Dr. David Roye and Hiroko Matsumoto Featured in International Healthcare Leadership Fireside Chat

International Healthcare Leadership Fireside Chat

Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center Executive Director Dr. David Roye and Director of Research Hiroko Matsumoto were featured in the latest International Healthcare Leadership (IHL) Fireside Chat.

The session was held at Columbia University Medical Center and the topic of the IHL panel was Big Data and Clinical Practice. The panelists included Dr. Guibing Fing, Associate Director of Orthopedic Department at Shenzhen Children’s Hospital, China; Kevin Wang, Quality Officer of Orthopedic Department at Columbia University Medical Center; Dr. Chong Weng, Attending Orthopedic Surgeon at Zhengzhou University No.1 Affiliated Hospital, China; and Handong Ma, Co-Founder of Shanghai Synyi Medical Technology Co., Ltd. The panel was moderated by Wei Zhou, MPH, Clinical Analyst at NYU Langone Medical Center and Columbia University Alumni.

The first Fireside Chat was held in May at Columbia University Medical Center and discussed the Doctor-Patient Relationship.  For the full chat, please visit the IHL website.

About International Healthcare Leadership

International Healthcare Leadership (IHL) was founded at Columbia University Medical Center in 2006. IHL is an independent non-profit organization developed to link U.S. clinical and academic institutions with healthcare leaders in China and providing quality training resources. IHL’s New York-Presbyterian Hospital Clinical Observership Program, Columbia University Healthcare Management Training Program, and “Fireside Chats” Sino-U.S. Physician Panel Series have helped more than 100 physicians and hospitals managers complete their study in New York. By far, IHL has set up offices in both New York City and Beijing, China.

In the past 10 years, IHL has been dedicated to:

– Designing and implementing educational programs that fit the clinical and management need in China.

– Building up a platform to facilitate Chinese and U.S. communication in clinical, management, and public health.

– Providing tools needed by Chinese healthcare leaders to improve the accessibility, affordability,  and quality of care in China.

– Leveraging U.S. resources and experience to promote Chinese healthcare reform.