Together with our partners, the Korean Society for Quality in Health Care (KoSQua), Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service (HIRA), and the Korea Institute for Healthcare Accreditation (KOIHA), ISQua is delighted to publish its scientific programme and speakers.

This page will be updated regularly as more speakers and sessions are confirmed.

Conference Programme

Downloadable Programme

To download the Pre-Conference Programme, CLICK HERE

To download the Main Programme, CLICK HERE

ISQua 2023 Keynote Speakers

Ban Ki-moon - Chairman of Ban Ki-moon Foundation for a Better Future, 8th Secretary-General of UN
Jeffrey Braithwaite - Director of the Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australian Institute of Health Innovation
Helen Leonard - Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability & parent a child with a life-limiting complex disability
Sanjeev Arora, MD - Founder of Project ECHO and the Executive Director of the ECHO Institute
Farah Magrabi - Professor of Biomedical & Health Informatics, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University
Zoe Wainer - Deputy Secretary for Public Health in the Victorian Government Department of Health

Invited Speakers

Heon-Jae Jeong, MD, MBA, DrPH; President and CEO of the Care Quality Research Group and Consulting Group
Heon-Jae Jeong, MD, MBA, DrPH
Heon-Jae Jeong, MD, MBA, DrPHPresident and CEO of the Care Quality Research Group and Consulting Group
As President and CEO of the Care Quality Research Group and Consulting Group, Heon-Jae Jeong is committed to enhancing healthcare quality and safety globally through diverse projects and studies. Dr. Jeong earned his MD in South Korea in 2002 and later pursued MPH, MBA, and DrPH degrees at Johns Hopkins University as a Sommer Scholar. In 2007, he was selected as one of the World Health Organization's patient safety scholars. Dr. Jeong has made significant contributions to the development and enhancement of patient safety systems in South Korea and several other countries, assisting hospitals, including Johns Hopkins, in implementing safety programs. As the author of Korea's national bestseller, "Hospital User's Manual: 33 Safety Rules for Patients," Dr. Jeong encouraged numerous Korean hospitals to create patient engagement programs. His work laid the foundation for advancements in patient safety in Korea, earning him the Korean Minister of Health and Welfare Award in 2005 and 2013, as well as the Outstanding Graduate Award from the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association in 2014. Dr. Jeong has held various esteemed positions, including Incident Management Faculty at the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Director of International Affairs for the Korean Society for Patient Safety, and Editor-in-Chief of the Biometrics and Biostatistics International Journal.