The GCC's current focus on healthcare investment means the region is poised to position itself as a leader in this critical field and stay at the forefront of implementing new technologies, pioneering new methods, and delivering value to practitioners and patients alike. Investments to upgrade hospitals and clinics, build new facilities, and enforce mandatory health insurance schemes have all been made recently, with governments also encouraging the private sector to invest in healthcare. Stakeholders are looking for innovative and cost-effective ways to deliver patient-centred, technology-enabled "smart" healthcare, both inside and outside clinic and hospital walls, with "quality", "outcomes", and "value" being the current industry buzzwords.
The "Middle East Health Revolution Summit" will discuss Health transformation through health information and technology while improving the quality, safety, and efficiency of health, and patient outcomes, the summit will share great models of care from all around the world. The meeting will be attended by top leaders from the healthcare. The congress will bring all healthcare stakeholders together including healthcare leaders from health authorities, providers from both the government and private sector, public policy makers, IT directors, Hospital C- suite and more.
from: AED 500.0
to: AED 2500.0
Speakers: •Dr. Hamad Al Mehyas, Chief Process Officer, Daman, UAE, •Ms. Lina Jichi, Manager of Health Financing Advisory and Monitoring Department, Strategy Division, Department of Health - Abu Dhabi, UAE, •Mr. Joe Boulos, Group Chief Executive Officer, NAS Administration Services, UAE, •Mr. Ioannis Tzitzikas, Chief Operating Officer, Oman Insurance Company , UAE, •Mr. Shyam Sankar, General Manager, RAK Insurance, UAE, •Ms. Carole Khalife, Head of Strategy and Innovation, Al-Futtaim Willis Co., UAE, •Dr. Yaser Sabsabi, Director, Revenue Management, American Hospital, UAE, •Ms. Carole Khalife, Head of Strategy and Innovation, Al-Futtaim Willis Co., UAE