Synbiotix seals Health Matrix partnership
Riyadh, May 11, 2013
Synbiotix, a leading provider of clinical audit and governance solutions for the measuring and monitoring of clinical and non-clinical performance, has inked a partnership deal with Saudi-based Health Matrix Corporation.
A specialized Healthcare IT company serving healthcare providers and regulators in the Middle East region, Health Matrix said the agreement is aimed at bringing a new focus to the measuring and monitoring of clinical performance and governance in the region.
Synbiotix CEO Joe Lynham said the partnership with Health Matrix was a significant step forward for Synbiotix and would allow the company to work with an established leader in the provision of health IT solutions in the region.
"We are confident that the Middle East, which has long been of interest to us, represents great potential for growth and expansion and our solutions, which we have proven in the last ten years of operation in the UK and Cyprus, will allow the region to begin capturing meaningful and useful performance data which can be used to drive standards improvements in all areas of healthcare service provision," he remarked.
Commenting on the deal, Health Matrix CEO Abdul Rahman Qasim said, "Today, the Middle East healthcare sector faces a growing demand towards additional governance mechanisms to ensure efficient quality of treatment."
"Clinical governance itself presents a new challenge – to incorporate best practices of clinical audit and quality within healthcare organizations’ day-to-day operations," he pointed out.
"We are confident that Synbiotix has the right tools and know-how to bring an increasing multi-professionalparticipation within healthcare organizations and achieve better outcomes of care towards improved patient care," said Qasim.
Founded in 2003 and with offices in London, Cyprus and Ireland, Synbiotix is an established healthcare technology company delivering solutions to some of the largest and most respected healthcare organisations in the world.-TradeArabia News Service
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