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Victoria, British Columbia
Canada V9C 4A6
E-mail: info@cadsi.ca
Phone: +1-250-4786175
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June 2009:  Launching International Medical Travel Services

International Medical Travel Services to TAIWAN
facilitates world class, high quality and affordable medical treatment and healthcare tourism in Taiwan.  We serve as a gateway to high quality medical/healthcare services in Taiwan

  • JCI-accredited and other internationally renewed medical centers
  • Low cost, high quality comprehensive Medical, Surgical, Dental and other health-related services
  • Consultation, program development and coordination
  • Facilitation between patients-clients and service providers

For general inquiries and/or free initial consultation, please contact us by e-mail.

May 2009: Journal Publication of Manuscript Edited by CADSI Consultants

A scientific paper entitled “Spatiotemporal analysis of air pollution and asthma patient visits in Taipei,
Taiwan“was accepted for publication by International Journal of Health Geographics (International Journal of Health Geographics 2009, 8:26 doi:10.1186/1476-072X-8-26).  The original manuscript was edited by CADSI consultants.

January 2009: Taiwan Vision 2020 Project

  Vision 2020 (www.vision2020.tw) is an internet-based, multi-faceted project sponsored by Research, Development and Evaluation Commission of Taiwan central government.  The objective is to provide a web-based platform for the general public to participate in vision-forming discussions on such topics as “health”, “human right”, “culture”, “cross-straight issues”, “environment”, “society”, “lifestyle”, “family”, etc.  For “HEALTH” of the project, CADSI consultants provided support in strategic development and content design.  “Health” component of this project has achieved one of the highest participation rates.

August 2008:  Charitable Activities in Collaboration with Step One Services Society



Members of Canadian Allied Development Services International actively participated in various fundraising activities sponsored by Step One Services Society (SOS), a grass-root non-profit organization based in Metchosin, British Columbia, Canada.  Through this collaboration, 105 new desks were purchased for the primary school in Gatenga, Rwanda, L’Ecole Primaire Nyanza in April, 2008.  One of our friends from Rwanda commented, “I just wanted to let you know that the desks have changed the lives of the students in Gatenga School… Students are doing much better as they are sitting and not standing.”  CADSI will continue to support SOS in other international service projects.  SOS information can be found at www.step1services.org

December 2007:  Medical Tourism Workshop

Commissioned by Taiwan Task Force for Medical Travel (TTFMT), CADSI consultants designed and delivered in Taipei a 2-day comprehensive workshop.  This program development workshop, attended by 20 senior hospital officials responsible for international medical services, covered such topics as 

  • Environmental scan and background
  • Service product development
  • Building blocks and case studies
  • Development of policy and procedure manual.

This workshop achieved a satisfaction rate of 87.4% based on a post-workshop survey.

October 2007:   Chinese Medical Doctor Association (CMDA) Delegation Visit


           
With a grant from a multinational company for Greater China Region, CADSI developed and executed a professional program for a delegation from China, consisting of senior members of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association (CMDA; www.cmda.gov.cn). The delegation was particularly interested in (1) Canadian healthcare system, (2) best practice in hospital management, (s) hospital operation of Central Supplies Department. The professional program included presentations by Canadian healthcare experts in British Columbia. Among all the speakers were Dr. Penny Ballum, former Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Kendal Ho, associate dean of UBC Faculty of Medicine, and Dr. David Ostrow, Senior Vice President of Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.  The delegation toured 3 major hospitals in the Greater Vancouver area as well as the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario.




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