Yoke Sin was the founding CEO of Integrated Health Information Systems which delivers highly integrated and automated systems for the clinical and patient-administration systems for the entire public healthcare system in Singapore. She oversaw the attainment of the HIMSS EMRAM Stage 6 and 7 levels of IT adoption for the healthcare systems. She was admitted to the Hall of Fame by HIMSS in 2016 for her achievements in raising the level of technology in healthcare. As the past president of HIMSS Asia Governing council and board member of the US HIMSS organisation, she contributed to the IT standards for primary care, analytics and decision support for HIMSS.
Yoke Sin was the CEO of NCS, a Singapore Systems integrator spun off from the Singapore Government, that specialised in applications and infrastructural solutions for the government, healthcare and finance industries. She expanded NCS to the Middle East, Hong Kong, China, Australia and Korea. NCS grew its footprint to become the largest systems integrator in Singapore. She was involved with the development of the national e-government Masterplan and spearheaded SME technology adoption at the national level.
Prior to joining iGlobe, Yoke Sin was the Chief of Enterprise Business at StarHub and grew its AI, Cybersecurity, IOT and digital platform business. She oversaw the formation of Ensign, a cybersecurity company, specialised in cybersecurity forensics, advisory, systems integration and monitoring.
She serves as an advisory member of the KLAS board, the independent benchmarking service for software in the healthcare industry globally.
Yoke Sin is a Board Member of the Singapore Land Authority and is Chairman of the IT Board. She also sits on the Board of Governors of the Republic Polytechnic, SG Enable and the National Kidney Foundation.
Yoke Sin is the President of the Singapore Computer Society which has 35,000 members. She is a certified Healthcare Professional (CPHIMS), certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) and a certified Project Manager (Senior). She holds a PhD in Chemistry and attended the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School.