Asian Experience Awards 2023 Winner: Roche Hong Kong

Asian Experience Awards 2023 Winner: Roche Hong Kong

Roche Hong Kong is revolutionising patient care with their Cancer 101 programme.

Roche Hong Kong's General Manager, Dr. Diana Liu & Healthcare System Partner, Kennis Chang, and the Hong Kong Pharmaceutical Services Foundation Chairman, S.C. Chiang, discussed the initiative's impact on serving 500 lung cancer patients and caregivers over three years. The programme's patient-centric approach provides timely support and vital resources to navigate Hong Kong's complex healthcare system.

To learn more about their Hong Kong Customer Experience of the Year - Pharmaceuticals accolade, visit here.

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