Participating in the first Asian Healthcare Summit Forum
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Update time : 2021-11-25 16:00:38
Our company participated in the first Asian Healthcare Summit Forum co-organized by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council on November 24. With the theme of “Strengthening and Facing Change, Shaping a Sustainable Future”, the forum invited more than 70 officials, experts and business leaders from all over the world in the field of healthcare to discuss the latest scientific research development and investment opportunities in the healthcare industry. The forum was held simultaneously at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center and online.
The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China Mrs. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, the Chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council Dr. Peter K N Lam, and the Chief Scientist of the World Health Organization Dr. Soumya Swaminathan delivered speeches at the inauguration. The forum also has a global medical and health investment project docking and exhibition area, which showcases the latest technology of about 100 start-ups, medical and health companies, etc., and provides a platform for exchanges and discussions and cooperation for participants from all over the world. Our company’s exhibition location is TB10 , The integrated platform of smart diagnosis and treatment has attracted much attention.
Founded by surgeons, scientists and engineers from Queen Mary Hospital, The University of Hong Kong, The University of Cambridge and Silicon Valley, CoNova Medical Technology's key team members develop their own intelligent orthopedic services and consumer healthcare platforms to facilitate early screening, predict disease progression and propose targeted solutions, helping patients achieve intelligent disease management. CoNova is committed to reducing healthcare expenditures, minimizing steps in medical treatment, improving efficiency and precision, and ultimately achieving a high level of medical care for millions of families.