GHA BACKGROUND

The GHA – German Health Alliance has been established by uniting the member organizations, activities and competencies of the German Healthcare Partnership (GHP), the German Healthcare Export Group (GHEG) and the German-Sino Healthcare Group (GSHCG). The experience of GHA is therefore based on almost 30 years of activities with international focus.

In the German Healthcare Partnership (GHP), which has been stablished in 2010 jointly by the German government and BDI, 52 leading German actors from the private sector, the non-governmental sector, and science & academia have been active, covering a broad range of health expertise and addressing the international demand for healthcare system know-how and highest quality solutions & services by building partnerships in Global Health and by providing systemic strategies for strengthening health systems and health infrastructures. The German Healthcare Partnership (GHP) has been renamend to GHA – German Health Alliance in July 2019.

In the German Healthcare Export Group (GHE), established in the year 1991, 42 innovative and strongly growing companies from the area of medical technologies have come together to encourage an exchange of information and experiences between members and to serve as internationally proven partner for highest quality medical technologies. GHE represented almost the entire medical technology product range. The GHE combined innovative technology, high quality products „Made in Germany“ with excellent services and attendances, which included a key focus on a joint presence at the leading trade fairs like MEDICA and Arab Health.

The German-Sino-Healthcare Group e.V. (GSHCG), established 2006, has brought together German organizations and leading Chinese stakeholders in the healthcare sector, sharing know-how and technologies related to integrated healthcare. On basis of a framework agreement between the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), GSHCG strives to strengthen the bilateral cooperation in all areas of healthcare, including Hospital Planning, Hospital Management, Medical Technologies and Hospital Equipment, Pharmaceuticals, Research & Development, Education & Training.

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