Health Matrix key sponsor for Doha summit
Doha, March 4, 2013
Health Matrix, a leading health care IT solutions provider with offices in Saudi Arabia and Jordan, has signed up as a key sponsor of an upcoming health care and patient safety conference in Doha.
Partnering for a Healthier Population and Safer Care will be held on April 14 and 15, and will showcase Canadian and international health care quality and patient safety expertise.
This inaugural conference will bring together approximately 400 health executives, administrators, and clinicians in a unique, practice-oriented format. Participants will be encouraged to share their successful health care quality improvement and patient safety practices.
“We are proud to be part of this innovative event. We are combining our expertise and dedication in the local health care sector with what our partners at Datix have to offer in risk management and patient safety. This will create a one-of-a-kind, powerful patient safety and risk management framework,” said Abdul Rahman Qasim, chief executive officer at Health Matrix.
The conference workshops and sessions are organized around several themes: quality improvement, patient safety systems, governance and leadership, organizational challenges and development, developing national accreditation systems, and Required Organizational Practices.
Sessions are suited to a wide range of audience members, including health executives, hospital management and administrators, and patient safety teams.
“Health Matrix is a well-established and well-regarded leader in eHealth in Qatar, as well as in the broader region. We are very pleased to welcome them as a sponsor for the conference,” said Sébastien Audette, chief executive officer at Accreditation Canada International, a global leader in health care quality improvement and patient safety services. – TradeArabia News Service
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