Guidance: The National Health and Health Commission&Tsinghua University.
Sponsor: China Federation for Hospital Quality Management,
International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua)
Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University,CN-HEALTHCARE
With the Healthy China 2030 plan implemented and the medical reform deepened in China, healthcare providers across the country are working hard to be more patient-oriented by providing quality services. For a better communication, we are honored to sponsor the First International Medical Quality and Safety Summit & the QCC Competition 2018 from April 26th to 28th 2018 at Bo'Ao.
Under the leadership of Chinese Communist Party and with the support of Chinese government, medical authorities, institutions and healthcare providers have cooperated closely with each other and ensured a continued improvement in healthcare quality and patient safety.
Earlier this year, the Medical Affairs Authority of the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) held a working conference and pointed out that "medical quality and safety should be given more prominence". Furthermore, in its Action Plan to Further Improve Medical Services (2018-2020) developed in January, the top medical authority stated that localities need "to pursue high-quality medical services and to ensure safety by employing new ideas and technologies". Likewise, the State Council issued Opinions on Strengthening the Construction of Quality Certification System and Promoting Total Quality Management, aiming to strengthen quality management at all levels by building quality accreditation systems.
In this context, our event is relevant to share research results and medical practices between caregivers from all over the world, and help provide efficient and innovative service modes to improve medical quality and safety .
Over the five years since its staging in 2013, the QCC Competition has become the most famous medical quality competition in China. It collects wisdoms and encourages front-line medical staffs to be more proactive about quality management with technical tools. So far, more than 600,000 medical staffs nationwide have participated in the QCC events. More than 50,000projects about medical quality improvement have been proposed, and at least 200 of which have obtained national patents. Moreover 2,000 scientific articles and 8 monographs have been submitted to the event commission. Until now our event has attracted nearly 20,000 competitors to participate, and their outstanding items have been selected and shared further in other international events, such as the 2017 ISQua Annual Meeting in London. We are happy to see our efforts paid and bring more benefits to our patients and hospitals. Liu Tingfang, Professor from the Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University, has developed two national standards for the QCC competition, and they are going to be adopted by the 2018 International QCC Competition.
It is the first time for China to held such high level international medical summit and QCC competition at Bo'Ao, a comprehensive functional area specially designed for conference and exhibition services. We will invite government officials of NHFPC and Hainan Province, the president of ISQua and its registered experts, ten top international experts, academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering, and presidents of top Chinese hospitals, and front-line medical staffs to share and communicate.
We are expecting you here to share your best ideas and best practices to better serve our patients and communities.
The Committee of the First International Medical Quality and Safety
Summit & QCC Competition 2018
Founder, and senior dean consultant (Vice-Dean Level) of Institute for Hospital Management, Tsinghua University, being in charge of researching (used to take charge of the general work) . Professor, PG Supervisor, Post-doc Supervisor, the Institute for Hospital Management, Tsinghua University. Director of International Hospital Review and Evaluation Centre, Institute for Hospital Management, Tsinghua University. Director of the Institute of Healthcare Management and Evaluation, Tsinghua University. Chairman of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management. ISQua Expert. Committee member of the Advisory Expert Committee on Reform and Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine, State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Deputy Director of the Expert Committee on Professionalization of the hospital CEO, NHFPC. Director of Evaluation and Appraisal Specialized Committee, China’s Research Hospital Association.
Wendy Nicklin, R.N., B.N., M.Sc.(A), CHE, FACHE, FISQua, ICD.D A valued active partner in discussions about improving the quality of health care, Wendy is a recognized health care leader across Canada and internationally. Obtaining her academic degrees at McGill University, Wendy has extensive experience as a critical care nurse and in progressive leadership positions. She has participated in many provincial and national initiatives, such as the National Steering Committee for Patient Safety, and as a founding Board member on the Canadian Patient Safety Institute Board for 8 years, working to contribute to its establishment and success. After over 11 years at the helm, Wendy recently stepped down from the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of Accreditation Canada. She led a significant renewal of the approach to and value of accreditation. Her global leadership about accreditation is well regarded. In addition to the ISQua board, she serves on several other boards including the Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada (HIROC) and the Champlain Local Integration Health Network (LHIN). She is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and recently completed the ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program. An Emeritus member of CHLNet, she chairs the CHLNet Knowledge Mobilization Working Group. Within the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua), and after 7 years on the ISQua Board, Wendy is now President-elect. She is Past-Chair of the ISQua Accreditation Council for the International Accreditation Program, member of the Innovation and Systems Change working Group, Chair of the Board Accreditation Committee, an Expert, a Fellow and an ISQua surveyor. Wendy received the Woman of Distinction Award – Health Services in 1999, the Canadian Nurses Association Centennial Award in 2008, the CCHL Eastern Ontario Chapter Award for Distinguished Service in 2012, and the University of Ottawa Telfer School of Management Preceptor award for 2016. With a strong commitment to effective governance and focusing on quality, safety and leadership, Wendy has numerous publications to her name and has given many presentations nationally and internationally. She has an academic appointment to Queen’s University.
