Glenda Teng

Head, Government Affairs & Market Access Committee,
Asia Pacific Medical Association Ltd.

Glenda joins APACMed in September 2021 as Manager, Government Affairs and Market Access Committee. Bringing a public policy perspective to strategic market access topics, Glenda seeks to improve access to care, translate value-based outcomes for reimbursement, and facilitate efficient adoption of innovative medical technologies for patients and populations across the region.

In her career to date, Glenda has worked at the nexus of government, hospitals and research. As a senior policy analyst in Singapore’s health ministry, Glenda participated in developing health and social service reimbursement policy for the intermediate and long-term care sector, as well as led ground hospital operations including implementation of value-based outcomes programme in a tertiary hospital. Most recently, Glenda worked as a Research Associate in a multidisciplinary research team comprising clinicians and research scientists to develop a design-assist device solution for edentulous patients, with the goals of reducing patient wait time and unlocking cost savings through mass customisation.

Glenda holds a masters’ degree from the University of Chicago in social sciences with a concentration in International Political Economy, and an undergraduate degree from LSE in Government and Economics.