Promote development of core philosophy of Eisai – the second hhc summit of Eisai China
On September 1, 2020, the second hhc summit of Eisai China Holdings Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Eisai China”) was successfully held in Shanghai. Feng Yanhui, senior vice president of Eisai Global, president of Eisai China, and chairman of Eisai China hhc Committee, led the senior management team of Eisai China and leaders of various departments to attend the summit.
Feng Yanhui delivered a speech
Feng Yanhui said at the summit that hhc is based on well-being improvement for patients and their families to achieve business innovation; hhc is the mission, core philosophy and original intention of Eisai China. All employees of Eisai China should not forget the original intention, carry forward the hhc spirit, meet the unmet needs of patients and their families, and keep increasing their business innovation ability in their daily work.
The highlight of this summit was the combination of theory and practice. At the same time, 8 groups of patients were invited, and all participants were divided into 8 groups. A socialization process was undergone, that is, the staff members communicated with the patients, their families and people living together with them, discovered their needs, and shared and discussed hhc needs and put forward innovative ideas.
Communication with patients (socialization)
At the summit, awards were presented to those award-winning hhc projects and outstanding hhc fulfillers of Eisai China in the 2019 fiscal year.
hhc committee members had a group photo taken with hhc award-winning representatives
hhc stands for the initials of “human health care”, is the foundation of the global concept of Eisai, and is consistent with the nursing concept of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The hhc logo is directly derived from the handwriting of Florence Nightingale.
The hhc philosophy is realized through the knowledge creation model -SECI Model, which is socialization, externalization, combination, and internalization respectively. The unmet needs of patients and their families are discovered through practice with the above model, and are met through actual work to realize business innovation.