Held a Seminar Organized by Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia
On October 3, 2023, TXP Medical Co. Ltd. held a seminar organized by the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM). The theme of this seminar was "EMERGENCY MEDICINE IN JAPAN AND HOW JAPAN IS.” Three speakers delivered presentations on emergency medicine's current status and challenges in Japan, TXP Medical's initiatives in response to these challenges, and the company's overseas expansion, including its business in Malaysia. Especially the information system in emergency medicine, critical care made in Japan, and mobile vehicles equipped with ECMO (Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) livened up the discussion among the participants.
On that day, more than 30 participants from private hospitals in Kuala Lumpur, including Prince Court Medical Centre, Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur, and Pantai Hospitals, gathered together for enthusiastic discussions and information exchange.
Venue：Kuala Lumpur Hilton
Date and Time：October 3rd 18:00-21:00 (MST)
Theme："EMERGENCY MEDICINE IN JAPAN AND HOW JAPAN IS.”
Welcome by President of APHM
Datuk Dr Kuljit Singh
Company Overview & Product Description (NSER Series, NEXT Stage ICU)
Dr. Yuta IWAMOTO
Head of Overseas Business Development TXP Medical
Digital Transformation of Emergency Medicine System in Japan
Dr. Tomohiro SONOO
Chief Executive Officer TXP Medical
Lifesaving operation with ECMO-equipped car
Dr. Takayuki OGURA
ECMO Coordinator of Japan ECMO net, and Director of the Tochigi Emergency Center
APHM was established in 1972. It is the sole association representing private hospitals in Malaysia and currently has over 100 members throughout Malaysia. One of the core objectives of APHM is to develop and maintain a uniformly high standard of patient care, skills, services, and professionalism in its member hospitals.
TXP Medical began its pilot project in Malaysia in August last year, collaborating with four university hospitals. In the future, we aim to expand our solutions to private hospitals, not only in the field of emergency medicine but also in the area of intensive care, through our solutions, contributing to the improvement of the quality of healthcare.
We express our gratitude to the members of the APHM for their organization and participation in making this seminar a success.