Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse
Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse
Lance Little
Opinion

Opinion

Lance Little

How pandemic tech successes can improve the future of health care

  • The digitalisation of health care using internet of things technologies helps manage outbreaks and strengthens preparedness for future pandemics
  • Its use in the broader health care system can reduce health care professionals’ burden and build resilience for the management of diseases beyond Covid-19

Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse
Customers are required to scan the QR code of the Leave Home Safe mobile app at a restaurant at Lan Kwai Fong in Central on June 3. Photo: May Tse
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Lance Little

Lance Little

Lance Little is managing director of Roche Diagnostics Asia Pacific. Prior to that, he was the managing director of Roche Diagnostics India, where he was also head of the wider Indian sub-region.