Yuichi Imanaka, MD, PhD is Professor and Head, Department ofHealthcare Economics and Quality Management, Graduate School of Medicine/School of Public Health, Kyoto University (http://med-econ.umin.ac.jp/int/) since 2000. He was trained in the University of Tokyo (M.D., DrMedSci), and the University of Michigan (MPH, Ph.D). Board certified member of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine, with certification for pathological autopsy practice. He is the founding head of the Value Creating Design Hub for Super-Ageing Societies, Kyoto University (http://super-ageing.kyoto-u.ac.jp/), which started in 2016 as a multidisciplinary unit of Industry-Government-Academia partnership. Focusing on quality and efficiency of health care, his main theme is to visualize and design health systems covering health care, long-term care, health promotion, and its future, particularly in this super-aged and rapidly-aging society. He is engaged in several national and wide-regional projects which methodologically include large-scale database analytics, system design and simulation, and multidimensional performance and quality measurement and improvement of institutions and of regions. In Japan, he has been devoted himself to setting up and development of quality improvement systems, including quality management system and quality measurement. He has been the executive board member for Japan Council for Quality Health Care (2000-current), is also on the boards of national academic societies for Health Administration, Public Health and Health Economics, and is founding team leader and the vice president of Japan Board of Public Health and Social Medicine. He is Executive Board Member (1997-2003, 2015-current) for the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua), President (2017-2018) of the Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua).
Prof Shin Ushiro currently serves as Director, Executive Board Member of the Japan Council for Quality in Health Care (JCQHC) and General Manager of the Division of Adverse Event Prevention which have carried out a nationwide adverse event reporting system. He is also a Professor of the Division of Patient Safety Management at Kyushu University, Japan and a Technical Supervisor of the division of the Japan Obstetric Compensation System for Cerebral Palsy which is a no-fault-based compensation system with in-depth investigation on Cerebral Palsy. Prof Ushiro graduated from Kyushu University School of Medicine and has accumulated such experience as a surgeon, researcher on basic science, government official and so on. Prof Ushiro still works as a physician in a hospital which is a most suitable field for him to see if technical and educative materials in such projects as adverse event reporting systems effectively works for medical professionals in the front line of clinical practices. Prof Ushiro’s wide spectrum of career and perspective are so unique and beneficial to tackle with future challenges of ageing society and advanced medicine.
Dr. B.K. Rana is the Founding CEO of Quality & Accreditation Institute (QAI) and former Director of NABH, Quality Council of India. He served International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) as elected Vice-Chairman- Accreditation Council (2008-2014) and Chairman- Accreditation Council (2014-2016). He was appointed Director on ISQua Board from 2014 to 2016. Concurrently, he served as President of Asian Society for Quality in Healthcare (ASQua) in 2011 & 12 and now serving as Director on its Board and Chairman- Technical Committee. He has many honours to his credit including an appointment as ‘ISQua Expert’. Because of his unparalleled mastery and knowledge, he took part in WHO’s International Steering Committee for Patient Safety and served also as External Consultant of World Health Organization (WHO) on setting hospital accreditation program. Alongside, he achieved rare distinction by becoming part of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as an Expert/Assessor for Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). He sits on many national and international committees including ISO/ TC 210 WG1. His expertise on Standardisation, Quality, and Accreditation include establishing accreditation bodies [Laboratory (ISO/IEC 17011) and Healthcare Providers (ISQua)], External Quality Assessment Schemes (ISO/IEC 17043), Standard Development, Training Program Development, Implementation of the Requirements of ISO/IEC 17025, ISO 15189 and ISO/IEC 17043. He is sought-after as a speaker and is published in several magazines on accreditation, quality improvement, patient safety, standards etc. Dr. Rana holds Ph.D in Biochemistry & Diploma in German. He also received Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital and Health Management. He has published nine research papers in international journals, contributed chapters in books and presented in several national and international conferences
Professor David Greenfield is the Director of the Australian Institute of Health Service Management (AIHSM), University of Tasmania, Australia. The AIHSM, based in Sydney, is dedicated to improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare by: educating professionals to lead, manage, and innovate in increasingly complex organisational and clinical environments; and conducting collaborative research projects. David’s educational and research work is at the intersection of improvement and implementation sciences. He investigates healthcare complex adaptive systems, health services and the organisation of clinical practice. Within and across these spheres David examines what impacts on quality improvement, how to achieve efficiencies in systems and mechanisms to integrate research findings and evidence into healthcare policy and practice. This includes, for example, the formal or informal management and regulation of the organisation and delivery of care, via accreditation programs, organisational processes and policy or inter-professional collaboration strategies. The purpose of David’s educational and research endeavours is to derive evidence to improve organisational functioning, service delivery mechanisms, staff and patient engagement and patient outcomes. David is a Fellow of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) and a Fellow of the Australasian Association for Quality in Health Care. He is a recognised as an ISQua Expert. David is a Deputy-Editor for the ISQua journal, The International Journal for Quality in Health Care.
