NKF’s New CEO

Kuala Lumpur, Jan 12: The National Kidney Foundation of Malaysia’s (NKF Malaysia) has welcomed a new CEO Khor Xin Yun, who has big digital transformation plans in store for the organisation.
With over a decade’s worth of experience in various sectors within the healthcare industry, Khor has since built an excellent track record in spearheading digitalisation and transformation in her previous posts.

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“Based on her past experiences and credentials, I’m confident that she is a great fit for the organisation and we can only stand to gain from her immense wealth of industry experience and expertise.
“With her at the helm, NKF Malaysia can now be poised to drive greater innovation and digitalisation in kidney care and prevention while simultaneously advancing our vision and mission,” NKF Malaysia Chairman Datuk Dr Zaki Morad Mohamad Zaher said.
Since joining the NKF Malaysia family in Jan this year, the 35-year-old registered pharmacist by profession is set to share her wealth of knowledge and experiences gained over the years to help the organisation grow and operate more efficiently.

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Prior to her appointment as NKF Malaysia’s CEO, Khor served as the head of digital health for the Better Health Programme (BHP) Malaysia that was funded by the United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office’s Prosperity Fund back in 2020.
This was part of a three-year global initiative that aimed at addressing the growing concerns over non-communicable diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
He added that this is also in line with the Health Ministry’s drive towards raising greater awareness and promotion in the prevention of non-communicable diseases in a bid to improve the health and quality of life among Malaysians.

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