China’s Changing Health Care: Global Lessons at Scale

Jiahui Health, Shanghai
April 26, 2019
1:00pm-5:00pm ET

With the world’s largest population and fastest-growing economy, China faces enormous challenges in health care, and at the same time presents enormous opportunities to reshape care delivery in ways that offer lessons for other societies.

Join NEJM Catalyst from Shanghai for China’s Changing Health Care: Global Lessons at Scalea free, live Web event presented in coordination with Jiahui Health and sponsored by Tencent. This interactive event will bring international perspectives to the big questions in health care.

Health care providers and leaders around the world are invited to register now to learn from academic experts, clinical leaders, and technology executives from the United States and China as they exchange insights and ideas in a series of thought-provoking sessions.

Register today and you’ll also get a free copy of Practical Innovations in Health Care Delivery: Expert Insights and Real-World Change. This special collection highlights standout content published by NEJM Catalyst, including innovative ideas and practical solutions affecting care delivery, patient engagement, organizational leadership, and the new marketplace of health care.

Register now for this free, live web event (with a next-day, rebroadcast option) to learn how health care in China is changing and the ramifications for care delivery around the world.

The speakers and moderators will examine:

  • Why every aspect of health care in China is in transition – the needs of consumers, the delivery model, the clinician workforce, the use of technology, payment, and more.
  • How a primary care system can be structured to serve 1.4 billion people, including a growing elderly population.
  • The opportunities that exist for telehealth, mobile technologies, and AI to help extend care delivery as well as reduce costs and improve the quality of care and the patient experience.
  • How regulation and market forces can be balanced to drive innovation on a very large scale.

This event will be broadcast twice: Live on April 25, 2019, from 1-5 p.m. China Standard Time, and rebroadcast on April 26, 2019, from 1-5 p.m. US ET.

Our lineup of academic experts, clinical leaders, and technology executives from the United States and China:

Speakers

Agenda

1:00

Welcome and Introduction

Feng Ge, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Jiahui Healt

Namita Seth Mohta, MD, Clinical Editor, NEJM Catalyst; Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences, Brigham and Women's Hospital

1:05

Opening Talk: The Changing Landscape of Health Care in China

Every aspect of health care in China is in transition: the needs of consumers, the balance of government guidance and innovation, the service delivery model, primary and specialty care, the clinician workforce, the use of technology, and how care is paid for. From Jiahui Health, a transnational perspective on the current state of China’s health care and how the country is pursuing its objectives.

Keynote Speaker:

David J. Cook, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, Jiahui Health

1:20

Session 1: Health Care Transformation in China: Regulation versus Innovation

What is the relative role of regulation versus market forces in care redesign? How can governance and innovation be balanced to drive change on a very large scale? Dialogue with academic experts.

Speakers:

Leemore Dafny, PhD, Bruce V. Rauner Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School; NEJM Catalyst New Marketplace Theme Leader

Winnie Yip, MD, Professor of the Practice of Global Health Policy and Economics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Faculty Director, Harvard China Health Partnership

Moderator:

Namita Seth Mohta, MD, Clinical Editor, NEJM Catalyst; Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences, Brigham and Women's Hospital

2:20

Break

2:40

Session 2: Achieving Scale in Primary Care

Primary care is undergoing fundamental changes in China. How can the primary care system be structured and extended to serve 1.4 billion people, ensure quality, and integrate primary with specialty care? How can emerging chronic diseases be addressed on a large scale? Successful examples from clinical leaders of large U.S. health systems.

Speakers:

Amy Compton-Phillips, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, Providence St. Joseph Health; NEJM Catalyst Theme Leader for Care Redesign

Patrick T. Courneya, MD, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, National Health Plan and Hospitals Quality, Kaiser Permanente

Moderator:

David J. Cook, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, Jiahui Health

3:40

Break

3:55

Session 3: Technology’s Role in Reshaping China’s Health Care Delivery

How will technologies such as mobile apps, telehealth, and artificial intelligence reshape health care? Digital health promises to close the gap between patients and providers and extend the provision of primary care. Which technologies will improve quality, reduce cost, and improve experience – and which are just another “shiny object”? Insights from Chinese technology and hospital executives.

Speakers:

John Yu, PhD, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Meridian Medical Network Corp.

Feng Ge, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Jiahui Health

Moderator:

Thomas H. Lee, MD, MSc, Chief Medical Officer, Press Ganey, Editorial Board, NEJM; Leadership Board Founder, NEJM Catalyst

4:55

Closing Remarks

David J. Cook, MD, Chief Clinical Officer, Jiahui Health

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