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CEIBS 13th Annual China Health Care Forum 2017

Innovation in the Systems Lies at the Core of Healthcare Reform

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Along with people’s growing concerns about health issues in the 21st century, countries worldwide are committed to pressing ahead with healthcare reform, which has posed a considerable challenge to national governance. A fair, inclusive and multi-tiered universal medical insurance system is central to the Chinese government’s plan to build a moderately prosperous society and see healthy China by 2030, and is sure to make China a role model for national governance. Thanks to the controversial healthcare reform over the past decade, China has ensured the availability of medical care and health services. As China’s 13th Five-Year Plan enters its second year in 2017, the healthcare reform, which has touched a raw nerve of Chinese people, will face an uphill task in optimizing the allocation of resources to provide easy access to affordable, quality medical care and health services. Instead of merely scaling up medical service supply, the government should team up with hospitals and enterprises to come to grips with the deep-seated problems in the healthcare reform through innovation in the systems.

Therefore, China’s healthcare reform in the years to come should be carried through in an integrated, systematic and coordinated manner as it is doomed to run up against deeply entrenched vested interests at various levels. There are also external factors at play during the process: the new normal of the Chinese economy, the accelerated pace of industrialization, urbanization, and aging of the population, a broader spectrum of diseases, an ever-changing ecological environment and lifestyle, and mushrooming of medical innovations, to name just a few. Considering that medical insurance providers, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies are closely knitted in the healthcare reform, only innovation in the systems will constantly bring them benefits and thus spur them on to join hands in pushing forward the reform. In other words, they will have the motivation to shift the focus from laying the groundwork of medical services to enhancing service quality, from establishing a healthcare reform framework to improving the systems, and from making small breakthroughs in just a few areas to promoting a systematic integration and overall progress. Such an innovative approach is expected to solve this thorny problem facing every country in the world.

Under the theme of “Innovation in the Systems Lies at the core of Healthcare Reform”, the forum will focus on the significance of innovation in the systems as China has entered the deep end of healthcare reform. Government policymakers, scholars and industry leaders will offer their insights at a main forum and three sub-forums on medical insurance, hospitals and pharmaceuticals respectively to bolster the confidence of medical insurance providers, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies about healthcare reform.

May 13 (Saturday)

08:30 ~ 09:00

 Registration

Petrochemical Auditorium, CEIBS
Address: 699, Hongfeng Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai

09:00 ~ 09:10

 Welcome Address

Prof. Li Mingjun                                       
President and Professor of Management, CEIBS

Theme I: Healthcare Reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan Period: Planning and Prospects

Medical insurance coverage is a bread-and-butter issue. A universal medical insurance system in China will not only provide everyone with access to basic medical services, but also is conducive to sharing risks and economic development. In 2017, the second year for China’s reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan period, the State Council has unveiled the Plan of Deepening the Healthcare Reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan Period. The programmatic document makes clear the priorities and objectives of healthcare reform in the next five years. At this section, two experts will present their insightful views about what needs to be done to further the reform, what challenges will loom large, and how to ensure the success of reform through innovation in the systems.

09:10 ~ 09:40

Keynote speech (I): Improving China’s Medical Insurance System

Mr. Wang Dongjin
Special Research Fellow, Counselors’ Office, State Council; President, China Health Insurance Research Association; former Vice Minister, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.

9:40 ~ 10:10

Keynote speech (II): Plan of Deepening the Healthcare Reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan Period

Mr. Yao Jianhong
Commissioner (Director-General-level), Department of Healthcare Reform, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.

10:10 ~ 10:30

Q&A

Moderator: Prof. John Cai
Director, CEIBS Centre for Healthcare Management and Policy

10:30 ~ 11:00

Coffee Break

Theme II: Universal Medical Insurance: Making Headway through Innovation in the Systems

A universal medical insurance system will be a cornerstone for healthcare reform geared toward China’s realities. According to the plan of healthcare reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan period, it is incumbent upon the Chinese government to establish an efficient universal medical insurance system, which features diversified sources of funding, standardized safeguards, and market-driven management services, in line with the principle of making basic medical services available, particularly for the disadvantaged groups, and promoting sustainable development. In addition, the Chinese government will put in place a mechanism for interaction among the basic medical insurance, insurance against grave diseases, medical relief, emergency medical assistance, commercial health insurance, and charity relief.

At this section, officials from the national and local medical insurance authorities will elaborate on innovation in the systems; a hospital president and an official from insurance authorities will share their ideas about reform and innovation in commercial medical insurance.

