Taiwan Healthcare+ Expo is the signature expo in Asia Pacific that provides solutions for medicine, health, and care. Starting from all aspects of healthcare needs, the expo strategically connects electronics, IT, biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, precision machinery, precision medicine, and health management industries together. To demonstrate the latest breakthroughs and advances as well as spark new business opportunities across the health industry, the inaugural Taiwan Healthcare+ Expo debuted in 2017. Using “From Birth to Death” as the main theme, the expo gathered over 300 medical centers and companies spanning over 1050 booths to outline the blueprint of the entire health industry.
In this rapidly evolving era of health industry transformation, interdisciplinary alliances beyond boundaries will create endless opportunities for innovation and growth! This year, Taiwan Healthcare+ Expo will explore the health industry trend and focus on 3 central themes:
• Efficient Healthcare
The application of clinical big data, AI, and innovative medical devices to achieve high quality, precise, and efficient healthcare
• Smart Healthcare
The combination of mobile and IoT technologies, user-friendly assistive devices, and new care models to achieve smart healthcare
• Innovative Healthcare
The utilization of personal health management technologies and tools as well as novel pharmaceutical technologies and products to achieve preventive medicine and effective therapy
Centered around “Medicine X Technology” as the key driver, 2018 Taiwan Healthcare+ Expo will gather multi-national tech giants and showcase the latest medical advancements and applications of state of the art technologies to healthcare. We welcome all professionals from medical institutes, medical IT companies, medical device companies, pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies, and all health-related companies to come discover new business opportunities and collaborations with global health industry players.
In this digital era, the global health industry is currently undergoing a revolutionary transformation process, and Taiwan has unique advantages in contributing a significant part to this transformation:
1. Advanced Medical Specialties-
Taiwan's world-class medical centers consistently offer exceptional niche medical services, with notable achievements in multiple specialties, including liver transplant, reconstructive surgery, reproductive health, minimally invasive surgery, and treatment of lung cancer. Taiwan's medical centers even serve as the training centers of choice across Asia for various specialties and procedures.
2. World's Tech Supply Chain-
Taiwan serves as the heart of the world’s tech supply chain, offering high-quality products from IC design, semiconductor, to electronics. Taiwan's leading IT and electronics manufacturers have been supplying products to multinational tech corporates for decades. Now they are the key drivers of healthcare innovation, accelerating AI, IoT and robotic applications for the entire healthcare and biomedical industry.
3. New Drug Development-
Taiwan's pharmaceutical R&D and manufacturing capabilities are of international standards. Currently there are multiple FDA approved new drugs for the treatment of AIDS, pancreas cancer, kidney disease, and infectious disease that were developed in Taiwan - making Taiwan a leader in Asia's new drug development.
Date: 11/29 (Thu) – 12/02 (Sun), 2018. 10:00 – 17:30
Location: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center (No. 1, Jingmao 2nd Road, Nangang District, Taipei City, 115) Map
Taiwan Healthcare Portal
Ministry of Health and Welfare
Taipei City Government
Council of Agriculture
Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), Taiwan IoT Technology and Industry Association (TwIoTA),Taiwan Pharmacist Association, Taiwan Long-Term Care Professional Association, Taiwan High Speed Rail, Taiwan Pharmaceutical Manufacturer's Association, Taiwan Hospital Association, Taiwan Medical and Biotech Industry Association, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Science and Technology Southern Taiwan Science Park Bureau, Joint Commission of Taiwan, National Health Research Institutes (NHRI), Taiwan Global Healthcare Association (TGHA), Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry Technology and Development Center, Overseas Community Affairs Council