Dr Chong Yoke Sin

Dr Chong is Chief, Enterprise Business Group at StarHub. Prior to this, she was Consultant to the Parkway Pantai Healthcare Group and CEO of IHIS, a government-owned Healthcare IT organization entrusted with delivering and operating the IT and related systems for public healthcare.

Dr Chong oversaw the attainment of the global HIMSS EMRAM Stage 7 for Ng Teng Fong Hospital in 2016, a first in Asean and 4th in Asia. She had earlier worked with the clusters to achieve the attainment of HIMSS Stage 6 for the rest of hospitals and 2 outpatient institutions in Singapore, which makes Singapore’s attainment the highest among public healthcare systems worldwide today.

Dr Chong was the past Chair of the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Asia Governing Council that governs the activities of the HIMSS Society for the Asian countries, Australia and New Zealand. She is the previous Vice Chair of the US HIMSS Board of Managers and a Fellow of HIMSS. She is a qualified Health IT professional, having achieved the CPHIMS certification by HIMSS. She was awarded the Hall of Fame from HIMSS in 2016 for her contributions to the advancement of Health IT in Asia through her leadership of HIMSS Asia.

Previous to her role as CEO of IHIS, she was the CEO of NCS, a Singapore Systems integrator that was spun off from the Singapore Government, that specialized in applications and infrastructural solutions for the government, healthcare and finance industries both for Singapore and internationally. She built the international business for NCS that resulted in substantial business in government for the Middle East, HK, China, Australia and Korea. NCS grew its footprint to become the largest Systems integrator in Singapore.

Dr Chong is a Board Member of the Singapore Land Authority and is Chairman of the IT Board. She also sits on the Board of Governors of the Republic Polytechnic and SG Enable.

Dr Chong holds a PhD in Chemistry and attended the Advanced Management Programme of Harvard Business School in 1998.