The forum is chaired by John Williams (International SOS China). 

Who should join
The forum invites BritCham and CBBC members with an interest in the healthcare sector to share expertise, experience and common concerns about the Chinese market. It offers members the opportunity to meet on a regular basis to discuss policy, regulatory and industry developments and issues from different perspectives.



Forum's Objectives
  • To provide a platform for information sharing on China’s healthcare sector including healthcare provision, aged health, digital health, healthcare training and other related fields for forum members through online library access, newsletters, roundtable discussions and seminars, featuring speakers from both British and Chinese institutions.
  • To promote the strengths of the UK healthcare sector and provide a point of liaison with the Chinese authorities where the UK’s opinion could be given on proposed market developments and regulatory issues.
  • To promote exchange with Chinese stakeholders including practitioners, regulators and central and local government.
  • To support the British Embassy and UKTI with senior level healthcare focused official visits and business delegations.
  • To advise prospective British entrants to the PRC healthcare market on regulatory and practical market issues.
Forum Chairs
John  Williams
John Williams

John Williams is Managing Director of International SOS China, based in Beijing. He serves as an Honorary Standing Director of the Beijing Red Cross Society and has served several times as a Council Executive of the British Chamber of Commerce in China.

Howard Gough
Howard Gough

Howard Gough is CEO of the Global Employer Segment, Middle East & Asia Pacific region of Cigna Corporation based in Shanghai. Howard joined Cigna in 2006 on the acquisition of vielife. He has had many senior leadership roles and has over 13 years' experience in the Global Health Service market.

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