The Healthcare Leader Development Association of Thailand will hold its first academic conference on “Navigating Healthcare through Leadership Development” at the Royal Golden Jubilee Building in Bangkok tomorrow and Friday.

The conference will hear from many chief executives and academics in the healthcare industry, including former Minister and Senator Mechai Viravaidya, Bangkok Hospital’s chief executive Chatree Duangnet, Bumrungrad International Hospital’s chief executive Mack Banner, and Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration’s associate Professor Siriyupa Roongrerngsuke.

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