Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan to Build an Ecosystem of Digital Transformation in Healthcare
The Expo, despite Covid-19, attracts 800 exhibitors to collectively demonstrate a healthcare ecosystem thriving on advanced medicine and digital health technologies
TAIPEI, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#BioPharma--One of the largest trade fairs in the APAC region- the Healthcare+ Expo Taiwan- takes place on 2 to 5 December in Taipei. The Expo displays Taiwan’s strength in AI, Cloud-based Applications, Flat Panels, IoT and Technologies that make up Metaverse, reflecting the trend on digital transformation in healthcare driven by the global pandemic.
The Expo has an all-star lineup of corporates, including Acer, Asus, AUO, Delta Electronics, Innolux, Quanta and Wistron, demonstrate their technologies and solutions tailored to digital transformation in healthcare. Multinational companies at the Expo, including 3M, Illumina, Intel, Microsoft, Roche, Siemens/Varian and Supermicro, look to foster in-depth collaborations that have great potential to develop value-added, solution-driven services. Adding to the long list of exhibitors are prestigious medical centres and hospitals in Taiwan, many of which have an extensive network in ASEAN nations and partnership opportunities on offer. The aforementioned technology companies and the healthcare sector have long been involved in development of workflow automation/optimisation, medical devices, and AI-assisted diagnostics, all with achievements in healthcare that are now on display during the Expo.
In order to press ahead building a digital transformation in healthcare ecosystem, the Expo has successfully allied with two of Taiwan’s top-notch sectors- medicine and semiconductor in terms of shaping global strategies and partnerships, accelerating software-hardware integration and developing niche products with emerging digital health technologies led by Taiwan. Professional bodies abroad, including industry associations in semiconductor, healthcare solutions and advanced medical technologies, have been drawn in with tangible opportunities they wish to broach with Taiwan’s industry sectors.
In addition to the physical exhibition, the four-day Expo launched on 1 November its online networking and matchmaking platform-Healthcare+ B2B-to connect businesses and research institutes in the fields of medicines, life sciences and health tech. There have been hundreds of B2B opportunities, company profiles and products posted since its debut, with participation from members of 30 industry associations worldwide.