The healthcare sector is radically changing, and Saudi Arabia is all set to embrace these changes. Digital transformation in Saudi Arabia’s healthcare sector is about to blur the traditional boundaries between medical technologies, drugs, devices, therapies, and ICTs. As patients put more of their own money on the line, they want to be able to select what care they receive, when they receive it and where they receive it.
The Digital Healthcare Innovation Show (DHIS) hosted by King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) takes place on the 17th & 18th of April 2019 in Riyadh, the event will address key challenges of disruption that ripples through Saudi Arabia’s healthcare sector. The vision of DHIS is to create high-profile, outcome-based healthcare conversations that include ideas, innovation, research and education and to help solve tomorrows health care challenges as a nation.
With the healthcare industry evolving rapidly, it’s more important than ever to develop effective leadership, management skills, and health management systems. This overall progression to digital healthcare will be vital in improving public health outcomes and allow for the delivery of effective and efficient services.
Emerging technologies are beginning to revolutionize the healthcare systems and healthcare supply chains. By applying these technologies; physicians, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and other healthcare stakeholders can significantly boost their decision-making process to provide better services to their patient and fully involve them in the process.
With the new healthcare systems, patients can interact with a remote care team, measure outcomes, track their progress, and ultimately receive personalized care more frequently independently from where they live and improve their ability to have diagnoses even before symptoms appear.
The Digital Healthcare Innovation Show will take place at the King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) in Riyadh, it is primarily created to engage providers, successful business leaders, talented innovators, and venerated institutions keen to change and improve the traditional health care delivery model of the nation.
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