International Corporate Health Leadership Council (the Council), was established in 2012 as a first-of-its-kind think tank. The Council is made up of the most senior leadership in corporate health with one goal in mind: to drive standards and policies that result in reducing risk and improving the delivery of healthcare to international travelers, expatriates (and their families) and employees in emerging markets, wherever they may live or work.
The Council operates under three fundamental holistic pillars: PEOPLE, PLACE and PURPOSE.
Utilizing trends in the workforce demographics to address efforts that will improve employee wellness, reduce medical risk, and ultimately have a positive impact on productivity.
Highlights health risks specific to workforce geographic locations and identifies the unique requirements needed to support the health of a globally mobile workforce.
Focuses on how corporate health can define your mission, as well as your ethos.
Conference: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Boundless Care for Protecting Your People Beyond Borders
4th Annual China Conference
November 23, 2017
On Thursday, November 23, International SOS China successfully hosted the 4th Annual China Conference in Beijing, themed with Boundless Care for Protecting Your People Beyond Borders. This year, they had a record 276 external attendees of 350 registrants, 15 guest speakers and panelists, 9 internal guest speakers, 6 exhibition booths, 7 media, all of which made the Annual Conference an exciting platform to interact with our clients, prospects and partners. International SOS medical and security experts, government representatives, well-known scholars, senior executives from China Communications Construction Company (CCCC), China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), China ZhenHua Oil, China Mobile, ABB, Tyco Electronics and other corporate representatives gathered together at this grand summit.
In addition, during this event, the International Corporate Health Leadership Council's 2018 International Corporate Health Trends Report and corresponding infographics were presented. The information highlighted the new and evolving trends within international corporate health through the Council's framework of People, Place and Purpose. The session received positive feedback from attendees.
- Dr. Zhang Shu