Prof Lee is currently the Deputy Group CEO (Regional Health System), SingHealth where he leads population health efforts to enable residents in Eastern Singapore to keep well, get well and live well. He also chairs the Planning Committee for the upcoming Eastern General and Community Hospitals.

His past appointments include CEO of Changi General Hospital, and Deputy Director of Medical Services for Health Services and Healthcare Performance in the Ministry of Health Singapore where he led the strategic development and improvement of healthcare services.

Prof Lee is an Adjunct Professor with three institutions of higher learning i.e. Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, Duke-NUS Medical School and Singapore University of Technology and Design. He was a member of several international committees under the World Health Organisation, International Hospital Federation and Joint Commission International.

Prof Lee co-edited Singapore's Health Care System: What 50 Years Have Achieved (2015) and contributed the chapter on Strategies for Health Services in the 6th edition of the Oxford Textbook of Public Health (2015). He has also published and presented in international journals and conferences respectively.

Presentation Synopsis
Pandemic, Paradigm Shifts and Population Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives and its reverberations continue to impact health, society and economies around the world. Out of this adversity, there have also been insights and innovations, associated with paradigm shifts that have the potential to transform population health. The speaker will be sharing on the lessons from the pandemic and the paradigm shifts that guide efforts to improve the health of our population across age groups, medical and social condition, illustrated with examples from SingHealth’s
population health journey.