Lin Jianhua, MHA

Dr. Lin Jianhua is Vice-President for QRI in Asia Pacific.   He is a member of the Global leadership team, collaborating with the overall business and growth strategy for the Asia Pacific region.

From 2012-2014, Dr. Lin served as the Project Manager for the “Improve Healthcare Quality, Ensure Patient Safety” QRI project in partnership with the Chinese Hospital Association and sponsored by Baxter (China) Investment Co., Ltd.

With nearly 30 years of professional experience in the healthcare industry in China, he has provided advisory guidance and has held leadership positions in the public sector of Chinese Medicine.   In prior positions, he has served as a leader in the Chinese Medical Association, Shanghai Branch for over 20 years, primarily organizing international biomedical professional exchange programs.   He was Deputy Director of the Department of External Relations and the Chief of the Administrative Office at the Chinese Hospital Association.

He was instrumental in establishing the WHO Collaborative Development Center in China and participated in the reform of the social security system, supported by the World Bank in early 1990’s.   His first efforts to establish standardized medical practices in China was in 1998, when he organized nearly 600 top medical experts and key opinion leaders in Shanghai to draft “The Diagnosis and treatment Protocol in Shanghai” (9 Volumes).  Dr. Lin was the first to translate “JCI International Hospital Standards” into Chinese in 2002.  From 2003, he came to work at Huashan Hospital, Fudan University, where he was responsible for the strategic partnership project with Harvard Medical University and as an Assistant President and Director of International Cooperation at Huashan Hospital.

He completed a Fellowship in Community Medicine at the Department of Community Medicine of Mt. Sinai Medical Center where he received training in the field of Healthcare Delivery System Planning and Health Policy Analysis.  He is fluent in Chinese and English.