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APEC Workshop on Public-Private Collaboration in Supporting of Containing Measures During and Beyond Pandemic Unites Global Experts in Grand Launch

  • Data Source:National Health Insurance Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare
  • Created:2023-09-11
  • Last Updated:2024-05-23

The National Health Insurance Administration (NHIA) is actively promoting Taiwan's digital health policies and achievements on a global scale. Tomorrow, on the 12th, the NHIA will host the APEC Workshop on Public-Private Collaboration in Support of Pandemic Containment Measures and Beyond in Taiwan. This event will bring together experts from 10 countries and representatives from APEC member economies, both in-person and online.

The workshop will tackle essential topics such as digital health technology development, efficient data management, and successful public-private healthcare collaborations. Additionally, renowned institutions like Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital in Linkou, China Medical University Hospital, and La Vida Tech. will showcase digital health-themed exhibitions.

With the growing adoption of cloud technology, mobile networks, and various mobile devices, coupled with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of information technology in healthcare has significantly increased. Taiwan's healthcare and technology sectors have embraced this global trend in digital healthcare development. This workshop will explore post-pandemic digital health policies, innovative government service models, health data management principles, and practical healthcare case studies.

APEC, an important international organization with Taiwan's formal participation, plays a crucial role. The Director-General of the NHIA has actively engaged with the APEC Health Working Group for years, working to host meaningful events in Taiwan. This time, the NHIA introduced "Digital Healthcare Public-Private Collaboration" as a central theme, receiving substantial support from APEC member economies.

Through this workshop, the NHIA aims to strengthen collaboration between the public and private sectors, enhancing the adaptive capabilities of healthcare systems within APEC member economies to address health challenges effectively. Simultaneously, the NHIA seeks to enhance cooperation and policy exchange between Taiwan and diverse APEC member nations. For detailed information about the workshop, please visit the conference website(