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Wednesday, September 06, 2017

第7屆中美健康峰會 9/15 哈佛登場

Join us for the day-long discussion with U.S. and Chinese healthcare leaders!

The 7th U.S.-China Health Summit is coming on September 15, at Harvard Medical School! Join us to hear senior managers like the Chief Health Officer of IBM Watson Health, renowned scholars from Harvard and Peking Union Medical College, as well as hospital executives and policy makers discuss important healthcare challenges and opportunities.
 
This is a great opportunity for those interested in the global healthcare industry. If you want to catch up with latest healthcare trends in U.S. and China, learn more about a career in healthcare, and expand your network with dedicated leaders in healthcare, or if you are just looking for opportunities to broaden your horizons regarding global issues, we sincerely invite you to the 7th U.S.-China Health Summit!

Themed “Megatrends in Health and Healthcare,” the 7th U.S.-China Health Summit will discuss:

1) the changing world and emerging health challenges;
2) megatrends in health and medical sciences and technology; 
3) megatrends in healthcare service innovation.


Confirmed speakers and their speech topics include: 
Ezra Vogel
Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus, Harvard University
“From Deng Xiaoping to Xi Jinping: the New Era of China”
Donald Ingber
Founding Director, Harvard Wyss Institute
“Breakthrough Discoveries Cannot Change the World If They Do Not Leave the Lab”
David Blumenthal
President, Commonwealth Fund
“ObamaCare, TrumpCare, and the Future of US Healthcare” 
Yuanli Liu
Dean, Peking Union Medical College School of Public Health
“Public Health Achievements and NCD Challenges in China”
Shaoping Deng
President, 
Center of Translational Medicine, the Chinese Academy of Sciences
“China’s Comparative Advantage and Weakness in Medical Research and Translation” 
Steve Chen
Founder and CEO, 
Third-Brain Research Institute

“Supercomputers Grid for Healthcare Cloud and Brain/Cancer Research, Genetics Engineering, Precision Medicine and Cancer Immunology Therapy”
Jingwei Liu
Director of Healthcare Innovation, China Electronic Sciences Inc.
“Developing a People-Centered Active Care Model in China”
Robert Huckman
Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Making Healthcare a Consumer Product"
Jing Ma
Associate Professor,
Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Why Chinese Doctors are Unhappy? A Report From China
Arthur Kleinman
Professor of Medical Anthropology in Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
"Mental Health in China in the Context of Global Health"
Randall Moore
President, Mercy Virtual Health
“Virtual Health"
Kyu Rhee
Vice President and Chief Health Officer, IBM Watson Health
"Future of Health is Cognitive"
Peter Juhn
Vice President and Global Head of Value-Based Partnerships, Amgen
“Value-Based Contracting"
Brent James
CTO, Intermountain Healthcare
"Strategies to Lower Costs, Improve Quality, and Engage Patients"
Bill Sibold
CEO, Sanofi Genzyme
(Speech Topic TBD)
Jack Spengler
Akira Yamaguchi Professor, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
"Cities, Climate Change & Health: A Future Not Informed by the Past"
(Speakers and topics may be subject to slight change as needed.)

More speakers are detailed on our website.

Tickets

Tickets for different groups (industry, general public and students) are now available on our Eventbrite on a first come, first served basis.
Industry tickets include VIP dinner – a unique chance to talk with Summit speakers & guests and learn more about future opportunities in Chinese healthcare market! 


If you have any questions, feel free to email us at info@uschinahealthsummit.org
and we will reach out to you shortly. We look forward to witnessing with you how U.S. and Chinese healthcare leaders are moving forward together!
 
Register for the 7th U.S.-China Health Summit right now!
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About U.S.-China Health Summit

U.S.-China Health Summit (the Summit) has been dedicated to advancing global health by promoting exchange of knowledge, ideas and experiences among the current and future health sector leaders from China, the U.S. and other countries.
 
The annual Summit has become an important part of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, as well as the People-To-People Exchange Program. Last year, over 200 scholars, 300 company representatives, 400 government officials and 1,100 hospital executives from both the U.S. and China attended the 6th Summit, discussing a variety of academic, policy and investment topics in 10 forums.