Beijing Great-Idea Business Resources Company Ltd and Medical Tourism Association Partners to Launch 2015 Asia Pacific Global Healthcare Congress

Published Date : Jul 07, 2015

Beijing based Great-Idea Business Resources Company Ltd. have partnered with the Medical Tourism Association to organize the Asia Pacific Global Healthcare and World Medical Tourism Congress 2015. The conference will be organized in Guilin, China between 14th and 16th November this year.  

The most recent policies introduced to reform China’s healthcare sector coupled with shifting economic dynamics and demographics trends are creating lucrative opportunities for foreign companies that seek to either invest or partner with local firms in the healthcare sector of China ranging from senior care, pharma and biotech, and hospital development. This information was shared by the CEO of Great-Idea Business Resources Company, Michael Zeng. He also said that that the company at present is focusing to attract the largest healthcare sector buyers of China and other private and public organization who will offer investment for strengthening hospital affiliations and capacity building. 

The President of the Medical Tourism Association, Renée-Marie Stephano said that the event will also include a five day B2B and B2G trade mission between three cities. The drive will be spearheaded by top level Chinese executives. 

China is identified as one of the largest and the most prominent outbound medical tourism markets around the world. Factors such as rising income of Chinese citizens, escalating demand for medical treatments in conjunction with launch of several health insurance schemes in China that comprises significant travel benefits is boosting the medical tourism market in China. The event to be organized will provide a platform where east will meet west and the best talents of both the worlds will partner with Chinese and Asian companies to create new businesses in the healthcare tourism sector. 

The focus of the conference will remain on Asia Pacific. The conference will include many sessions dedicated to ramp up the health wellness standard of the region.