B.Acc (NUS); LL.B (Hons) (University of London); Executive MBA (INSEAD)
Li Lian is co-founder and director responsible for strategic and corporate development, marketing and operations.
Prior to this, Li Lian has close to two decades of experience in consumer banking where she drove strategy, marketing and business management. As Head of the Personal Banking segment at OCBC Bank, she was responsible for the customer value propositions of the clients in the consumer bank.
Li Lian is passionate about developing and implementing strategies that solve the pain points of consumers and sees great possibilities to transform services for the ageing population in Singapore. She also sees an excellent opportunity for public, private and community sector partnerships to address some of the issues relating to our ageing society.
Li Lian and her team at Tetsuyu are pushing the boundaries on eldercare technologies with robotics and other applications. The THH team was honoured with the HIMMS Asia Pacific Excellence in Start-up Innovation Award 2017. THH also made it to the list of Top 25 Healthcare Technology Solution Providers APC CIO Outlook Magazine in 2017.
Li Lian holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from the National University of Singapore, a Bachelor of Law (Hons) from the University of London, an Advance Diploma in Wealth Management from the Wealth Management Institute and an Executive MBA from INSEAD.
M.D. (the University of Tokyo), USMLE (California), Ph. D. in internal medicine (University of Tokyo), Executive MBA (INSEAD)
Dr Muto, co-founder and Medical Director (Admin), is responsible for setting the clinical standards, SOP (standard operating procedures), protocol, training and supervision of the clinical team. He brings into Singapore, Japan’s holistic home care concept and his deep experience of pairing a good care model with technology to improve nursing and medical care, and productivity. He also works with our local team to customise this model for Singapore’s needs.
A Cardiologist by training, Dr Muto’s passion is to help the elderly live happily with dignity and quality. Witnessing elderly patients’ suffering post hospital discharge drove him to create a home care model enabled by cloud technology to transform lives. His four clinics in Tokyo and Miyagi serve 1,000 elderly patients with 24,000 home visits annually in Japan, including Tsunami-swept communities.
Dr Muto advises the Japanese government on healthcare information technology and was awarded Innovator of the Year 2015 by a consortium recognising the most innovative healthcare professional in Japan. Prior to this, Dr Muto served as Court Physician, Imperial Household Agency of Japan. He was also a Consultant with McKinsey and Company in Japan.
Bachelor of Nursing (University of Sydney, Honours)
Jenny graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) and has more than a decade of experience working in restructured hospitals and the private sector. Her passion lies in clinical and nursing research and believes that they can impact the quality of care and advance the healthcare profession.
Prior to Tetsuyu, Jenny has been involved in various quantitative and qualitative research work in both epidemiology studies and clinical trials. She also has experience in international case management supporting patients across geographies on their care needs.
Currently, Jenny is the Nurse Clinician responsible for driving clinical research projects and managing the home care team. Since 2019, she has also acted as Country Coordinator with a global clinical trials coordination company to support clinical trials at home, and is in-charge of the myHUMIRA Program, a program that involves home visits by nurses to train caregivers/patients in the self-administration of subcutaneous injections, adding to her broad repertoire of nursing achievements.
She is a certified trainer under the CTG by AIC and has conducted numerous classes on Aged care related topics.