Coming from the most high-tech devices, Taiwan is now into innovative treatment programs.
Truth be told that Taiwan is now leading in the field of medical technology as well. They excel in both development and application.
Taiwan is the fourth country to implement the hospital evaluation system after the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
Taiwan champions in world-class medical services, such as sound senior care, advanced biotechnology, and smart medical systems and equipment.
Thru TAITRA or the Taiwan Trade Center Manila, Taiwan has organized the 2019 Taiwan Medical Technology Seminar, to be held on September 10, 2019, at the Centennial Hall of The Manila Hotel.
This year’s theme is “Bringing You a Total Solution in Healthcare,” the seminar will highlight the increasing need for high quality human-centric medical care in developing societies like the Philippines.
The 2019 Taiwan Medical Technology Seminar is bringing some of the top biotech innovators from the best and most advanced hospitals in Taiwan to share their latest innovations to healthcare practitioners and professionals from around the Philippines.
You can check out these institutions during the event: Taipei Mackay Memorial Hospital, Kaohsiung Municipal Siaogang Hospital, ACT Genomics Co. Ltd., Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, E-Da Hospital, Taipei Municipal Wanfang Hospital, Taoyuan General Hospital, and the Taipei Computer Association.
You can get comprehensive insights about the latest state-of-the-art treatments currently available in Taiwan for complex diseases. Also, you can learn about how a tech-driven patient information system.
They are inviting all people in the medical fields such as doctors, medical practitioners, and other healthcare professionals to attend this highly informative one-day event, not only to learn but to also connect with Taiwanese counterparts for future partnerships.
Ultimately, Taiwan also aims to establish a solid partnership with Filipino doctors and hospitals in providing access to advanced medical treatments for Filipino patients.