Understanding Stakeholder Relations for Chinese Physicians’ Education
In response to our recent subscriber survey, MCI China will be conducting a special briefing for interested US healthcare associations during ASAE’s Annual Meeting in Nashville and later that week in Chicago at the headquarters of the American Health Information Management Association.
- Monday, August 11th at the Omni Hotel from 4.30-6.00 pm in the Mockingbird 1 Room, Level 3 of the Omni Nashville Hotel (This event does not conflict with the official ASAE AGM program)
- Thursday, August 14th at the offices of the American Health Information Management Association from 12noon-130pm
The program is open and complimentary to association executives and refreshments will be provided.
You will gain an appreciation of the complex healthcare environment in China, stakeholders involved, and the roles of these stakeholders in ensuring better patient care. While healthcare demands are expected to continue its growth, China is grappling with issues like increasing healthcare expenditure, strained doctor-patient relationship, and compliance and more. Regardless of the issues, the best quality patient care remains top priority and this is where continuing education for physicians is of paramount importance.
Frequent industry speaker and contributor Ms. Florence Chua, MCI China, Director of Association Management and Consulting will share her insights to the above and highlight opportunities that are available for international healthcare associations to get involved, and be a part of the evolving healthcare community in China.