Ministry of Health Oman, Naseba to host summit
Muscat, September 20, 2011
Healthcare professionals and solution providers from around the globe will discuss the potential advancements in the sector at the Healthcare Expansion Summit to be held later this month.
Oman Ministry of Health, and French business information company Naseba, will organise and host the summit which will provide a pivotal platform that will contribute to the success of Oman's healthcare sector to be held on September 26 and 27.
“The Oman Ministry of Health is proud to support and co-organise the Oman Health - Healthcare Expansion Summit. This is a significant platform for healthcare in the Middle East,” said Dr Qamra Said Al Sariri, director of planning, directorate general for Health Services Muscat, at the Ministry of Health, Oman.
One of the leading sponsors to speak at the event is Microsoft, whose keynote presentation will emphasise the important part IT technologies are playing in the progression of healthcare delivery.
A panel of international speakers will be in attendance over the course of the two days. They include Abdul Raham Al Touqi - director general for IT at Ministry of Health Oman, John Dalli - European commissioner for health, Dr Sadik Kodakat - chairman of Starcare Health Systems UK, Dr Abdulkareem Al Olama - executive director of planning and quality at Dubai Healthcare City, and Michael Sheldon - country manager for Muscat Private Hospital.
Jean Philippe Bonsaudo, event producer at Naseba said: “The summit’s objectives are perfectly aligned to the Ministry’s mission for the future.”
“These include improving the quality of all healthcare services, upgrading hospitals and all other health institutions at sub-regional, regional and national levels, and strengthening healthcare systems research, which will enhance Oman’s healthcare services in terms of their cost effectiveness and optimum utilisation of all resources,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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