The webinar "Taiwan and Vietnam join hands for a healthy life" on July 13 brought together 11 prestigious healthcare institutions from Taiwan, such as Taipei Veterans General Hospital, National Cheng Kung University Hospital, and Landseed International Hospital, among others to tighten ties between the two countries.
Organised by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the webinar revolved around topical issues such as comprehensive healthcare services, smart healthcare solutions, advanced medical devices, healthy lifestyle products, and one-stop service original equipment manufacturing and original design manufacturing (OEM/ODM). Participants in the conference had an opportunity to meet leading experts in the medical field, as well as acquired in-depth, practical knowledge.
The seminar "Taiwan and Vietnam join hands for a healthy life" is part of the annual Taiwan Expo series of events organised by TAITRA. The seminar in particular and the Taiwan Expo series in general play a crucial role in promoting friendly relations between Taiwan and Vietnam.
|The webinar focuses on topical issues as comprehensive healthcare services, smart healthcare solutions, advanced medical devices, and more |
Through the seminar, TAITRA aims to not only bring Taiwan's advanced technologies and modern medical solutions to Vietnam, guiding a long-term direction for businesses, but also to provide options for high-quality medical services for Vietnamese people.
|The seminar in particular and the Taiwan Expo series in general play a crucial role in promoting the friendly relations between Taiwan and Vietnam. |
In 2019, Taiwan's healthcare industry was ranked the best in the world by CEOWORLD – a prestigious magazine in the United States. This is testament to Taiwan's efforts in investing in infrastructure, examination equipment, medical services, as well as professional staff.
Many Taiwanese hospitals and medical enterprises have achieved outstanding achievements such as Taipei Veterans General Hospital where 98 per cent of bone cancer patients have reported no complications after surgery; Cheng Kung International Hospital where 88-97 per cent of patients live more than one year after organ transplant surgery.
Since 2016, Taiwan has launched the New Southern Policy to strengthen bilateral economic development with Southeast Asian countries. Among countries in the Southeast Asian region, Vietnam is considered the top choice for Taiwanese businesses. In the medical field particularly, many Taiwanese businesses and hospitals have signed and teamed up with Vietnamese medical units.