China's Dehaier appoints chief technology officer
This article was originally published in Clinica
Dehaier Medical Systems, a Chinese manufacturer of respiratory and oxygen homecare devices, has appointed Xiaoqing Wang chief technology officer. Dr Wang has over 20 years of biomedical engineering experience: before joining Dehaier, he was director of the Beijing Taijie Magneto-electrical Institute, which develops nuclear magnetic resonance technology, for six years. Before this, he was chief engineer of Beijing Wandong Medical Equipment, China's largest medical equipment manufacturer. Dr Wang replaces Yong Wang, who resigned from the position after eight years due to personal reasons, according to the company. Beijing-based Dehaier develops and assembles its own brand devices and homecare products from third-party components, and also distributes products developed by other companies including US firm Welch Allyn and Germany's Heyer Medical. Dehaier is currently looking for partners that wish to expand their business in China.