Riyadh: King Fahad Medical City to host global digital innovators on the 17th – 18th April at the King Fahad Medical City Auditorium along with 500+ senior health professionals from across Saudi Arabia to discuss, share, learn, network and implement future technologies.
Set under the theme of Digital Healthcare Innovation, this programme focusses on the better healthcare delivery through digitization. Hisham Hout, Middle East Region President of Hill- Rom, the platinum sponsor to the programme stated “The Kingdom is dedicated to innovation in healthcare, and Hill-Rom wants to partner in that endeavor.” He further added that “Our vision of advancing connected care fits the Kingdom’s goals perfectly, and we are honored to play an important, growing role in helping to improve healthcare here and across the region.”
Furthermore, Engr. Thamer Al Awadh, VP sales and Marketing at ATS Ware the gold sponsor to the programme added “ATS has followed-up the rapid change in technology and standards and its impact in facilitating better healthcare automation in the kingdom. This was clear in the recent requirements of MoH from its HIS vendors. ATS has added lots of functions to fulfill these requirements. ATS has paid special attention to the new SEHE project and its published interoperability requirement, and the need to feed the national health data center with relevant data. ATS has passed majority of MoH requested IHE profile actors.”
Commenting on HCI sponsorship to the programme, Rami Saad, General Manager Middle East at HCI Group stated “I believe the Saudi healthcare market is quite diverse. On one hand you have the providers that are looking to upgrade their legacy IT systems to meet the growing clinical and business requirements that these systems can no longer handle, and on the other hand, you have public and private health providers that have made those IT investments and are now interested in extracting value from the data they are capturing to achieve business and clinical outcomes and provide better patient experience. On top of that, we have new government initiatives that are requiring providers to address revenue cycle management and interoperability. Wherever providers are in their digital health transformation, I am proud to say that we have all the necessary capabilities to assist them achieve their objectives.” he commented.
"FUJIFILM is delighted to show for the first time in Saudi Market the latest AI Technology part of Enterprise Imaging Solutions" said Mr. Jun Higuchi, Managing Director, FUJIFILM Middle East FZE. They will also be showcasing their latest innovation at this high profile by invitation only programme.
President & CEO of Imprivata, one of the key sponsors of the Digital Healthcare Innovation programme stated “Imprivata is proud to support healthcare’s digital transformation, enhancing focus on the patient by improving clinical workflow efficiency and effectiveness with easier and safer access to patient records for hospitals in Saudi Arabia, in line with the objectives of the Kingdom’s National Transformation Program 2020 and Saudi Vision 2030.”
To enquire, learn or register to the programme,
Please visit: www.saudihealthcareshow.com
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