The third Saudi Society for Health Administration (SSHA)International Conference of, 2019 under the title, (Future of HealthInstitutions Management). The Conference to be held under the auspices ofthe Minister of Health, Dr. Tawfiq bin Fawzan Alrabiah, during the period from12 to 14 November.
The Conference will have four workshops on quality and patientsafety, leadership transformation, patient experience, and transformation indigital health. There will be also seven scientific sessions on Wednesday andThursday, 13-14 November; the first day will include four practical sessions ongovernance in the private sector, as well as a scientific session oninstitutional excellence in health care services to discuss quality andaccreditation in Saudi Arabia, and the role of leadership in improving patientsafety and leadership excellence.
In addition to a scientific session on developing health clusters, and a scientific session on the sustainability of health care will talk about value-based health care and the elaborate implementation of the strategy to achieve organizational sustainability in health organizations and smart health monitoring and systems management.
On Thursday, SSHA devoted three sessions of the conference toartificial intelligence as well as a session on building leadership talents inthe health sector, in addition to a scientific session discussing investmentopportunities and integration in health care dealing with the integration ofhealth care through private sector participation, privatization in health care,and investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia.
It's noteworthy that SSHA 2019 conference is aninternational platform for the exchange of ideas and strategies among leaders,specialists and interested institutions of companies and government agenciesspecialized in providing health care services.
The conference will be attended by a number of senior leaders fromdifferent health sectors, public and private sector institutions, universitiesand health organizations with strategic partnerships with the SSHA hasstrategic partnerships, noting that the conference is accredited with 40 hoursof continuing medical education.