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Korea Health Industry Development Institute, Be Ready for attracting Patients in States (Hold Korea Global Healthcare Conference with CKMP)
Date:7/8/2009

Korea Health Industry Development Institute (President Kim, Bup-Wan, KHIDI) and Council for Korea Medicine Overseas Promotion (President Sung, Sangchul, CKMP) will hold Korea Global Healthcare Conference to make promotion and exposure to attract patients in U.S. from July 16 to 18, 2009 in New York and San Francisco.

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 8, 2009 -- Korea Health Industry Development Institute (President Kim, Bup-Wan, KHIDI) and Council for Korea Medicine Overseas Promotion (President Sung, Sangchul, CKMP) will hold Korea Global Healthcare Conference to make promotion and exposure to attract patients in U.S. from July 16 to 18, 2009 in New York and San Francisco.

Korea Global Healthcare Conference aims to make promote Korean healthcare services and provide a business network for interested parties. It is going to be held along with Jeon, Jae Hee (Minister of Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs)'s tour of U.S. Also, Health Industry Institutes such as Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs, KHIDI, and CKMP, Korean Embassies in United States and Representatives of Korean-American, Korean healthcare providers, Korean companies in United States, insurance companies in United States, medical agencies will participate in the conference.

Thirteen various hospitals and clinics of CKMP and medical Tourism Facilitator will have a session to introduce policies of Korean government and as well as Korean healthcare services in the first session of this conference. The conference will also provide a chance to have a discussion about the current status of healthcare systems in U.S. and Korea, and possibilities of success of American patients to seek treatments from Korea as well as to introduce diverse current projects of American patient's movement to Korea.

Jeon, Jae-Hee (Minister of Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs) will appoint representatives o
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