Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC),
in collaboration with the Healthcare Information and Management Systems
Society (HIMSS), will host the inaugural HIMSS Qatar Educational
Conference and Health IT Exhibition from December 7 to 9 at the Sheraton
Grand Doha Resort and Convention Hotel.
Organised under the umbrella of the Ministry of Public Health and in partnership with the Primary Health Care Corporation and Sidra Medicine, this first-of-its-kind exhibition will highlight the enormous clinical transformation that is underway across Qatar’s healthcare system.
“This event is a wonderful opportunity for all healthcare professionals, whether in clinical or support service functions, to come together to share and discuss the latest, best, and most applicable clinical information systems case studies relevant to healthcare in Qatar,” said Dr AbdulWahab al-Musleh, deputy chief medical officer, Clinical Information Systems at HMC.
Founded in 1961 in the US, HIMSS is a global voice, adviser, and leader of health transformation through IT with a unique breadth and depth of expertise to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of health, healthcare, and care outcomes.
“HIMMS is delighted to be partnering with HMC for this unique event,” said Jeremy Bonfini, executive vice president global services of HIMSS.
“The conference will focus on innovation, collaboration, and education in the IT health sector. The programme is structured around clinical informatics, nursing informatics, diagnostic informatics, and health information management, and will feature keynote speakers, industry leaders, cutting-edge health IT products and a full scientific educational programme,” said Bonfini.
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