Medical Korea 2015

Title Medical Korea & K-Hospital Fair 2015
The 6th Global Healthcare & Medical Tourism Conference
Theme For the Second Leap of Global Healthcare Industry
Date April 8-10, 2015
Venue COEX, Seoul
Host Ministry of Health and Welfare
ORGANIZER Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI)
SPECIAL SPONSOR Korea International Medical Association(KIMA), Daegu Metropolitan City
SPONSOR Seaul Metropolitan Government, SK Telecom
No. of Participants 1013 participants from 16 countries
LANGUAGE Korean, English
PROGRAM Conference, Exhibition, Business meeting, Hospital Fam Tour, Job Fair and etc
 
 

Attendee Profile

- Total 1013 persons from 16 countries



Aprll 8(Wed)


Time Subjects & Speakers
Session 1. Global Medical Tourism Trend 14:00~16:50 / Room.401
To discuss global medical tourism trend by sharing experience and strategy to reach the next level; quality management, patient experience, convergence with IT etc.
14:00~14:10 Opening
14:10~14:40 An overview of the United Kingdom's formula for the delivery, quality and safety of medical and healthcare services

Stephen T Green / Managing Director, QHA Trent Accreditation Scheme for Hospitals and Clinics, UK

14:40~15:10 Mayo Clinic Care Network Overview

Daniel S Goldman / Legal Counsel, Mayo Clinic, USA

15:10~15:30 Session Break
15:30~16:00 Finding another Great Leap in Medical Tourism from "Patient Experience"

Jin Yeong Kim / Professor, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

16:00~16:30 Health IT & Mobile Health in Medical Tourism

Horst Kunhardt / Vice President, BAVARIA - International Health Association e.V., Germany

16:30~16:50 Foreign Exchange Market Trend and Risk Management for Int'l Medical Service with FX Transaction

Dong Keun Lee / Head of FX Derivatives Sales/FX & Derivatives, Korea Exchange Bank(KEB), Korea


Aprll 9(Thu)


Time Subjects & Speakers
Session 2. Global Healthcare Meets Health IT 09:30~12:00 / Room.401
Part 1. Challenges and Opportunities in Health IT as New Growth Engine
Convergence of Health Technology and Information Communication Technology can be a great motive as a main topic of creative economy era, not only for the outside the country but also in Korea. First of all, in this session, it will introduce MESIA and Health IT as the new growth engine of the future industry and then, the Wearable Devices as Facilitators of Health Behavior Change. Finally, we will seek the outlook for Health IT industry for check the Insight in Health IT industry as through patent analysis.
Chair Soon Mahn Park / Director, Department of Medical Device Industry, Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI), Korea
9:30~10:00 MESIA and Health IT as the New Growth Engine of the Future Industry

Chun T. Rim / Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea

10:00~10:30 Wearable Devices as Facilitators, Not Drivers, of Health Behavior Change

Belong Jeo / Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

10:30~11:00 Insight in Health IT Industry as through Patent Analysis

Eric Minsoo Kang / CEO, KwangGaeTo Patent & Law Firm, Korea

Part 2. Internet of Things practical view of the health care industry
The dramatic population increase of the elderly and the continual challenges of disease around the world, simply highlights the importance of developing the Healthcare industry through technological convergence. In this this session, we will discuss the latest trends in the Health IT industry around the world, and we will take time focusing on the competitiveness of the industry. In addition, we will look at the commercialization possibilities between IoT and Business in the Healthcare Industry.
11:00~11:30 Health and IoT from Business perspective

Seung Jae Song / CEO, LifeSemantics Corp., Korea

11:30~12:00 IoT-based medical services, healthcare demonstration and commercialization prospects and business model - Smart Healthcare & Sensor Industry Outlook

Sang Dae Lee / CEO & President, IM Healthcare Co., Ltd, Korea

Session 3. Strategy for Chinese Healthcare System Market 13:30~17:15 / Room. 401
There is no doubt that Chinese healthcare system is the most fascinating market, attracting a nationwide attention in recent days. Healthcare spending in China is projected to increase from $357 billion in 2011 to $1 trillion in 2020. Along with this rapid growth, global healthcare system companies are showing strong interest in the strategy for entering into the Chinese market. In this regards, this session deals with the three major topics - law & regulations, fund and marketing - of the healthcare system in China.
Chair Sung Eun Hwang, Senior Researcher & Team Manager, Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI), Korea
13:30~13:35 Opening

