Established by Royal Decree in 2002, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (also known as TCEB) is a public organization tasked with promoting and developing business events in Thailand. Since 2004, TCEB has worked toward establishing Thailand as Asia's premier business events destination, by providing flexible, service-oriented support to meeting-goers, incentives winners, convention attendees and exhibition participants.
The Association of Indian Manufacturers of Medical Devices (AI-MED) represents the interests of over 700 Manufacturers of consumables, disposables and diagnostics equipment.
The presence of AI-MED allows the Government to access a single point of contact and provide various services to the manufacturers, such as those relating to policy issues, medical device regulations, education and training, quality certification, government funding for R&D, encouraging innovations, improve clinician and patient access to the modern, innovative and reliable medical device technologies through organizing meeting, seminars, symposia, exhibitions and demonstrations and also, to promote global harmonization of Indian device industry.
The Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM), registered back in 1972, now has over 134 members from all over Malaysia. The APHM is recognised by the Ministry of Health and Government of Malaysia as THE representative of the Private Hospital Sector, taking into consideration of the fact that all major hospital groups and large standalone hospitals are amongst its members. With the continued support of the Government and other agencies, APHM continues to play a very significant role in ensuring quality, patient safety and good governance in its member hospitals.
The annual APHM International Healthcare Conference & Exhibition celebrates its 25th Silver Jubilee this year. Join us on 25 – 27 July 2017 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre!
Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA)
The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is the national voice for public healthcare in Australia. AHHA undertakes research and advocacy, provides consulting and training services and works towards a vision of an effective, innovative and sustainable health system where all Australians have equitable access to healthcare of the highest standard when and where they need it.
In October 2018, AHHA will bring together hospital and health service leaders in Brisbane, Australia for the 42nd World Hospital Congress and you are invited to join them for discussions on best practice in hospital and healthcare management and delivery of services.
While Australia is known around the world for golden beaches, amazing wildlife and beautiful scenery, it is also a land of invention and innovation. Technological innovations including the electronic pacemaker, disposable syringe, ultrasound, cochlear implant, spray on skin and cervical cancer vaccine were all developed in Australia. Likewise Australia has also pioneered health service delivery including through our famous Royal Flying Doctor Service and through fully digital hospitals. This innovation and more will be on show along with broad global discussions about the future of innovative health service delivery, integrated health care and delivering quality health services in rural and remote areas.
Hospital Medical Laboratory Equipment & Supply Industry Association of the Philippines, Inc
HOMLESIAP is a trade association of legitimate importers/distributors of hospital, medical laboratory equipment and supplies.
Among its purposes are:
Establishing better business conditions and relations among all members
Bringing to successful conclusion projects and ideas beneficial to the community, the nation’s and member firms
Make representations with authorities concerning duty and taxes on items required by member firms,
Maintain and establish free exchange of credit information among members concerning persons and establishments for the benefit and guidance of all members
Facilitate transfer of technology from advanced countries
Encourage adequate supply and affordable prices to government and private end-users
Indian Confederation for Healthcare Accreditation (ICHA)
The Indian Confederation for Healthcare Accreditation (ICHA) is a professionally-owned and driven not-for-profit organisation with the basic aim to strengthen India’s health system. Patient Safety is the hallmark of excellence and ICHA’s chosen path to achieve excellence.
Addressing comprehensively the complexities of health system requires a collaborative team effort of all stakeholders. ICHA is the national multi-stakeholder Confederation of National Associations/ Institutions for establishing validated excellence in healthcare in line with similar bodies in all developed countries. ICHA comprises all stakeholder groups viz. Providers, Receivers and users, Payers and funders and Educators and regulators. Today all the major national associations (41) of Medical (Clinical, Lab, Admin), Nursing, Pharmacy, Therapy, Consumers, Management and Architects are subscribers. All the constituent associations are well established and respected apex bodies.
The Philippine Hospital Association is an organization that provides support to close to 2,000 hospital-members in pursuit of the nation's health agenda. It is a nationally and internationally recognized association whose beginning can be traced to 68 years back when it was founded on September 15, 1949.
PHA is at the forefront of hospital issues. Being national in scope, it is the voice of the public and private sector in matters affecting hospital management and delivery of health services to people.
The composition of the PHA's Board of Directors represent a cross-section of the industry, ensuring wider participation of members in regional dialogues, events and activities.
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) set up in 1932, is a national body and industry association that works together with relevant partners to champion the interests and growth of its members and the manufacturing community in Singapore; enhancing their competitiveness through capability development and capacity building, innovation and productivity, adoption and implementation of standards, overseas expansion as well as providing assistance and opportunities for companies to collaborate, network, grow and expand both locally and internationally.
SMF carries out a myriad of activities to enhance the competitive edge of its members. Leveraging on its extensive network of contacts, 10 Industry Groups and 7 Centres of Excellence, SMF is the voice for Singapore’s manufacturing community for over 84 years and plays an important role to facilitate tripartite communications among the government, foreign delegates and the local manufacturing community.
2985 Jalan Bukit Merah Singapore 159457 T +65 6826 3000 F +65 6826 3008
Technology Promotion Association (Thailand-Japan), or TPA, was officially established on the 24th of January 1973 with the strong intention, co-operation, and sacrifice of the Japanese alumni and those who were trained in Japan with the ABK (the Asia Bunka Kaikan) and AOTS (the Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship) scholarships. Mr. Sommai Huntrakul, the Finance Minister at that time, was the president of the establishing committee. The establishment succeeded with the kind support of Professor Goichi Hozumi, the former president of the board of Japan-Thailand Economic Co-operation Association, of which the objective is to be the centre for promoting knowledge, disseminating and transmitting new technology to Thai personnel for the growth and advancement of the Thai economy and industry.
Thai Medical Device Technology Industry Association
THAIMED was established in 1989 by six founding members and since that time has accumulated a lot of success stories. One such is the establishment of excellent contacts with the MDCD of the Thai FDA thereby enabling THAIMED to provide assistance to members when Free Sales Certificates became a mandatory requirement for the importation of medical devices. Other successes include the lobbying of the Ministry of Finance requesting reductions in import duties and correcting the misclassifications of some medical devices which had led to importers being charged unreasonably high import duties. All of these resulted in health services being made available to the Thai people at lower cost.