.
Exerting full efforts in working closely with healthcare partners and stakeholders across various sectors, the EEI Team has yielded substantial achievements in facilitating development of the territory-wide electronic health platform in Hong Kong, making it ready for implementation in the near future.
Wednesday, 19 September
13:00 - 13:30
Expansion of PPI ePR Registration Preparing the Healthcare System for Future eHR Migration
To boost the registration rate for the Public Private Interface - Electronic Patient Record sharing Pilot Project (PPI- ePR), a promotional activity was held in Hong Kong from November 2011 to January 2012 with over 13,000 registrants recruited. The programme is scheduled for expansion in 2012 - 2013 with an aim to enroll at least 33,000 registrants.