Top South Korean Telehealth Companies to Appear at Korean Telemedicine Consortium in Maryland

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Free international event takes place December 5th-6th with five South Korean telehealth companies offering one-on-one meetings with potential partners interested in their products

All eyes in the field of mobile health technology will be focused on National Harbor, Maryland as the Korean Telemedicine Consortium, sponsored by the Korean Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), takes place next week. The conference is free for all to attend, and it’s being held in conjunction with the mHealth Summit, a conference that explores and examines the ways mobile technology can transform and improve healthcare.

Five of the top South Korean telehealth companies will appear at the Korean Telemedicine Consortium, offering the opportunity for one-on-one meeting with prospective buyers and partners for their products. The event will be held Monday December 5th through Tuesday December 6th from 10am-5pm both days at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, Azalea Conference Hall #1.

American and global companies and professionals in the healthcare and medical technology industries are cordially invited to attend this exciting event at no cost.
Leaders from the U.S. and South Korea will meet to discuss and discover business collaboration opportunities, helping to bring the latest mobile healthcare technology to the marketplace. The five South Korean companies are looking specifically for independent agents, firms in the biotech industry, and others who are looking for a potential partnership.

The companies and products appearing at the Korean Telemedicine Consortium include:

  • H3 System: Tele-healthcare systems, receives health data from measuring devices and transmits them into a healthcare center through mobile networks
  • BioSpace: ’InBody’, non-invasive full body measurement with in-depth results in less than 1 minute
  • DongJin Medical: ‘i-Scope 200′, the innovative digital stethoscope and auscultation
  • Cymedi: Portable Urine Analyzer, predicts up to 70 potential health concerns
  • Insung Information: ‘Hicare’, the first Korean medical device that has activated interactive communication between an automatic electronic blood pressure meter and wireless medical devices through the external interface.

Registration is required to attend the event, but the conference is complimentary. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with top Korean executives to explore the possibilities of collaborating together.

For conference registration and additional details, visit the Korean Telemedicine Consortium website at


KOTRA is a non-profit government organization that functions to provide marketing support, business matchmaking, and market research services. Since its establishment in 1962, KOTRA has been dedicated to promoting trade and direct investment in Korea's various industry sectors. KOTRA's 111 branch Korea Business Centers are located in the major cities of 76 countries. In the United States alone, there are eight Korea Business Centers. For more information, please visit


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