Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong
Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong

In Hong Kong, big data is helping people take control of their health care

Leung Pak-yin says Hong Kong’s public health system is embracing an IT revolution to ensure the care it provides is more effective, efficient and transparent, thus empowering patients

Topic |   Wellness
Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong
Future health care models must be more participatory in nature, with patients becoming active agents in managing their health rather than being passive recipients of care. Photo: Felix Wong
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