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The right business model that effectively combines technology, people and processes is essential to driving growth and agility to change in the health sector.

Dr. Num Tanthuwanit

EY-Parthenon Partner, Health, Ernst & Young LLP

Extensive strategic and operational experience in the health sector. Fellow of Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

Num has extensive experience in clinical, operational, executive and strategic board roles in the health sector. He assists tertiary hospitals in improving the patient experience and service standards; procurement operations; cost management; business strategy and innovation; physician recruitment as well as quality assurance, improvement and accreditation.

He also helps them to develop new clinical programs and services as well as assess and implement new technologies.

Num was previously Group CEO of a leading hospital in Indonesia and the CEO of a major private health care facility in Thailand. He also practiced as a specialist rehabilitation physician in Australia’s and Thailand’s public and private sectors.

Num is a Fellow of the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians. He holds an MBBS from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and an MSc in Management from Stanford University, US.

How Num is building a better working world

“Aging populations, increasing cost pressures and a growing number of chronic diseases are driving health care organizations to seek new and better ways of working.

With my experience in overseeing several hospitals, I help health care providers to develop strategies to enhance service quality and drive growth. I also help them to implement innovative technologies and processes that improve operational efficiency, lower costs and provide a better experience for patients and staff.”

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