Los Angeles, CA, October 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Limited Medical & Voluntary Benefits Conference would like to announce Korea Health Industry Development Institute and Council for Korea Medicine Overseas Promotion as a Platinum Sponsor of the 1st Limited Medical & Voluntary Benefits Conference on October 25th and 26th, 2009.
Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) has a mission and vision which, taken together, are to propel Korea to one of the world’s leading top five bio-health nations by 2015. KHIDI is a government-funded organization established in 1999 to improve Korea’s healthcare system through development of the overall healthcare industry.
KHIDI’s goals are to position Korea’s healthcare industry as a solid global leader. This is done in two ways. First, KHIDI provides comprehensive and professional support programs for Korea’s hospitals and clinics. Second, KHIDI strengthens the global competitiveness of Korea’s national healthcare industry by consulting, interfacing, and sharing healthcare technology and expertise with leading government, academic and private institutions around the world.
Council for Korea Medicine Overseas Promotion (CKMP) is a government-private joint initiative founded to promote Korea’s Healthcare internationally. As an official organization for Medical Tourism, CKMP is supported by the Government, and serves as the "acting body" for a series of national policies in regard to medical travel.
The primary function of CKMP is to promote Korean healthcare to the international community and to foster safe and reliable infrastructure. Currently over 30 hospitals and clinics are actively involved as CKMP members. Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) and Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) work with CKMP, and The Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs supports CKMP activities.
The Limited Medical & Voluntary Benefits Conference takes place October 25th and 26th, 2009 in Los Angeles, California and will feature up to 400 healthcare executives, over 20 sponsors, and over 50 expert speakers. The conference will feature key speakers from CIGNA, Aetna, McDonalds, Black and Decker, CKR Restaurants and some of the largest associations in the country. This will be the first voluntary benefits and limited medical conference that features private one-on-one networking meetings. Attendees will be able to pre-schedule private one-on-one networking meetings. The Voluntary Benefits & Limited Medical Conference is the first conference focused on employers and affinity groups and is the official conference of Voluntary Benefits Magazine and Voluntary Benefits Association.