Medlab Asia and Asia Health, a free-to-attend virtual event brought by Informa Markets and Impact Exhibition Management Co., kicks off today Tuesday 20 October with a panel discussion on pandemic management. This year’s event builds on the success of ASEAN’s biggest multi-disciplinary conference for the healthcare and medical laboratory industry.
The three day virtual exhibition will bring together regional healthcare professionals to meet and do business online. Participants may explore hundreds of innovative products from businesses seeking new dealers and distributors – including the latest from leading global players such as Abbott, Euroimmunn, LG, Randox and Snibe – and also set up virtual meetings to discuss new business opportunities.
The event will also empower attendees with advanced knowledge and networking skills to improve patient service and care. More than 50 healthcare, laboratory and business sessions will be available through keynotes, on-demand broadcasts and virtual panel discussions on topics that include COVID-19 Control & Treatment, Imaging, Doing Business in Thailand and Immunology.
Attendees will earn up to 21 CME, 15 CMTE and 7 CNEU points through hearing from more than 100 world renowned experts in healthcare. Speakers include Dr Tanarak Plipat, Deputy Director General, Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; Prof Heungsup Sung, Chairperson, COVID-19 Diagnosis Test Management Committee, Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, South Korea; Dr Bayu Teja Muliawan, Head of Planning Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Health, Indonesia; and Joseph Kalaivanar, CEO, GotMyCoach, Singapore.
“We are excited to be introducing Medlab Asia & Asia Health this year as a virtual edition, enabling participants to interact and do business with the wider healthcare and medical laboratory community, while also learning through a compelling line-up of accredited webinars – all from the comfort of their own home or office,” says Tom Coleman, Exhibitions Director.
For more information, visit www.medlabasia/asiahealth.com