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    • Supported by:18 – 19 June 2012Park Hyatt HotelJeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Co-located with:Healthcare Leaders: Prof. Tawfik Khoja Attend the MEDEXPO Saudi Arabia Forum Director General, Executive Board Health Ministers’ Council for the to be updated on: Cooperation Council States • Innovative solutions and strategies that meet current and future healthcare demands Eng. Sobhi Batterjee CEO & Group President • Latest investment opportunities available to strengthen the Saudi German Hospitals Group healthcare industry • Forming public private partnerships to deliver world class medical Dr. Walid A. Fitaihi services Chairman, Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer • Improving patient care using cutting edge eHealth and telemedicine International Medical Center technologies Dr. Salim bin Abdullah Al-Wahhabi • Regional and international best practices for achieving operational Secretary General excellence Central Board of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI), KSA Dr. Mohammed Hassan Amin President and Managing Director Elaj Group and Elaj Medical Services Organised by: Gold Sponsor: Supported by: In association with: T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • The Forum’s Speakers and Facilitators include: Prof. Tawfik Khoja Anne Chinoda Director General, Executive Board Head, Strategy & Business Development Health Ministers’ Council for the Cooperation Council National Guard Health Affairs States Eng. Sobhi Batterjee Dr. Salim bin Abdullah Al-Wahhabi CEO & Group President Secretary General Saudi German Hospitals Group Central Board of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI) Dr. Walid A. Fitaihi Majdah Shugdar Chairman, Board of Directors and CEO Director - Hospital Accreditation Department, Central Board International Medical Center of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions (CBAHI) Director of Quality Management, King Fahad Hospital Dr. Mohammed Hassan Amin Dr. Hossam Ghoneim President and Managing Director Executive Director for Clinical, Quality and Projects Elaj Group and Elaj Medical Services New Jeddah Clinic Hospitals Dr. Sultan Bahabri Dr. Abdulqader Habiballah Founder and Chairman Chief Information Officer Ebram Investments Riyadh Military Hospital Dr. Said Al-Shaikh Dr. Sandy Lovering Group Chief Economist Executive Director – Nursing Affairs National Commercial Bank King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, Jeddah Malek Almoosa Dr. Mustafa Qurban CEO Assistant Military Hospitals Director in Eastern Province for Almoosa General Hospital ICT and Consultant and Director IT King Fahd Military Medical Complex Ahmed El Banna Dr. Ahmed Albarrak Chief Information Officer Associate Professor of Health Informatics, Chairman, Medical Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Informatics, and E-learning, College of Medicine, Director King Saud University Hospitals Dr. Ashraf Ismail Dr. Asaad Al-Asaad Managing Director – Middle East Former Director General and Chief of Medical Staff Joint Commission International Riyadh Care Hospital Samer Abu Ghazaleh Dr. Sarper Tanli Chief Operating Officer Executive Director International Medical Center Methodist International EMEA Dr. Wael Abdel Salam Murad M. Al Somali Operations Manager Human Resource Manager Magrabi Hospitals & Centers Dr. Sulaiman Alhabib Medical Group Eng. Omar Mushref Radwan Mohannad Jarar Al-Kudwah Director of the Biomedical Engineering Department Director, Quality Management Department Capitals Institute of Health Sciences King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital Dr. Majid Al Tuwaijri Prof. Omar Zayyan Al Sharqi Chief Information Officer Assistant Professor of Health Service Management National Guards Health Affairs Head of Health Services and Hospital Admin Department King Abdulaziz UniversityT: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • Who will Attend: • CEOs - Strategy and Planning • COOs - Nursing Affairs • CIOs - Patient Relations • EVP, SVP, VP, Head, Director, Manager of: - Health Information Technology - Medical/Hospital Administration - Human Resources - Clinical Operations - Quality ImprovementWhy MEDEXPO Forum:As the population in Saudi Arabia continues to rapidly increase, the government will spendunprecedented amounts of money to meet new demands for its citizens and residents. There is anurgent need for the government to develop and enter into partnerships to create specialised servicesand develop state-of-the-art hospitals that contribute to building sustainable world class healthcareinfrastructure for the Kingdom.MEDEXPO Forum was designed to gather the most distinguished senior level healthcare professionalsfrom the region to discuss the challenges and solutions for meeting emerging medical demands. Thishigh-level forum will focus on innovative healthcare delivery strategies, expansion and investmentopportunities, and strategic hospital management tools needed to provide cost efficient and qualityhealthcare accessible for all. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to take home valuable tools andstrategies for creating first class medical services.Why Attend?