11:00 ~ 12:30

Moderator: Mr. Xiong Xianjun
Vice President and Secretary-General, China Health Insurance Research Association

  • Mr. Chen Jinfu, Director, Department of Medical Insurance, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.
  • Mr. Gao Xin, Member of CPC Committee and Chief Accountant, Human Resources and Social Security Department of Hubei Province
  • Mr. Zhan Yiyang, Vice President, Jiangsu Province Hospital; Vice Chairman, Hospital Health Insurance Management Committee of Chinese Hospital Association
  • Mr. Zhao Lei, Secretary-General, Shanghai Insurance Association and Shanghai Insurance Institute
  • Mr. Shi Yibing, CEO, Wonders Information System Co., Ltd.

12:30 ~ 13:30

Lunch

Theme III: Hospital Management: Enhancing Efficiency through Innovation in the Systems

Reform in hospitals, which serve as medical service providers, is a crucial step for China’s healthcare reform. The relationship between the government and hospitals need to be managed in a more proper manner so that they can bring their own strength into full play. According to the plan of healthcare reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan period, government administration should be separated from medical institutions and management from operation in order to facilitate a shift in the model of hospital management and operation. It is critical to clarify the supervisory responsibilities of the government as a funds contributor and autonomy of public hospitals in operation. While stepping up the efforts in police-making, guidance, planning and assessment, the government will need to give hospitals a free hand in staffing, organizational structure, hiring, and income allocation.

At this section, a top-level hospital management official will analyze the modern hospital management system from the perspective of government policies. Public hospital presidents from Shanghai, Jiangsu and Guangdong province will share their lessons in establishing a modern hospital management system.

13:30 ~ 15:00

Moderator: Mr. Liao Xinbo
Founder Member, Guangdong Association of Medical Safety; Former Deputy Director-General and Counsel, Health Department of Guangdong Province

  • Ms. Jiao Yahui, Deputy Director-General, Bureau of Medical Administration, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.
  • Mr. Xu Yanjun, Deputy Director, Social Insurance Administration, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.
  • Mr. Fan Jia, President, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University
  • Mr. Zhu Fu, President, Zhenjiang First People’s Hospital
  • Mr. He Bin, Vice President, Guangdong General Hospital

15:00 ~ 15:30

 Coffee Break

Theme IV: Reform of the Medicine Policy: Creating Value through Innovation in the Systems

Reform in hospitals, which serve as medical service providers, is a crucial step for China’s healthcare reform. The relationship between the government and hospitals need to be managed in a more proper manner so that they can bring their own strength into full play. According to the plan of healthcare reform in the 13th Five-Year Plan period, government administration should be separated from medical institutions and management from operation in order to facilitate a shift in the model of hospital management and operation. It is critical to clarify the supervisory responsibilities of the government as a funds contributor and autonomy of public hospitals in operation. While stepping up the efforts in police-making, guidance, planning and assessment, the government will need to give hospitals a free hand in staffing, organizational structure, hiring, and income allocation.

At this section, a top-level hospital management official will analyze the modern hospital management system from the perspective of government policies. Public hospital presidents from Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou will share their lessons in establishing a modern hospital management system.

15:30 ~ 17:10

Moderator: Mr. Song Ruilin
Executive President, China Pharmaceutical Innovation and Research Development Association

  • Mr. Zheng Hong, Executive Vice President, China Medicine and Health Culture Association; Former Director, Pharmaceutical Administration, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.
  • Mr. Xu Su, Deputy Director, Healthcare Reform Office, Shanghai Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission
  • Mr. Andrew Hodge, President, Lilly China
  • Mr. Sheng Jingzhou, Vice President, PC BU, Sanofi China
  • Mr. Cai Zhongxi, Vice President, Sinopharm Group Co., Ltd.
  • Mr. Shu Chang, Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co., Ltd.

17:10 ~ 17:20

Closing Address

Prof. Pedro NUENO
CEIBS President; Chengwei Ventures Chair Professor of Entrepreneurship

President and Professor of Management, CEIBS

Special Research Fellow, Counselors' Office, State Council; President, China Health Insurance Research Association; Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.

Commissioner   (Director-General-level), Department of Healthcare Reform, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.

Director,CEIBS Centre for Healthcare Management and Policy 

Vice President and Secretary-General, China Health Insurance Research Association

Director, Department of Medical Insurance, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.

Member of CPC Committee and Chief Accountant, Human Resources and Social Security Department of Hubei Province

Vice President, Jiangsu Province Hospital; Vice Chairman, Hospital Health Insurance Management Committee of Chinese Hospital Association

Secretary-General, Shanghai Insurance Association and Shanghai Insurance Institute

CEO, Wonders Information System Co., Ltd.

