Strengthening Collaborations in Vietnam

TruScreen’s CEO, Dr Beata Edling, and Lead Commercial Manager for APAC, Dr. Jerry Tan, recently travelled to Vietnam to support the company's growing presence in the local market.

The trip was to strengthen relationships, gain first-hand understanding of the market, and set the platform for accelerating performance and business growth in the coming year. During their visit, the TruScreen team reviewed detailed market access plans and growth opportunities with the Gorton Health Services (GHS), TruScreen’s Distributor in Vietnam. GHS has achieved Ministry of Health approval in new 2 key public hospitals, with plans for implementation of TruScreen in four other major hospitals well advanced and our technology has gained strong support from key opinion leaders (KOLs).

Meeting with the Board of Directors of Hung Vuong Hospital, Ho Chi Mihn City

Drs Edling and Tan also visited several prominent hospitals, including Hung Vuong Gynaecology Hospital, where they met with Dr. Nghiem, Deputy Director, and other senior doctors and managers to explore potential collaborations to create a model of care based on TruScreen’s technology. This meeting offered a valuable opportunity for the TruScreen delegation to interact with Vietnamese hospitals and listen to doctors’ feedback regarding TruScreen’s screening technology. The feedback received from the doctors of Hung Vuong Hospital was overwhelmingly positive. They acknowledged the immense potential of TruScreen’s Optical-Electrical technology in Vietnam, recognising the numerous advantages it brings to both patients and healthcare professionals. The technology’s ability to facilitate rapid screening and early detection of cervical cancer were well received by the hospital’s medical staff, including the Director of Gynaecological Services.

TruScreen is confident on the potential in Vietnam and that we can make a significant impact on Vietnam’s cervical cancer screening landscape. We have a committed and professional distributor in GHS, and strong support from key opinion leaders.