Ms. Lipson has over 20 years of experience in various aspects of the medical industry including pharmaceuticals, capital medical equipment and consumable products marketing and distribution, and hospital management.
Since Ms. Lipson co-founded Chindex in 1981, the company has expanded from its core business of capital medical equipment sales and marketing to medical consumables, healthcare related consumer products and, most recently, healthcare delivery. Ms. Lipson has been the creative force behind the Beijing United Family Hospital and the United Family Hospitals concept, and has been central to the implementation of the projects.
Ms. Lipson is a recognized expert in the area of Healthcare in China and has shared this expertise in many forums. In 1998, Ms. Lipson authored the Healthcare section of the AMCHAM-China’s White paper on American Business in China 1998-2001. Ms. Lipson frequently speaks on issues related to the healthcare industry in China. An active member of the business community in Beijing for almost 20 years, Ms. Lipson worked on and provided leadership to several committees of the American Chamber of Commerce, as well as acts as an advisor to the medical subgroup of the U.S. Department of Commerce-China JCCT Negotiations.
She holds an MBA from Columbia University and a B.A. in History from Brandeis University.