 

Founder Member, Guangdong Association of Medical Safety; Former Deputy Director-General and Counsel, Health Department of Guangdong Province

Deputy Director-General, Bureau of Medical Administration, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.

Deputy Director, Social Security Center, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the P.R.C.

President, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University

President, Zhenjiang First People's Hospital;CEIBS's Alumni 

 

Vice President, Guangdong General Hospital

Executive President, China Pharmaceutical Innovation and Research Development Association

Former Director, Pharmaceutical Administration, National Health and Family Planning Commission of the P.R.C.

Deputy Director, Healthcare Reform Office, Shanghai Municipal Health and Family Planning Commission

President, Lilly China

Vice President, PC BU, Sanofi China

Vice President, Sinopharm Group Co., Ltd.

Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co., Ltd.

CEIBS President; Chengwei Ventures Chair Professor of Entrepreneurship

Forum Organisers

China Europe International Business School

Organizers

CEIBS is a not-for-profit joint venture established in 1994 with the support of the Chinese government and the European Commission. Over the past two decades, CEIBS has made outstanding achievements and received wide recognition from the society, with its reputation as a prestigious business school in Asia being further strengthened and enhanced. With a vision to become the most respected international business school in the world, CEIBS is committed to educating socially responsible leaders versed in "China Depth, Global Breadth".

 

CEIBS Center for Healthcare Management and Policy

Organizers

The CEIBS Center for Healthcare Management and Policy was founded in 2010. It's mission is to be a window of CEIBS healthcare sector that provides services for students, faculty and alumni; to build an exchange and dialogue platform among academia, industry leaders and policy makers, facilitating development of innovation and management capability of the industry; and to be an important think tank in China's healthcare sector by sharing knowledge, information, experience, and the best practice in healthcare between China and the world, as well as providing healthcare policy advice. The research, teaching and events of Center focuses on the fields of industry innovation, health policy, and personal health management.

Conference Fee

Standard Fee:
RMB 6,800    USD 1,100

Early-bird Discount:  Paid by April 13, 2017
RMB 6,000    USD 950

It is subject to the Conference Fee listed on the official website. CEIBS alumni can also enjoy a 20% off discount (alumni ID number required).

Note:

If you cancel at any time up to April 13, 2017, a prompt refund will be made to you upon receipt of your written notice (faxes are acceptable). A USD 110 (or RMB 700) non-refundable registration fee will be deducted from your payment. After that date no refunds will be made. If, for any reason, this conference is cancelled, we shall offer you a 100% refund of the conference fee. CEIBS shall not, however, be held responsible for covering airfares, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants. The fee includes attendance at all conference sessions and discussions, welcome banquet, luncheon, coffee breaks and full documentation. The fee does not include your travel or hotel expenses. Please note that we must receive your payment before the date of the conference.

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Conference Venue

The conference will take place at the Petrochemical Auditorium located at the China Europe International Business School's main campus in Shanghai.

Address: 699 Hongfeng Road, Pudong Shanghai, 201206, PRC

Map to China Europe International Business School

Accommodation

Marriott Hotel Pudong Shanghai
15 Xinjinqiao Rd., Pudong, Shanghai, China
www.marriott.com  Tel: 86-21-60368888
Deluxe Room RMB 712 (for reference)
* The price including a breakfast and 15% service fee

CEIBS Residence
699 Hongfeng Rd., Pudong, Shanghai, China
Guest Room RMB 380 (for reference) 
* The price including a breakfast and 15% service fee

Reservation
Please indicate that you are participating in the 11th Annual China Health Care Industry Forum organized by CEIBS. The discounted rate is effective on or before May 30. Reservations after this date will be taken on a space and rate availability basis.

Contact Us

For more details about the 13th Annual China Health Care Forum, please contact:

Mr. Alex Chen (Cooperation)
Marketing & Communications Department
Tel: +86-21-28905260  |  Email: calex@ceibs.edu

Ms. Sophie ZHU (Registration)
Marketing & Communications Department
Tel: +86-21-28905305/5505  |  Email: healthcareforum@ceibs.edu

Ms. Amy Liang (Chinese Media)
Marketing & Communications Department
Tel: +86-21-28905494  |  Email: lamy@ceibs.edu

Mr. David Yu (International Media)
Marketing & Communications Department
Tel: +86-21-28905073 | Email: ydavid@ceibs.edu

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