The Arab Organization for Administrative Development (ARADO) will organize the 17th Arab Conference on New trends of hospital management under the theme “Governance of Health Care Services Based on Patient Experience”. The conference will be held from 3 to 5 December in Cairo under the patronage of Minister of Health Dr. Hala Zayed.
The conference is held with the technical support of the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean, in the presence of a number of regional and international organizations and relevant authorities.
Dr. Nasser Al Qahtani, Director General of the Arab Organization for Administrative Development, said that the conference addresses the role of governance and the patient’s experience in improving healthcare services, the strategic and successful experiences of this governance based on patient experience.
The Director General of the Organization commended the cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Health in supporting the conference under the auspices of the Minister of Health, Dr. Hala Zayed, stressing the importance of this cooperation in enriching the scientific material and supporting the conference technically and logistically.
Al-Qahtani pointed out that the overall goal of the conference is to benefit from the concept of health care governance based on the patient’s experience, by involving patients, health leaders and health care providers in raising the level of experience and its results to develop and improve health care services provided to beneficiaries, The patient to deepen trust and cooperation between treatment providers and patients and introduce best practices and international models in this area.
The conference will be attended by experts and specialists from Arab and foreign countries as well as ministers, deputy ministers and administrative leaders of the Ministry of Health in Arab countries, as well as directors of hospitals, health centers, training and administrative development, patient experience departments and patient relations and rights in the public and private sectors. Faculty members, members of industrial and commercial chambers, businessmen and investors in the health sector and civil society organizations concerned with the health sector.
The conference seeks to benefit from the concept of health care governance based on the patient’s experience, by involving the patient, health leaders and health care providers in order to raise the level of experience (the patient’s experience) and results improve the health care services provided to him. To deepen trust and cooperation between providers of treatment (health care service) and patient.