The German Healthcare Partnership (GHP) expands its strategic alignment. As decided by its members in their general assembly beginning of July, the GHP will work together with the German Healthcare Export Group e.V. (GHE) and the German-Sino Healthcare Group (GSHCG) as joint GHA – German Health Alliance in order to synergistically bundle members, expertise and activities.
The work of the GHA is aiming to precisely address in a dedicated manner the growing international demand in leading health expertise of German players with their innovations, high-quality technologies, products, solutions and services.
In its multi-sectoral and cross-actor composition, the GHA consists of about 100 leading German organizations from private sector, NGOs and foundations as well as science & academia. As an initiative of the Federation of German Industries e.V. (BDI), the GHA will cover a very broad spectrum of health expertise.“
German Healthcare Partnership (GHP)
The GHP, renamed to GHA beginning of July, has been jointly established by the German government and the Federation of German Industries (BDI) in 2010. The GHP brings together more than 50 internationally oriented German organizations practically from all sectors, thus combining an extremely broad spectrum of health expertise, particularly in the area of health system strengthening.
German Healthcare Export Group (GHE)
Founded in 1991, with its around 40 industrial and commercial companies in the medical technology industry, the German Healthcare Export Group e.V. (GHE) represents successfully for over 25 years as a German export association of medical technology about 70% of the equipment of a hospital.
German-Sino Healthcare Group (GSHCG)
The GSHCG is an association of German and Chinese organizations, established in 2006. On the basis of a framework agreement between the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and the National Development and Reform Commission of the People’s Republic of China (NDRC), the GSHCG aims to exchanging know-how and technologies in context to an integrated healthcare system.