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Dr. Low Lian Leng is currently a Consultant at the Department of Family Medicine and Continuing Care at the Singapore General Hospital, Director of the Population Health and Integrated Care Office in SGH, Director, SingHealth Office of Regional Health System for SGH campus and Director of Health Services and Outcomes Research for the SingHealth Duke-NUS Family Medicine Academic Clinical Program. He is also faculty at the SingHealth family medicine residency program and Duke-NUS family medicine clerkship. Dr. Low completed his Master of Clinical Investigation at the National University of Singapore and has a deep interest in health services research, especially in the areas of population health, innovative integrated care delivery models, value-based care and data analytics. He is the currently the principal investigator of the Singapore Health Services Regional Health System Population Database project and is co-lead and core lead of the population segmentation and data analytics core respectively in the SingHealth Regional Health System Population Health centre grant. The SingHealth population health research database tracks critical population health indicators and outcomes in the Regional Health System (RHS) based on the Quadruple Aim. As core lead of the Data Analytics platform in the SingHealth PULSES centre grant, Dr. Low is supervising a data analyst and research associate in their professional work. Concurrently, he is mentoring third year Duke-NUS medical students, family medicine residents and fellows for their research projects. Dr. Low had published his work on 30-day readmission and frequent hospital admission prediction and is currently working with the Ministry of Health Policy Research Economics Office in implementation of a frequent hospital admission risk score that had outperformed existing models in literature. He also completed 2 clinical trials on integrated care delivery models that showed the effectiveness of an integrated practice unit for patients at highest risk of readmission. He is actively involved in the SingHealth Health Services Research Centre “Health Engagement and Action Laboratories” (HEALs) project that aims to develop an integrated communities of care to improve population health in alignment with the quadruple aim.