Healthcare World Asia 2014,Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore
Strategy, partnership & development opportunities for hospital operators, investors & developers - Healthcare World Asia 2014

Prof Ming-Chu Wang | Superintendent of Chu Tung Branch
National Taiwan University Hospital | Taiwan

Prof Ming-Chu Wang, Superintendent of Chu Tung Branch, National Taiwan University Hospital

Professor Ming Chu Wang is the Superintendent of National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH), Chu-Tung branch since Aug 2013.

He started his career as secretary of Medical Affairs at NTUH in 2005 and was promoted as vice superintendent and also the director of the Development and Planning Office of NTUH since 2008 till Aug 2013.

He was the director of Cardiovascular Center (CVC) NTUH, which was developed and planned for 3 years and established in 2012. This CVC was the first integrated medical services model that included cardiology and vascular medicine and cardiovascular surgery. The case of CVC won the Silver Prize of the National Biotechnology and Medical Quality Award. Professor Wang’s was nominated the top ten Super MVP manager in 2011. He won the prize of Top 5 best CIO of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, by CEO CIO in 2012 and won the prize of National Industrial Innovation Award in 2013.

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Appearances coming up:

Conference Day 1

@ 11.20
Case Study: Facing the challenge to healthcare in aging society with information & communication technology - NTUH experience

  • Facing the challenge of rapidly increasing aging population and the lowest birth rate since 10 years before, the medical industry in Taiwan must embrace the information and communication technology and the lean concept originated from the Toyota production system to meet the increasing demand with less supply and kept same cost.
  • Lean concept should be used in healthcare system to put more emphasis in disease prevention, health promotion and chronic disease management
  • ICT can help the healthcare system in the automation of many medical processes to save more people and money. With the help of ICT and after the automation of medical processes, more medical data can be recorded in the cloud and can be used and analyzed. The experience of using Lean concept in NTUH will be presented.

@ 16.30
CEO Forum: Evolving healthcare trends in developed countries

  • Trends shaping Healthcare Sector
  • Embracing challenges
  • Tapping on potential opportunities

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