Datamatix will organize the ‘GCC Health Care & Quality Service Culture Development Conference’ on 21-23 January, 2007 at the Le Meridien Dubai, UAE. The aim of the conference is to propose a complete and integrated healthcare system with greater public-private interaction inline with vision of governments in the Arab Gulf region.
The GCC Health Care Quality Service Culture Conference will be an initiative to closely examine existing practices in healthcare, provided by public and private organizations, and suggest various ways to enhance the quality of healthcare service. The opportunities and challenges faced by regional doctors, medical professionals, regulatory authorities, and healthcare providers will be discussed along with their role for re-structuring existing healthcare management and delivery channels. Equally important issues like pressure on healthcare due to rising population, rising expectations for quality healthcare, medical break-throughs, alternative healthcare models, current trends, quality control, global practices in hospital managements and case studies will be the highlight of this 3 day event.
The conference will be attended by Healthcare decision makers, strategists, policy advisors, doctors, department of health professionals and other executives from healthcare technology companies, managed care organizations, health insurers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and consulting firms from the Arab Gulf region and beyond.
Ali Al Kamali, Managing Director of Datamatix Group said as he spoke about the event, “A closer look at the overall state of the regional healthcare industry shows a rising divide between the performance of regional healthcare (public or private) organizations and the ever increasing demands on it from its citizens. This conference invites Health Ministers and other top decision makers from Ministries and Healthcare Departments, Doctors and others from related organizations in and around the region who will meet with experts, researchers and others who will bring a formidable depth of experience.”