Kee Taig Jung / President, Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI), Korea

13:35~14:20 Practice Share for Entering into the Chinese Healthcare System Market

Yoo Seung Lee / CEO, China Dental Partners.,co.ltd, China

14:20~14:50 An Analysis of Law and Regulations for Korean Healthcare System to Enter into the Chinese market

Bo Hyoung Kim / Partner, King & Wood Mallesons, China

14:50~15:20 Characteristics and Marketing Strategy for the Chinese Healthcare System Market

Chang Hwan Choi / Vice President, Beijing Parrallel World, China

15:20~15:35 Session Break
15:35~16:05 Entering into the Chinese Healthcare Market with a Financial Investor

Sung Wook Ro / Director, Newlake Alliance Management, Korea

16:05~16:25 Korean Consulting and Consigned Management Project in Beijing

Dong Hun Yun / General Manager, Inha University Hospital, Korea

16:25~16:45 Korean Dental Clininc Project with Consortium in Hangzhou

Jae Lyeong Lee / CEO, Dain Medical Global Network, Korea

16:45~17:15 Q&A
Session 4. How We Care for You : Speak up for Patient Safety 14:00~17:00 / Room. 402
Korea is one of the top countries for medical tourism in asia, mainly due to well developed medical technologies, the low cost of treatment, highly-skilled doctors. Growth in medical tourism has also been fuelled by the effort to maximize patient safety. Now it's time for us to look back to see how far we have come and what we need to do to further promote patient safety.
14:05~14:35 How to promote the patient safety in the Medical Tourism Industry (International Patient Safety Goals)

Joyce Chang / Director, JCI Asia-Pacific Office, Singapore

14:35~15:05 Preventing Medical Dispute and Appropriate Resolution in Hospital

Kyu Sang Yoo / Team Manager, Gachon University Gil Medical Center, Korea

15:05~15:35 What's the best solution for medical disputes?(The alternative dispute resolution)

Ju Kyoung Yeo / Chief Investigator, Korean Medical Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Agency(K-medi), Korea

15:35-15:50 Session Break
15:50~17:00 How to be proactive about safer aesthetic plastic surgery

Il Hak Lee / Assistant Professor, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea
Won June Yoon / Legislation Director, The Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons, Korea
Dong Wook Kim / Commercial Insurance Department, Hyundai Marine & Fire Ins.


Aprll 10(Fri)


Time Subjects & Speakers
Session 5. Smart Care "Transplantation in Korea" 09:00~12:40 / Room. 401
Chair Suk Koo Lee, Chair of the Board, The Korean Society for Transplantation, Korea
09:00~09:05 Introduction of VIPs
09:05~09:20 Korea Medical Training Program Overview for Foreign Doctors

Kyung Won Jang / Executive Director, Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI), Korea

09:20~09:30 Completion Ceremony of Pre-training

Korea Health Industry Development Institute(KHIDI), Korea

09:30~09:35 Introduction of Session
09:35~09:40 Opening

Suk Koo Lee / Chair of the Board, The Korean Society for Transplantation, Korea

09:40~10:00 Korea, The Mecca of Living-donor Liver Transplantation

Kwang Woong Lee / Professor, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

10:00~10:20 Kidney Transplantation of Korea

Chang Kwon Oh / Professor, Ajou University Medical Center, Korea

10:20~10:40 Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) of Korea

Jong Wook Lee / Professor, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

10:40~11:00 Standardized Video-assisted retroperitoneoscopic Live Donor Nephrectomy: Quo Vadis, or new directrion

Woong Kyu Han / Associate Professor, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

11:00~11:20 The Preoperative Liver Surgery Planning System Dr. Liver™: Key Features and Functions

Hee Cheon You / Professor, Pohang University of Science & Technology, Korea

11:20~11:40 Historical Statistcs and Training Program of Organ Transplantation in Korea

Curie Ahn / Professor, Seoul National University Hospital, Korea

11:40~12:15 Message of doctors received training in Korea

- Video Message
- Abylay Donbay / Doctor, Kazakhstan
- Nasser Alzerwi Alzerwi / Doctor, Saudi Arabia

