BUSINESS CIFTIS to include special healthcare exhibition

BUSINESS

CIFTIS to include special healthcare exhibition

chinadaily.com.cn

16:50, August 25, 2021

Workers at the construction site of the 2021 China International Fair for Trade in Services, which will kick off on Sept 2 in Beijing. (Photo: China News Service)

A special exhibition on healthcare services has been included in this year's China International Fair For Trade in Services for the first time, and the planned exhibition space has been fully booked, Beijing News reported.

Carrying the title "Digital health, innovation integration", this special exhibition will showcase innovations in domestic medical technology, pharmaceutical products and medical services, as well as the high-quality development of healthcare services.

The exhibition, located in the E5 Exhibition Hall of Shougang Industrial Park, has six sectors: epidemic prevention and control, medical services, technological innovation, traditional medicine, elderly care and international healthcare, covering new medicine, high-end medical equipment, and commercial health insurance.

At present, some well-known medical organizations, pharmaceutical enterprises, medical equipment companies, insurance and elderly care institutions have signed up for the exhibition. The share of Fortune 500 companies and industry leaders scheduled to participate in the exhibition has surpassed 30 percent, with a globalization ratio of 22 percent.

More than 100 companies will attend the special exhibition offline, including industry leaders Bayer, Genertec, BD, BeiGene and Fosun, as well as medical institutions such as Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Beijing Tiantan Hospital and Beijing Friendship Hospital.

A total of 14 forums will be held during the fair, including public health summits, international health services and pharmaceutical innovation and cooperation. Through both offline and online platforms, the forums will make use of cloud technology for dialogue, negotiation and exhibition.

Organized by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and the People's Government of Beijing, this year's CIFTIS will be held both offline and online from Sept 2 to 7.

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