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Exploring the Medtech of Tomorrow – Free Webinar

As the environment for medical technology is evolving, so are we – over the past years, the world has been transforming into a post-Covid era, and many industries are adapting to fit the next new normal. Taiwan has stepped up to the challenge on innovation and taking the advancement of digital healthcare to a whole new level.

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Taiwan is quite well-known for its solid industrial foundation, comprehensive chains in ICT and precision machinery, and significant experience working with electric medical devices through OEM/ODM services, thus strengthening Taiwan’s medical industry. Organized by the Bureau of Foreign Trade of MOEA and TAITRA, Taiwan’s leading trade promotion organization, the webinar will present five awards-winning brands of medical technology and applications.

The online talks will present Medimaging Integrated Solution (MiiS), iXensor, Wellell (formerly Apex Medical Corp), IEI and United Orthopedic. These medtech brands emerged stronger from the coronavirus pandemic and are willing to share their insights on building resilience and managing healthcare statistics more proactively.

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The event will also feature opening remarks from a representative of Taiwan Medical and Biotech Industry Association, and from Dr. Matthew Hui-Ming Ma, Vice Superintendent of National Taiwan University Hospital, Yunlin Branch. 

Register for the free webinar taking place on Thursday 16th June at (your local time) HERE.

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Source: TAITRA


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