Bromme Hampton Cole 柯 博 明 was Vice President of Deutsche Bank, then later President of Hampton Hoerter Healthcare, a technology company focused on providing digital solutions for senior health care management.
He was also the President of Care Expo – 董事长, China’s largest multinational aged-care B2B conference and trade show. Most recently he was Director of Special Programs for Chun Xuan Mao (Senior Living L’Amore), one of the largest senior health care companies in China. He migrated Quality Assessment to an online platform which allows for greater Quality Assessment efficiency tracking.
He’s very committed to finding better solutions and discovering overlooked opportunities in supply chains. He wants to implement disruptive technologies to leverage advantages in eliminating systems.
Please join me and Bromme, and hear him share his experiences in Southeast Asian senior living.
Bromme’s LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brommehcole/
Bomme’s Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/HamptonHoerter
Bromme has written two books which are available on Amazon:
“Dragon with a Cane: Profiles in Ageing: China’s Forgotten Generation” – https://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Cane-Profiles-Forgotten-Generation/dp/0985687126?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-d-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=0985687126
“Enter the Ageing Dragon…: Musings on the nascent senior living industry in China” 1st Edition – https://www.amazon.com/Enter-Ageing-Dragon-Musings-industry/dp/098568710X?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-d-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=098568710X
Bromme’s Amazon Page:
The way I see it, healthcare is one of our generation’s greatest challenges. Yet the industry desperately needs more funding, technology and most importantly, entrepreneurial attention. What could be more personal and more important to every individual, family and community than their health and wellness? For me, the answer is nothing.
Over the past twenty-five years, having worked in various healthcare companies and startups throughout North America, Asia (China/Vietnam) and Europe with diversified interests in acuity (clinical operations), digital aging, technology, finance (credit rating and underwriting) and consumer products, I have found that healthcare industry employees are connected by many common interests. What unites them however, beyond their vocation, is an abiding devotion to helping others live better lives. In sum, it’s about the service of caring.
I am committed to finding better solutions (think: Platforming and AI/Blockchain consilience), discovering overlooked opportunities in supply chains and implementing disruptive technologies to leverage advantages (think: eliminating the “systemness”). I believe in pioneering and the benefits that unfold from being fearless in one’s questions and actions (think: healthcare version of AirBnb/Waze/Uber…go asset light!). Of course, all of this is meaningless without corporate responsibility, towards customers, employees and community. With courage and accountability…that’s how healthcare is improved for everyone.