Health records summit moved to Dubai
Dubai, February 26, 2011
A major electronic health records summit that was scheduled to be hosted in Bahrain has been moved to Dubai due to the unrest in the region.
The Middle East Electronic Health Records Summit 2011, organised by IQPC, is now set to take place in Amwaj Rotana, Jumeirah Beach from March 20 to 23.
Health authorities from the Mena region will gather to examine existing and future challenges in implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR).
The prominent speaker faculty includes Dr Mohammad Al Redha, acting director health data & information analysis department - health policy & strategy sector, Dubai Healthcare Authority.
The summit will discuss the implementation of successful electronic health record systems as the way forward for enabling better clinical decision-making and preventative care, structured management of chronic diseases, freeing up hospital resources, eliminating errors and to support the privatisation of healthcare in the region to acquire an integrated e-health environment. – TradeArabia News Service
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