SESRIC


Forum on “The Importance of Public-Private Partnerships in Healthcare Crisis Management”
 
Date : 06 November 2014 Venue : Madinah Saudi Arabia

Director General of SESRIC will deliver a keynote speech during the Forum on “The Importance of Public-Private Partnerships in Healthcare Crisis Management” scheduled to be organized in the holy city of Madinah al-Munawwarah, Saudi Arabia, on 6 November 2014. This forum will be attended by various healthcare leaders, eminent experts, as well as chief medical officers, hospitals managers, medical colleges directors, heads of nursing, healthcare insurance providers, government officials in healthcare, OD & training directors and healthcare policy makers.

The main objective of this forum will be to discuss by which means and which strategy to adopt in forging crucial public-private partnerships in the healthcare crisis management. In order to better prevent any viral outbreak as well as, better managing the public health care service in a way that the hospitals and their personnel will handle the situation in the most professional and appropriate manner, in order to avoid a viral spread that will endanger the safety and wellbeing of the population.

The forum will also address the recent MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) corona virus which has affected lives of many human beings across KSA, Gulf Countries to North Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe and America. forum experts will discuss the issue in detail, its aftermaths and how to collaboratively tackle this communicable disease. Non-communicable diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, obesity etc will also be focused at as well.

For more information about the forum please visit: http://www.mile.org/