Ms. Jing DiPiero, Founder and CEO of DPR Consulting, LLC, was appointed board director at WSCRC’s board meeting on May 3, 2018.
Jing DiPiero grew up in Beijing, China, received her MBA degree and CPA designation in the United States along with extended experience in finance, hitech and management. She is the founder and CEO of DPR Consulting, LLC, an organization established by industry leaders in healthcare and global business. DPR introduces, educates and offers comprehensive medical solutions to Chinese patients, medical practitioners and administrators. It also works with Chinese hospitals and local governments in the field of medicine, innovation and health. DPR has partnered with the National Health and Family Planning Commission in medical exchanges that include the oncology conference co-hosted by DPR and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance in China. As a believer of medical innovation and scientific advancement, DPR has been working with technology companies in Seattle on application of AR technology in medical education and HIMSS EMR system development.
DPR recently hosted another successful year of the Precision Medicine Conference in China. This year’s conference was co-hosted by Suzhou Municipal Hospital with over 200 oncologists in attendance from Suzhou, Nanjing, Shanghai, and many other cities. Jing DiPiero delivered a welcome speech along with President of Jiangsu Providence Medical Association, Ms. Yonghong Wang, Director of Health Commission in Suzhou, Dr. Weiliang Tan, Dr. Jennie Crews, medical director of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).
A strong team of oncologists, radiologist and oncology surgeons from SCCA spoke at the conference alongside leading oncologists from China about solid tumors, cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment. A mock tumor board and a TedX presentation on lung cancer were among the highlights of the two-day conference.
DPR currently operates with an office in Beijing and is in the process of adding 2-4 offices in Southeast coastal cities to better service individual patients, hospitals, medical schools and companies in the space of Medicine, Health and Innovation in China.
“Jing DiPiero’s seasoned expertise on healthcare in China enhances WSCRC’s efforts to raise awareness about cross-border collaboration between the Pacific Northwest medical technology innovation community and their counterparts in China. As a new board director, Jing will chair WSCRC’s “Healthcare in China” working group,” stated WSCRC President Mercy Kuo.