12:15~12:40 Q&A
12:40 Closing
Session 6. Globalization of Traditional Korean Medicine 13:30~17:00 / Room. 401
Enhancement of the international competitiveness of Traditional Korean Medicine for dominating the rapidly growing Traditional Medicine market in advance and seek for solutions to overcome the domestic market crisis.
Part 1. Analysis of competitiveness of Korean medicine for Global Health Care and worldwide trend
Improvement for awareness of Korean medicine in developed country as Europe and Japan and Globalization through harmonizing with other studies.
13:30~14:00 Acupuncture/TCM for European citizens

Carla Fuhlrott-Capello / Vice President, European Traditional Chinese Medicine Association(ETCMA), Switzerland

14:00~14:30 Traditional oriental medicine for Japanese

Shinji Maeda / Representative Director, Hanbang Style Association, Japan

14:30~15:00 Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the United States

Min Sub Hwang, President, Dongguk University Los Angeles, USA

15:00~15:20 Session Break
Part 2. Awareness of Korean medicine in overseas and strategies for overseas expansion to attract patients
Improvement for awareness of Korean medicine in developed country as Europe and Japan and Globalization through harmonizing with other studies.
15:20~15:45 Globalization of Korean Medicine status and leap forward

Mi Young Song / Director, Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine, Korea

15:45~16:10 Current Status and Future Perspective in the Globalization of Traditional Korean Medicine in US.
- Case study in Bliss Acupuncture Clinic

Sung Mun Jung / President, Bliss Acupuncture Wellness Clinic, USA

16:10~16:35 Traditional Korean Medicine Doctor's Strategic Plan and ways to success in migration and settlement in Australia and New Zealand

Sung Soo Hong / Doctor, Constitution Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Clinic, Australia

16:35~17:00 Integrating Traditional Korean Medicine into Modern Medicine : Strategy of Globalization

Chang Nam Ko / Professor, Kyung Hee University, Korea



 
 

Speakers

Belong Jeo

Professor,

Seoul National University Hospital

Bohyoung Kim

Partner,

King & Wood Mallesons

Carla Fuhlrott-Capello

Vice President,

European Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (ETCMA)

Changhwan Choi

Vice President,

Beijing Parrallel World

Changkwon Oh

Professor,

Ajou University Medical Center

Changnam Ko

President & Professor,

Kyung Hee University Korean Medicine Hospital at Gangdong

Chun T. Rim

Professor,

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST)

Curie Ahn

Professor,

Seoul National University Hospital

Daniel S Goldman

Legal Counsel,

Mayo Clinic

Donghun Yun

General Manager,

Inha University Hospital

Dongkeun Lee

Head of FX Derivatives Sales/FX & Derivatives,

Korea Exchange Bank(KEB)

Dongwook Kim

Manager,

Hyundai Marine & Fire Ins.

Eric Minsoo Kang

CEO,

KwangGaeTo Patent & Law Firm

Heecheon You

Professor,

Pohang University of Science & Technology (POSTECH)

Horst Kunhardt

Vice President,

BAVARIA - International Health Association e.V.

Ilhak Lee

Assistant Professor,

Yonsei University College of Medicine

Jaelyeong Lee

CEO,

Dain Medical Global Network

Jinyeong Kim

Professor,

Yonsei University College of Medicine

Jongwook Lee

Professor,

Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea

Joyce Chang

Director,

Joint Commission International

Jukyoung Yeo

Chief investigator,

Korean Medical Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Agency (K-medi)

Kwangwoong Lee

Professor,

Seoul National University Hospital

Kyusang Yoo

Team Manager,

Gachon University Gil Medical Center

Minsub Hwang

President,

Dongguk University Los Angeles

Miyoung Song

Director,

Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine

Sangdae Lee

CEO & President,

IM Healthcare Co., Ltd

Seungjae Song

CEO,

LifeSemantics Corp.

Shinji Maeda

Representative Director,

Hanbang Style Association

Stephen T Green

Managing Director,

QHA Trent Accredition Scheme for Hospitals and Clinics

Sungmun Jung

President,

Bliss Acupuncture Wellness Clinic

Sungsoo Hong

President,
Constitution Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Clinic

Sungwook Ro

Director,

Newlake Alliance Management

Wonjune Yoon

Legislation Director,

The Korean Association of Plastic Surgeons

Woongkyu Han

Associate professor,

Yonsei University College of Medicine

Yooseung Lee

CEO,

China Dental Partners.,co.ltd