Boston, MA — August 5, 2019 — U.S.-China Health Summit Inc., a high-level dialogue and collaboration platform dedicated to ensuring health without borders, will convene its 9th Annual Summit (U.S.) on September 26-27, 2019 at Harvard Medical School Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Boston, MA. Under the theme of Building A Sustainable Health Care System, the Summit will bring together more than 400 global leaders at the forefront of global health, biomedical research, healthcare policy, and service delivery to connect, communicate, collaborate, and envision a sustainable foundation for affordable, accessible, and high-quality health care.
The day-one “Health Innovation and Investment Forum” will start with remarks by Stephen Kennedy Smith, Board Member and Principal of Joseph P. Kennedy Enterprises. Lincoln Chen, China Medical Board (CMB) President, will address the day-two opening on the over 100-year experience of the CMB, which started in 1914, endowed by John D. Rockefeller as an independent American foundation to advance health in China and Asia. His talk will be followed by Wenkang Zhang, the former Chinese Minister of Health, who is leading a high-level think tank (major members will be speakers of this summit) on designing the future health care system for China in decades to come.
The Vice President of Chinese Academy of Engineering and the President of Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) & Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) Chen Wang, President of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Peter L. Slavin, the Vice President of Wuhan University and the Dean of Wuhan Medical School Qizhu Tang are also scheduled to deliver keynote speeches.
“Common challenges like lack of connectivity, transparency and efficiency, unaligned economic incentives, and affordability concerns get in the way of health care sustainability progress in both U.S. and China,” said Jing Ma, MD, Ph.D., President and Secretary-General of U.S.-China Health Summit. “We strongly believe health and health care are basic human rights without boundary. Engaging such multi-stakeholder and open dialog in health and humanity between the two countries will not only remove misunderstandings and facilitate solutions to shared problems but provide mutual benefits to their people.”
Session topics include:
September 26 | Health Care Innovation & Investment Forum
New Frontiers in Precision Medicine
Company Showcase 1 – Cell and Gene Therapy
IP Protection and Regulation in the U.S. and China
Building A New Model of Person-centered Primary Care
Who Pays for Innovation?
Digital Therapeutics & E-health Provide Quality Care at Lower Costs
Company Showcase 2 – Digital Health Technology is Transforming Healthcare Delivery
September 27 | 2019 U.S.-China Health Summit (Boston)
Building A Sustainable & Integrated Health Care System
U.S.-China Relationship: Where Shall We Go?
Learning Health System
Value-Based Insurance and Health Care Services
Where is the future of Health Care in China?
The “Health Innovation and Investment Forum” on September 26 is invitation-only. To apply, please visit: https://www.uschinahealthsummit.org/copy-of-test-page The Summit on September 27 is open for public registration. Early bird rate is valid through August 31, 2019. For the full agenda and to register, go to: https://www.uschinahealthsummit.org
ABOUT U.S.-CHINA HEALTH SUMMIT
The U.S.-China Health Summit has been dedicated to advancing global health by promoting exchange of knowledge, ideas and experiences among healthcare leaders from China, the U.S. and other countries. Each year, the Summit gathers together hundreds and thousands of healthcare leaders from academia, industry, governmental and non-governmental organizations to discuss important challenges and opportunities facing health sector reforms and development.