Director of Quality and Patient Safety, Children’s Hospital Group comprising three Dublin children's hospital, & a Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician. He previously was the Executive Director and Clinical Director of Q&S for Hamad Medical Corporation, the national health system of the State of Qatar 2013- 2016. Dr. Vaughan was the Director for Leadership & Quality in RCPI, responsible for developing and delivering a Diploma in Leadership and Quality in Healthcare, directed at senior healthcare staff, (clinical & nonclinical) & led in the development of the National Quality Improvement Programme jointly with the DoH, the HSE & RCPI. He graduated from UCD in 1992, undertook general paediatric training in Dublin, & trained in paediatric critical care medicine in Seattle Children’s Hospital and paediatric respiratory medicine in Texas Children’s Hospital, Ho
Dr. Ezequiel Garcia Elorrio obtained his Medical Degree from the University of Buenos Aires and he then specialised in Internal Medicine at the Centre for Medical Education and Clinical Investigation (CEMIC). Dr. Garcia Elorrio is W.K. Kellogg Foundation Fellow and he attended the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston MA, USA where he obtained a Master’s degree in Epidemiology. Dr. Garcia Elorrio also studied at School of Business from Austral University where he earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration. Finally Dr. Garcia Elorrio obtained a PhD in Medicine from the University of Buenos Aires. Dr. Garcia Elorrio is currently Director of Quality in Health Care and Patient Safety Department at the Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has participated in educational research and consultancy projects in Argentina, the LAC region and globally in quality improvement, patient safety and external evaluation. He has special interest in research adapted solutions, quality improvement, patient reported outcomes and professional behavioural change.
Prof. Guangshu Han (Vice-president of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management，President of Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing University Medical School)
Prof. Tingfang Liu (President of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management, Founder of Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University，ISQua Expert)
Prof. Wenda Qiu (Chairman of the International Academic Committee of Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University, Chief Executive Officer of AMHC Medical Group, former head of Taiwan's health authority, former president of Taipei Medical University)
Speech (IT Technology - The Foundation of Medical Safety and Quality)
JilanLiu (Vice-president of HIMSS and Executive Director of Greater China)
To be determined
President and CEO at Wolters Kluwer
Prof. Jie Qiao (Vice-president of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management，Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, President of Peking University Third Hospital)
Prof. Zuhu Huang (Vice-president of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management, Vice-president of Chinese Hospital Association)
Prof. Tingfang Liu (President of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management , Founder of Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University，ISQua Expert)
Prof. Peter Lachman (Chief Executive Officer of ISQua, Honorary President of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management)
Prof. Feiyu Kang (Representative of Tsinghua University, Founder of Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University)
Prof. Zongjiu Zhang ( Director of Medical Affairs Authority of National Health and Family Planning Commission )
Qian Liu (President of China Hospital Association, former Deputy Director of National Health and Family Planning Commission)
Prof. Jiefu Huang ( Dean of Institute for Hospital Management of Tsinghua University, former Deputy Minister of Health Commission)
Officers from the government of Hainan Province, China
Prof. Jia Fan (Vice-president of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management, Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, President of Zhongshan Hospital affiliated to Fudan University)
Dr. Hu Chen (Vice-president of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management)
Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University
Prof. Wannian Liang (Full-time deputy director of the State Council medical reform leading group office, Director of Economic Restructuring Department, National Health and Family Planning Commission)
Prof. Zongjiu Zhang ( Director of Medical Affairs Authority, National Health and Family Planning Commission )
Prof. Xuecheng Gao (Deputy Director of Medical Management Service Center, National Health and Family Planning Commission
Prof. Peter Lachman (Chief Executive Officer of ISQua, Honorary President of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management)
Prof. Tingfang Liu (President of China Federation for Hospital Quality Management , Founder of Institute of Hospital Management of Tsinghua University，ISQua Expert)
Registration Fee and other issues
·Every international team members are required to pay fees. The price for who are from developed countries is 1100 dollars/person, the one from more developed countries is 1050 dollars/person, the one from less developed countries is 950 dollars/person, the one from poor countries is 900 dollars/person, and the one from other countries is 1000 dollars/person. (National distinguish reference standard:
The fee includes 3 nights' accommodation (April 26th -28th ) , food (April 26th night, 27th noon & night and 28th noon & night) , as well as roundtrip transfer from Haikou Meilan International Airport (Haikou, Hainan province, China) to conference hotel in Bo'ao, Hainan province, China. The distance from Meilan International Airport to conference hotel is 120 kilometer, nearly 1.5 hour by car.
Registration link will be announced on the official website of the CHFQM, WeChat Official Accounts and CN-HEALTHCARE official website.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference secretariat:
Contact: Mr/Dr. Qing Xu
Tel: +86 10-62771322
Mobile: +86 13521343341
We sincerely welcome you. See you in Bo'ao!