Speakers

23
Apr
2017

23-04-2017 9:00 am - 24-04-2017 4:00 pm
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
AlHada Area, Mekkah Road Riyadh , Riyadh 12912 Saudi Arabia
2,625.00SR
Earn 13 HRS of AHIMA CEs for Biannual Requirements and a free AHIMA membership for one year In conjunction with the C3 Saudi-American Healthcare Forum, this AHIMA workshop is being offered for physicians, leaders and managers in healthcare institutions to provide a foundation to clinical documentation principles and practices. Successful completion will result in 13 Hours of AHIMA CEs that individuals with AHIMA certifications/registrations may use to apply toward biannual requirements.
2,625.00SR 15
25
Apr
2016

25-04-2016 9:00 am -10:30 am
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
AlHada Area, Mekkah Road Riyadh , Riyadh 12912 Saudi Arabia
300.00SR
The objective of this workshop is to identify collaborative opportunities and disciplines across an organizational infrastructure in order to establish a baseline for assessing patient safety initiatives. Changing a hospital's patient safety climate is critical for decreasing errors and providing optimal patient care. For these reasons, healthcare organizations in Saudi Arabia have been actively pursuing efforts to improve quality and safety of patient healthcare services. Several procedures have been implemented to improve patient safety mainly through establishing standards and initiating accreditation schemes. Characteristics of a strong and proactive safety culture are generally thought to include: leadership commitment; documenting and reporting patient errors; encouraging and practicing nurse/doctor teamwork; identification of potential operational and/or 'human' hazards; and systemic data collection and reporting for analyzing adverse events.
300.00SR
25
Apr
2016

25-04-2016 10:45 am -12:15 pm
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
AlHada Area, Mekkah Road Riyadh , Riyadh 12912 Saudi Arabia
300.00SR
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are becoming increasingly prevalent as a means of providing private sector investment and expertise working in partnership with Governments to deliver public services. In the Middle East a number of countries are establishing legislative frameworks for PPPs. So far in Saudi Arabia however, PPPs have been implemented on an ad-hoc basis with no formal strategic framework to deliver healthcare policy objectives. The aim of this workshop will be to demystify PPPs and to explore how their use can help to address the long-term issues facing healthcare in Saudi Arabia. We will discuss the potential for PPPs to deliver world-class healthcare infrastructure and clinical services together with the different approaches to policy and legislative
300.00SR 8
25
Apr
2016

25-04-2016 1:00 pm -2:30 pm
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
AlHada Area, Mekkah Road Riyadh , Riyadh 12912 Saudi Arabia
300.00SR
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has given high priority to the development of health care services at all levels. For this reason, the new models of healthcare partnership, affiliations, training, capacity building and strategic partnership are changing. The global growth in the flow of patients and health professionals as well as medical technology, capital funding and regulatory practices in Saudi Arabia has given rise to new patterns of consumption and production of healthcare services over recent decades. A significant new element of a growing trade in healthcare has involved the movement of patients to Saudi Arabia in the pursuit of medical treatment and health; a phenomenon commonly termed 'medical tourism' which occurs when consumers elect to travel across international borders with the intention of receiving some form of medical treatment. This treatment often spans the full range of medical services. Learn how these new models will foster physician exchange and patient mobility, both inbound and outbound, between the USA and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the outcome being healthcare access that can improve the general health of the individual patient and the general population.
300.00SR 10
25
Apr
2016

25-04-2016 2:45 pm -4:15 pm
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
The Ritz Carlton, Riyadh
AlHada Area, Mekkah Road Riyadh , Riyadh 12912 Saudi Arabia
300.00SR
Transforming healthcare requires innovation. To innovate, we must do things differently and smarter than we do them today. Innovation requires that we anticipate the changing competencies required of the workforce not only in direct patient care, but for those involved in the creation and handling of the data and information foundational to quality, safe patient care. This 90-minute workshop, led by AHIMA’s Chief Innovation and Global Services Officer, Ms. Deborah Green, will explore current and evolving roles needed across the spectrum of health data and information creation and use. Ms. Green will be joined by Dr. Wilbur Lo, AHIMA’s physician expert in clinical documentation requirements.
300.00SR
25
Apr
2016

25-04-2016 - 27-04-2016
950.00SR
Saudi American Healthcare Forum Participation (3 Days, Excluding Workshops) 25-27 April 2016
950.00SR 720