Taiwan healthcare industry professionals will be participating in the 43rd World Hospital Congress at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre from November 6-9.
The organisers, Taiwan External Development Trade Council (TAITRA), said that the theme for the World Hospital Congress is ‘Taiwan’s Smart Medical Care – Smart Island Connecting to the Middle East’.
The theme fully reflects intention of sharing the two most advanced industries of Taiwan, namely technology and medical care industry, and the high-quality medical services with the Middle East.
TAITRA has 63 overseas branches worldwide providing medical referral services, introducing international patients to Taiwan.
Some of the participants to the exhibition include, Taipei Veterans General Hospital which created Taiwan’s first fully digitalised pathology department.
In addition to clinical use, the digital images will be stored in image repositories and used to teach pathology students, or used for medical research, including cancer research.
Director Lee of TVGH, also a master of medical management in Taiwan, will share the result of smart medical care cooperation with the Taiwan AI laboratory, establishing a clinical AI automatic interpretation of the metastatic brain tumour system, and also launched the AI clinic this year to shorten the manual interpretation time.
Largest Taiwanese Hospital ChangBung Show Chwan Memorial Hospital will also be participating. Built in 2006 by President Huang, the institution integrates the ideas of a hospital with a hotel based on the spirit of the Mayo Clinic.
It is renowned for the first exablate neuro with MRI-guided focused ultrasounds to provide non-invasive thalamotomy.
Interesting subjects will be discussed by the China Medical University Hospital who in combination with big data science, will actively develop a remote kidney disease care system to effectively improve the quality of care for kidney disease patients.
E-Da Health Group located in the south of Taiwan consists of several hospitals and service firms will be presenting their skills referring reconstructive microsurgery, cancer treatments, aesthetic medicine and minimal invasive surgery for spinal trauma as well as obesity and type 2 diabetes.