The GCC healthcare environment is rapidly changing and flourishing with unprecedented demand in healthcare services. With the total healthcare spending expected to reach $60 billion by 2025, there is no doubt that the healthcare sector in the region would have never reached this point without adopting up-to-date innovate strategies, and of course technologies.
But for GCC countries, such demands are faced with great challenges, complicated by high growth rate of population, increasing chronic diseases, shortage of qualified healthcare professionals and transitions in healthcare systems. All these demands and challenges will require the development of healthcare policies and innovative strategies to effectively achieve an efficient delivery of healthcare to the people.
That’s why the 6th GCC Healthcare Innovation Congress is coming back this year to highlight on the most imperative themes which focus on utilising the best of technology to improve flow and clinical decisions, while reducing waste and minimising cost in the healthcare sector, aiming towards one end result that is high quality patient care.
The two day conference will give you the chance to meet and hear from the top notch industry leaders, policy and decision makers from all over the region who will share and exchange their experience over this innovative platform, emphasising on successful examples for regional initiatives and innovative projects, elaborating on the transformation that the healthcare field is going through, and setting plans for the good of the healthcare future in the GCC region, all these and more will be deliberated through interactive panel discussions, case studies, and live presentations.
Join us at the 6th GCC Healthcare Innovation Congress, where the leaders from the healthcare industry meet, to leverage your knowledge, showcase your practice, and network with peers from the industry.
Date of Event: April 30, 2019
GCC healthcare innovation congress
Medical congress will provide innovative strategies to improve the quality of healthcare delivery while reducing costs and assessing the latest medical and management technologies for improving patient care