CABS E-Club: Fireside Chat about the Current State and Future Trend of Digital Health in China

Date: September 16, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – @ 4:00 pm
Location: Jones Day office in Palo Alto, 1755 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303

CABS E-Club September 2017 Event

Fireside Chat about the Current State and Future Trend of Digital Health in China


David Chen, Co-Founder, former Vice Chairman & President of VanceInfo; Chairman of HYSTA (Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association); Operating Partner, Sequoia CBC Cross Border Digital Fund; Venture Advisor of West Summit Capital; Chief Advisor of CEC Data

An Doan, Attorney, Jones Day

Location: Jones Day office in Palo Alto, 1755 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303

TimeSeptember 16, 2017Saturday, 1:30-4:00pm


1:30-2:00 Registration and networking

2:00-3:30 Fireside chat and round-table discussions

3:30-4:00 Networking (refreshments provided)

Registration: here

Dear E-Club members,

I am excited to announce that we are honored to have Mr. David Chen, a successful founder, investor, and industry veteran in the IT sector, and Ms. An Doan, an attorney at Jones Day, to give us a fireside chat about the digital health industry.

Mr. David Chen will give us a picture of the current state of the digital health industry in the US and China and share his wisdom on the future trends of digital health in China based on his long-time experience operating companies, consulting VC firms, and interacting with regulatory agencies in China.  Ms. An Doan has kindly agreed to moderate the chat and share her understanding about digital health based on her experience representing technology companies as an attorney.

This is a great opportunity for people who are interested in starting, running, or investing in digital health companies to get fresh perspectives about this industry.  Come to spend time and share insights with fellow E-Club members, partners and collaborators.

Please register here by Friday, September 15th if you would like to join the event. Look forward to seeing many of you on September 16!

Best regards,

Alexis Ji

Chair, CABS E-Club


David Chen

Co-Founder, former Vice Chairman & President of VanceInfo

Chairman of HYSTA (Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association)

Operating Partner, Sequoia CBC Cross Border Digital Fund

Venture Advisor of West Summit Capital

Chief Advisor of CEC Data

David Chen is co-Founder and former Vice Chairman & President of VanceInfo, one of the largest China based IT services firms with more than 20,000 associates. He oversaw strategy and daily operations between 2001 and 2010. Before it went public in 2007 at NYSE, VanceInfo was backed by prominent VCs including DCM, Sequoia Capital and Legend Capital.

Prior to co-founding VanceInfo, David held multiple management and technical positions at Asera, IBM/Crossworlds, KPMG Consulting, Oracle and UCSF Medical Center.

David is passionate about fostering the spirit of entrepreneurship and technological innovation across China and the US.  He is the Chairman of HYSTA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to entrepreneurship and leadership among Chinese professionals and entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.   He is also an active angel investor and currently serves as board member for, Medicinovo and SocialTouch. 

David earned his degree of Master of Science in Computer Engineering from University of California, Irvine and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Tongji University.

An P. Doan

Attorney, Jones Day


Ms. An Doan practices intellectual property law with emphasis on technology transactions involving the development and transfer of intellectual property rights. She advises clients on structuring, drafting, and negotiating IP development agreements (e.g., strategic alliance, joint venture, joint development, collaboration, and research agreements); IP commercialization and license agreements; and services, supply, manufacturing, OEM, reseller, and distribution arrangements, among other complex technology transactions. An also represents buyers and sellers in domestic and cross-border corporate transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, counseling on intellectual property matters including due diligence and transitional arrangements. She has extensive experience in the computer hardware and software, education, and energy industries.

An also represents clients in patent litigations in federal courts and in post-grant proceedings before the USPTO. She has represented companies in patent cases relating to a variety of technologies, including semiconductor circuitry, fabrication, and packaging, GPS, display systems, image and video compression, signal processing, and smart cards. An has significant experience handling all stages of patent litigation, including developing and executing case strategies, managing discovery, preparing infringement and invalidity contentions, taking and defending depositions and preparing witnesses, drafting expert reports and dispositive motions, arguing motions, and preparing post-trial briefs.

In 2016, An spent most of the year at a firm client, Chevron Corporation, providing legal support to Chevron Technology Marketing (TEMA) — the commercialization center for Chevron's hydrocracking and refinery technology. In her capacity as TEMA's corporate counsel, An handled all legal matters for TEMA, including advising the business team on structuring commercial relationships, preparing and negotiating commercial and technology contracts, and counseling on corporate governance issues.