• Learn innovative business models used internationally to deliver cost effective and efficient health services• Benchmark your healthcare management strategies to ensure quality and safe healthcare is available to all• Hear about the latest information technology and how to integrate them to optimise healthcare delivery• Develop strategies to improve hospital performance and gain a competitive advantage• Discover patient-centred strategies that can be used to create the ultimate patient experience• Identify partnership opportunities to gain a greater role in the Kingdom’s healthcare platform• Network with senior-level decision makers to explore new and exciting opportunities for cooperation and mutual business growth Healthcare investment in Saudi Arabia is expected to sustain a sharp increase over the coming years as demand for medical facilities and a wide range of healthcare services continue to surge. Saudi Gazette The Saudi Arabia healthcare market is the largest in the region. The Ministry of Health caters for about 75 percent of health care services and its budget this year is about SR50 billion in addition to another SR16 billion for the health cities projects. Arab News T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • Forum Day One - Monday, 18 June 2012 Investment, Expansion, Strategy08:30 Registration and Welcome Coffee 11:40 Presentation Empowering Patients and Professionals in the Arab World:09:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman King Abdullah Arabic Health Encyclopedia09:05 Welcome Address Dr. Majid Al Tuwaijri Dr. Khalid O Dhafar Chief Information Officer General Director National Guards Health Affairs Health Affairs - Makkak Region Investment Opportunities Meeting 21st Century Healthcare Needs 12:10 Presentation09:20 Opening Keynote Meeting the Kingdom’s Healthcare Demands through Private Creating the Blueprint for a Sustainable Healthcare Investments Infrastructure • Identifying challenges and opportunities for the private • The role of accreditation in ensuring the delivery of quality and healthcare market safe healthcare • Developing patient-centered standards to strengthen • Achieving key success factors of private providers needed to communities’ confidence in the quality and safety of care meet future demands • Using accreditation to enhance recruitment, staff development • Attracting private investment to reduce healthcare delivery cost and improve business operations for public sector • Implementing self and external assessment to continuously • Partnering to ensure the delivery of quality healthcare to all improve healthcare in the Kingdom residents Prof. Tawfik Khoja Dr. Said Al-Shaikh Director General, Executive Board Group Chief Economist Health Ministers’ Council for the Cooperation Council States National Commercial Bank09:50 Keynote Panel 12:30 Lunch Break and Networking Opportunity Partnering to Transform the Kingdom’s Healthcare Landscape • Selecting key regional and international players to develop new medical services Healthcare Expansion • Coordinating healthcare delivery locally, regionally and internationally 13:30 Case Study • Forming effective Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) – the role of Public Private Partnership Model in the Healthcare Industry- the private sector SGH Group’s Initiatives • Implementing a comprehensive health information strategy to Eng. Sobhi Batterjee link all stakeholders CEO & Group President Saudi German Hospitals Group, KSA Dr. Mohammed Hassan Amin President and Managing Director 14:00 Adopting Innovative Healthcare Modalities to Deliver Quality Elaj Group and Elaj Medical Services Healthcare through the Private Sector Dr. Sultan Bahabri Dr. Walid A. Fitaihi Founder and Chairman Chairman, Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer Ebram Investments International Medical Center Federico Leo 14:30 Panel Discussion Development Director - International Public Private Partnerships Closing the Human Resource Gap to Raise Healthcare GE Healthcare Performance • Investing in developing local healthcare providers into future10:40 Refreshments and Networking Break leaders • Reducing turnover through creating innovative incentives to11:10 Creating Global Partnerships to Deliver World Class Medical retain qualified medical professionals Services • Boosting educational training and expanding the capacity and • Key success factors for remaining competitive in a global number of medical colleges healthcare market • Creating a continuing medical education system that supports • Adopting international business models to deliver sustainable the MOH’s strategy health services Dr. Sandy Lovering • Selecting partners who share your goals that can offer Executive Director – Nursing Affairs complementing medical services • Delivering tailor-made services to meet current and emerging King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, Jeddah healthcare needs Murad M. Al Somali Dr. Sarper Tanli Human Resource Manager Executive Director - EMEA Dr. Sulaiman Alhabib Medical Group Methodist International 15:30 End of Day 1 and Bus Transfer to MedExpo T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • Forum Day Two - Tuesday, 19 June 2012 IT, Operational Excellence, Strategic Hospital Management09:00 Registration and Morning Coffee Dr. Mustafa Qurban Assistant Military Hospitals Director in Eastern Province for ICT09:00 Opening Remarks from the Chairman Consultant and Director IT King Fahd Military Medical Complex Technological Innovation 11:45 Refreshments and Networking Break09:05 Panel Session Creating “Smart” Hospitals through Advanced Technologies Achieving Operational Excellence to Deliver Optimal Healthcare • Investing in technologies that allows doctors to make better 11:20 