• Simplified Chinese
Board of Directors

ImageTing Choon Meng          
Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Dr Ting is a medical doctor, serial inventor of medical devices and an author. He is in private practice in Singapore for more than 20 years. BPro device is the first wrist-worn device capable of capturing 24hr BP readings and Pulse waveform analysis both at the same time. This patented invention which is FDA approved has won Awards from World Economic Forum and Frost & Sullivan as Monitoring Technology of the year 2007. BPro is now commercialized in more than 25 countries in the world.

Dr.Ting’s other inventions includes a non-invasive blood glucose monitor, a smart needle for intra-articular injection and a mobile ER vehicle for mass casualty that is now the standard deployment in the Singapore Homeland Defence Force.

Dr.Ting has also pioneered the technique of Visco-supplementation for the treatment of OA knees since 1991. He has done more than 25,000 knees to date and has written a handbook for doctors. It was launched in Beijing in August 2007. 

Dr.Ting is still actively involved in clinical practice, spending half his time in the clinic and the other half in research.

Dr.Ting is also very actively involved in the promotion of innovation culture for the nation. He has been appointed as a member of the Enterprise Board for the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) recently formed under the Singapore Management University (SMU). He is also on the Advisory Board of the Wee Kim Wee Center in SMU.

In April 2008, he founded the Singapore Fellowship Of Inventors (S-FOI), a non-profit organization dedicated to the education, support and networking of fellow entrepreneurs and inventors. The monthly meetings will culminate in an annual convention of INVENT SINGAPORE held since 2008.

In March 2009, Dr.Ting has also been appointed as a member of the evaluation panel of the National Research Foundation of Singapore and evaluated the submission of projects for funding in bio-medical cluster. Furthermore, he also served on the Economic review Committee of the Singapore Government in 2009.

In year 2010, Dr. Ting has been invited to become an International Faculty Member of the Leicester National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Cardiovascular Biomedical Research Unit (BRU) based in the U.K. He is the first and honored member to be invited whom is based outside of U.K region. (Click here on more details)

In June 2012, Dr. Ting has been appointed as an Adjunt Professor by the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University.



ImageHau Tau Kwang            
Deputy Chairman, Director and Founder


An experienced entrepreneur, Mr. Hau provides guidance and professional wisdom to management in dealing with the operational and commercial affairs of the company. An alumnus of King’s College, University of London and Reading University, UK, Mr. Hau joined Unilever PLC, London after graduation and gained extensive experience at management level. Mr. Hau was a member of the Board (1985 -1995) for Prima Ltd, a public listed company in Singapore. 


ImageChua Ngak Hwee         
Chief Technology  Officer, Director and Founder

Mr. Chua and his team invented the EVBP™ Technology with Dr. Ting.  He is primarily responsible for the technical and software development of the devices, along with the company’s Intellectual Property.  Mr Chua graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and further qualifications from the British Computer Society.  He brings with him 16 years of experience in managing computer hardware and software development projects.  Prior to setting up HealthSTATS, Mr. Chua runs his own consultancy firm providing development services on computer-integrated systems to SMEs, including turnkey solutions.  


ImageSin Boon Ann         

Partner, Drew & Napier and Member of Parliament

Mr. Sin began private practice in 1987. He spent some time in academia as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, before returning to private practice in 1992 when he joined Drew & Napier. He was a Partner from 1994 to 2001 when he became a director upon the corporatisation of Drew & Napier.  His areas of practice include corporate finance, M & A, Banking and Finance, Info-Communication and Joint Ventures.  He graduated with a LL.B from the University of Singapore in 1986 and a LL.M from the University of London in 1988.


ImageRoy Chua                

Partner, Chua Hay & Partners

Mr. Chua graduated with a LL.B (Hons) from the University of Singapore in 1967.  He became a State Counsel and Deputy Public Prosecutor until 1969 when he joined Lee & Lee to commence private practice. He started Chua, Hay & Partners in 1973 and became consultant to the firm in 2006.  Mr. Chua is the Chairman of The Compensation Fund Committee of the Law Society of Singapore.


Copyright © 2010 HealthSTATS International. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer & Copyright