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More Choices for Vietnamese to Seek High Quality Health Care Services

Diep Nguyen
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According to the board of Medical and Social Welfare of Taiwan, in 2018, more than 37.000 Vietnamese citizens came to Taiwan for medical service.

More Choices for Vietnamese to Seek High Quality Health Care Services
Recently, The Taiwan External Trade Development Council held the virtual conference “Taiwan and Vietnam Join Hands in Bringing Better Greater Health to Life”. With the attendance of top Medical professionals from both Taiwan such as Professor Chih-Ching Lin - Director of International Medical Service,Center of Taiwan Veterans General Hospital, Dr. Hsao-Hsun Hsu from National Taiwan University Hospital,...the conference provided information about the latest accomplishments on health-care and cancer treatment, lungs implant and other applied medical technologies used in Taiwan hospitals.
In the opening speech, Mr. Walter Yeh - President and CEO Taipei World Trade Center mentioned: “Taiwan and Vietnam share a close and steadily growing bilateral trade relationship. Moreover, we have a lot of cooperation in the field of medicine and health, including medical andhealth personnel training, epidemic prevention, etc. We believe that this webinar will benefit our cooperation and exchanges in medical fields such as pharmaceutical, digital healthcare; moreover, combine the experience and expertise of both parties to fight against the COVID-19 together”.
This event is pleasure to have Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung - Head of Viet Nam Economic and cultural office in Taiwan.
Taiwan has been crowned the leader in the Medical field with their health-care system by CEOWORLD Magazine in 2019. According to the board of Medical and Social Welfare of Taiwan, in 2018, more than 37.000 Vietnamese citizens came to Taiwan for medical service.
This number is proof of Taiwan’s advanced service as well as of medical partnership between Vietnam and Taiwan. Taiwan’s Medical industry has long been known for its highly advanced technical equipment such as the CT scan, MRI scan, PET scan and the Cyberknife. 
In 2019, the Taiwan Veterans General Hospital set records for delivering 2 successful livers transplant cases for the youngest patients in Taiwan and Vietnam. During the last 5 years, its Division of Cardiology had treated 150 cases of myocardial infarction by PCI treatment with a success rate of 98%.
 Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung - Head of Viet Nam Economic and cultural office in Taiwan
Since 2016, Taiwan has started a “South-bound development plan”, aiming to facilitate the economy in partnership with South East Asia countries, including Vietnam. 
After 3 years in operation, the plan has brought outstanding results: Vietnam is now a nation with recognized economic growth that owns a wide market with diverse consumption demand, making it the top choice for Taiwan businesses looking for investments in the region. Vietnamese seeking medical help in Taiwan is becoming increasingly common.
In the spirit of collaboration and partnership, TAITRA organizes the 2020 conference with the theme of Taiwan and Vietnam Join Hands in Bringing Better Greater Health to Life as part of the virtual conferences series Taiwan Expo. 
The conference is an occasion for businesses and individuals to acquire knowledge from top professionals of Taiwan. The conference focused on three main topics: Taiwan’s advanced medical service, new biotech approach in treatment and the latest techniques in cosmetic surgery. From there, participants could gain helpful health-care knowledge, as well as develop business plans in face of the COVID-19 situation.
Through this event, not only does TAITRA prove its advocacy for non-profit industrial development but also for the greater good of the community. 
The Taiwan and Vietnam Join Hands in Bringing Better Greater Health to Life conference warmly welcomes any interested individuals and businesses currently in affiliation with Taiwan medical services, biotech, healthcare, cosmetic surgery, etc. to participate and collaborate. The event is also honored to have Nguyen Anh Dung - Head of Vietnamese Economics and Culture Office located in Taipei.

DIEP NGUYEN