Better Health Systems

Healthier People

Innovation through Collaborations

The ideal platform to facilitate health collaborations between Australia and China

Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA) is an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in Victoria Australia. ACHA aims to accelerate collaboration and development in the health and medical research sector of Australia and China. ACHA is supported by Victorian government, medical research institutes and NGOs in Victoria.

ACHA links up Australian expertise, research innovation and talents in the health sector to China’s demand for health industry development, aimed to facilitate better health systems development and accelerate medical innovation.

UprAsia cohort 4 open now!

August 02, 2020

UprAsia cohort 4 is open for EOI now. 

Webinar: Hospital Responses to COVID-19

May 28, 2020

In May 2020, ACHA facilitated Prof Qi Zhang, Vice President at the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University to share her hospital's experience in fighting the COVID19 outbreak via a webinar.

UprAsia Cohort 3 Completed

June 29, 2020

15 founders and executives from 11 healthtech startups joined in Cohort 3 program.

Australia China HealthTech Investment Forum Online

April 28, 2020

Australia China HealthTech Investment Forum was conducted online successfully. Ten Australian HealthTech companies presented their products to over 20 investment companies.

ACHA Contributed Australia Expertise in China International Forum on Elderly Health

November 28, 2019

Mr Jason Sun and Ms Allison Lovell from ACHA were invited to give speaks on the China International Forum on Elderly Health in Guangdong, China. 

The Success of Australia China Health Summit in Melbourne

September 16, 2019

On September 17, 2019, the Australian China Health Summit 2019 co-hosted by the Australian China Business Council (ACBC) and the Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA), was successfully held at the Langham Hotel, Melbourne. With the focus on medical big data and artificial intelligence (AI), the Summit received strong support and active participation.

ACHA UprAsia July Trip Run Successfully

As a part of the Victorian Government supported UprAsia program, ACHA organised and led an Australian healthcare delegation visiting China. The delegation travelled to Guangzhou and Shenzhen in the China’s Greater Bay Area- the most open and economically dynamic region in the country. Watch the video clip for the highlights of the trip.  

ACHA assisted the first productive engagement by Northern Territory Health to Shenzhen

September 03, 2018

From Aug 29 to Sep 1, a delegation from Northern Territory Health (NT Health) visited Shenzhen, led by Professor Leonard Notaras, the Executive Director of Australia’s National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre located in Darwin. Both Northern Territory and Shenzhen counterparts recognised great potential for further communication and exchange as well as constructive collaboration. Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA) is delighted to be able to assist with this successful mission. 

With endorsement and supervision from Bureau of Medical Administration, National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, the First China-Australia Hospital Accreditation and Medical Quality Seminar was held in Beijing on 28 April 2018, co-organised by National Institute of Hospital Administration (NIHA) in China and Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA). 

The Australian Voice in China’s High-level Forum on Hospital Quality Improvement

June 30, 2018

In the late June 2018, National Institute of Hospital Administration(NIHA), which is affiliated to China Commission of Health, hosted the International Forum for Hospital Evaluation and Quality Improvement in Wuhan, China. Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA), as the international partner of this event, brought its strategic partner the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) to the conference and spoke a load Australian voice to introduce and promote Australian health system and hospital accreditation.

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