Panel Discussion informed decisions Assessing the Impact of Accreditation on the Delivery of • Using innovative technologies to improve clinical care and Quality Healthcare reduce medical errors • Ensuring a smooth transition from legacy technology to modern • Has accreditation facilitated improvement of healthcare delivery technology in the Kingdom? • Training medical professionals and creating early buy-in to • Assessing the differences between Saudi vs. international minimise disruption to day to day operations accreditation standards Ahmed El Banna • Essential steps for meeting the new mandatory requirement for Chief Information Officer hospital accreditation Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital • Measuring the impacts on hospitals for obtaining accreditation Eng. Omar Mushref Radwan Moderator: Director of the Biomedical Engineering Department Dr. Sandy Lovering Capitals Institute of Health Sciences, KSA Executive Director – Nursing Affairs Dr. Ahmed Albarrak King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center Associate Professor of Health Informatics, Chairman, Medical Panelists: Informatics, and E-learning, College of Medicine, Director Dr. Ashraf Ismail King Saud University Managing Director – Middle East Dr. Abdulqader Habiballah Joint Commission International Chief Information Officer Dr. Salim bin Abdullah Al-Wahhabi Riyadh Military Hospital Secretary General Central Board of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions09:45 Keynote Presentation Majdah Shugdar Impact of Health Technology on the Healthcare System Director - Hospital Accreditation Department Dr. Iyad Mobarek Central Board of Accreditation for Healthcare Institutions MSc., Ph.D., Director, GE Healthcare Institute, Easter & African Director of Quality Management Growing Markets, King Fahd Hospital GE Healthcare Mohannad Jarar Al-Kudwah Director, Quality Management Department10:15 Keynote Presentation King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital Choosing and Implementing the Right Medical Technology to Dr. Hossam Ghoneim Optimize Healthcare Delivery Executive Director for Clinical, Quality and Projects • Can Saudi Arabia’s healthcare delivery be interconnected New Jeddah Clinic Hospital through telemedicine? • Reducing service delivery costs and improving health outcomes through innovative eHealth and IT solutions 12:30 Case Study • Using telemedicine to bridging healthcare service gaps for rural Achieving Operational Excellence: Involving Patients for areas Hospital Performance Improvement • Lessons learned from IT challenges in KAMC • Creating new business models where patients’ voices and Dr. Salah Alkhallagi concerns are heard Director -Clinical Engineering • Encouraging patient feedback: How to do it and what should be King Abdulaziz Medical City collected? • Using feedback for better risk management strategies and10:45 Case Study Connecting Three Saudi Hospitals for Seamless Healthcare improving safety Delivery • Lessons learned from patient groups • Upgrading legacy systems - Selecting and investing in the right Dr. Wael Abdel Salam technology Operations Manager • Understanding the role of cloud computing in connecting Magrabi Hospitals & Centers physicians and delivering healthcare • Strategies for ensuring a seamless connection and integration of 13:00 Lunch Break and Networking Opportunity IT for healthcare facilities T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • Strategic Hospital Management 14:40 Change and Innovation: Key Factors in Successful Hospital ManagementSession Chair: • Update on current healthcare changes in the US - What lessonsProf. Omar Zayyan Alsharqi can we learn?Assistant Professor of Health Services Management, Head of Health • Explaining the key factor that make up “Obama Care”Services and Hospital Administration Department, Faculty of Economics & • Learn how the patient will become the driving force in hospitalAdministration reimbursementKing Abdulaziz University • Look at how communications and dynamics between the patient, doctor and hospital will change under the accountable14:00 Panel Discussion: care organization (ACO) model Implementing Effective Hospital Management Strategies to • Healthcare as a percentage of GDP Improve Competitive Advantage Anne Chinoda • Setting short and long term goals to best position your hospital Head, Strategy & Business Development in a competitive market National Guard Health Affairs • Conducting an environmental assessment to determine future needs 15:10 Panel Discussion • Determining your competitive advantage in order to build and Patient Relationship Management: Building the Backbone for increase your patient-base Consumer Driven Service Delivery • Reducing the Kingdom’s need for outgoing medical tourism • Aligning key stakeholders for improved patient services and through building on organisational strengths management Dr. El Naiem Ibrahim Al Naeim • What new consumer-driven models are most likely to succeed Chief Executive Officer and why? Al-Mostaqbal Hospital, KSA • How can healthcare providers move beyond reactive care to Dr. Asaad Al-Asaad promote preventative care Former Director General and Chief of Medical Staff • Strategies for establishing productive, long-term relationships Riyadh Care Hospital with patients Samer Abu Ghazaleh Malek Almoosa Chief Operating Officer Chief Executive Officer International Medical Center Almoosa General Hospital Dr. Wael Abdel Salam Operations Manager Magrabi Hospitals & Centers 15:45 End of the Forum and Bus Transfer to MedExpo Sponsor & Exhibitor Profile for Medexpo Forum Are you looking to get involved with the key upcoming projects in the region? Are you looking to meet the key players in this fast expanding healthcare sector? Why not increase exposure to the most influential decision-makers by making the most of our sponsorship opportunities at the Medexpo Forum Unique benefits of supporting this event include: • Significant branding at this event offers increased exposure before, during and after the forum – how else will the key decision-makers know what you have to offer? • Exposure to leading regional stakeholders who offer more business opportunities • Maintaining existing relationships to ensure people think of you first • Positioning yourself ahead of your competitors at a time when global economy is shrinking is a huge competitive advantage, one you shouldn’t miss out on! To enquire about our sponsorship packages, please contact: femiitiola@dmgeventsme.com or call +971 4 438 0365 T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • Supported by: ATTEND SAUDI ARABIA’S ONLY HEALTHCARE EXHIBITION 17 - 20 June 2012 4pm – 10pm Jeddah Center for Forums and Events• Source new products, supplies and technology • Network with peers, healthcare professionals• Learn about the latest innovations in healthcare and healthcare providers management • Secure business deals with existing and new• Meet with key decision-makers from hospitals, partners health care centers and clinics • Find distributors from Saudi Arabia Venue Information Park Hyatt Jeddah Marina, Club and SpaThe Equestrian Club, Southern Corniche, Al Hamra District, P.O. Box 5863, Jeddah 21432, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Telephone: +966 2 263 9666 • Facsimile: +966 2 263 9777 • Web: jeddah.park.hyatt.com T: 971 4 438 0366 • F: 971 4 438 0364 • E: register@dmgeventsme.com • W: www.medexposaudi.com
    • REGISTRATION FORM Forum Dates : 18 – 19 June 2012 Venue : Park Hyatt Hotel, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Registration Code : CTCA1167Five ways to Register: +971 (0)4 438 0366 dmg :: events, +971 (0)4 438 0364 5th Floor, The Palladium, Cluster C, register@dmgeventsme.com Jumeirah Lakes Towers, PO Box 33817, Dubai, UAE www.medexposaudi.com Early Booking Discount (Valid until 20 May 2012) Final Price Two-Day Forum US$ 745 US$ 995 One-Day Workshop US$ 395 US$ 455 Two-Day Forum and 1 Workshop US$ 990 US$ 1,250PERSONAL DETAILS Title First Name Surname Job Title Department Mobile E-mail 1st Delegate 2nd Delegate 3rd Delegate 4th DelegateTo assist us with future correspondence, please supply the following details Title First Name Surname Job Title Department Mobile E-mail Head of Dept Training Manager Booking ContactCompany ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Telephone __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Mobile _________________________________________________________________ Fax ______________________________________________Email ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Postal Address ______________________________________________________________ Country _________________________________________Nature of your business _________________________________________________________________________________________________________No. of employees in organisation 1000+ 500-999 250-499 50-249 0-49PLEASE NOTE NETWORKING CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTIONSThe conference fee covers entrance to relevant sessions, conference As a registered delegate your name and contact details will be We understand that sometimes you are unable to attend, in whichdocumentation and available papers, Certificate of Attendance, placed on the attendee list which will be passed to sponsoring case we are happy to welcome a substitute delegate. Please let uscoffee/refreshment breaks & lunch. companies and to all attendees for them to see who else is at the know within five working days before the conference in writing to conference for the purpose of networking and meetings. confirm this. Should substitution not be possible we can of courseDATA PROTECTION offer a voucher (provided cancellation is made no later than twoBy entering your details in the fields above, you agree to allow dmg CONFERENCE LANGUAGE: English. weeks prior to the event) which you can use for another dmg eventevents and companies associated with this event to contact you (by within six months of cancellation. DISCLAIMER : Without prior notice, the programme may changemail, email or fax) regarding their services. If you do not wish to and dmg :: events reserves the right to alter the venue and / orreceive such communications please contact us in writing. speakers or sessions.PAYMENT DETAILSA confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon the receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only delegates whose fees have beenpaid in full will be admitted to the event. You can pay by company cheque or bankers draft in Dirhams or USD. *Please note that all bank charges are born by you, the remitter. All paymentsshould be in favour of dmg world media Dubai Ltd.Card PaymentI allow dmg :: events to charge my credit card. Signature ___________________________Please charge my credit card: Visa Mastercard American ExpressName on Card _____________________________________ Card Number _________________________ Security Code _______________ Expiry Date ___________________________