This upcoming fall, we are welcoming the conference’s eighth success in a row. This year, 2018 is unique for several reasons.
It marks the 40-year anniversary of China’s inception of “opening and economic reform policies” and the 10th year of China’s “New Round of Healthcare Reforms.”
The Alma-Ata Declaration in 1978 emerged as a major milestone of the twentieth century in recognizing primary health care as every citizen’s human right.
Global trends in healthcare reform emphasized “universal healthcare coverage” and the “value-based and people-centered integrated healthcare model” under the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030. Following this, we are thrilled to introduce our theme for this year: Healthy China, Healthy World.
The 8th U.S.-China Health Summit will gather together more than 800 leaders from the governments, academia, healthcare delivery sectors and industry for exchange of information and ideas, and for exploring collaborating opportunities, especially in Sichuan Province, which, with a population of 92 million, is keen on promoting healthy people and health industry as priority.
YU Hui, Director, Tianfu New Area Management Committee
SHI Yuankai, Vice President, Cancer Hospital Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences
LI Tao, Director, Mental Health Center, West China Hospital, Sichuan University
ZHOU Bo, Director, Sichuan Academy of Medical Science×Sichuan People’s Hospital
LIU Jiaxin, Chairman, Blood Transfusion Institute, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical Colle
QI Zuoliang, President, PUMC Plastic Surgery Hospital
ZHU Jun, Director, National Maternal and Child Health Surveillance Office of Sichuan University / Chinese Birth Defects Monitoring Center
TIAN Yuan, Ph.D., Founding Partner, Yuanming Capital
WEI Yuquan, Ph.D., Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Vice President, Sichuan University