Stephano said that since 2009, China has invested about three trillion yuan on healthcare and the government is encouraging consumers – employers fund 40 percent of Chinese medical benefits — to spend even more.
Michael Zeng, CEO of Beijing Great-Idea Business Resources Company, said that while Beijing is rolling out a range of initiatives that loosen its grip on state-controlled hospitals and relaxes drug prices, private investors have injected $7 billion into a medical tourism pilot zone, which is seeking to attract further collaboration and become a leading health and wellness destination within the next decade.
To this end, Stephano said the Congress will feature a multi-city B2B and B2G trade mission for hosted VIPs to meet with top officials from the Chinese government and delegates representing the domestic healthcare and hospitality industries. To register for the Congress, go to: http://chinamedicaltourismconference.com/
About the Medical Tourism Association®
As the first membership-based international nonprofit trade organization and think-tank for the medical tourism and healthcare industries, the Medical Tourism Association® develops and implements creative and sustainable strategies for attracting direct foreign investments. The MTA provides advisory services to investors researching the industry and matches these financiers with medical tourism-related projects. www.MedicalTourismAssociation.com
Beijing Great-Idea Business Resources Co., Ltd., the pioneer business resource service provider in China, promotes the modern service industry, especially the service outsourcing and healthcare industry. Great-Idea has been dedicated to providing professional industry consulting and investment promotion services for city governments and enterprises since 2002. Contact:Salida Liu, +8610 58703699, ext. 606; email@example.com; www.outsourcinginchina.org