Middle East     ELECTRONIC     HEALTH RECORDS                                                                             ...
Essential interactive workshops:Sunday 20 & Wednesday 23 March 2011IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valu...
Summit day one: Monday 21 March 201108:00              Registration and coffee                                          13...
Summit day two: Tuesday 22 March 201108:00   Registration and coffee                                        13:10         ...
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  1. 1. Middle East ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS Summit 2011 Successfully implementing and realising the full benefits of EHR to establish an inter-connected e-health environment International summit: 21 & 22 March 2011 Interactive workshops: 20 & 23 March 2011 Boo k an Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain pay d 15 J befo an re and uary 201 sa v 1 US $ e up to 750 Key topics covered in the Middle East ElectronicKeynote speakers include: Health Records Summit:• Mohammad Alyemeni, Advisor to the Minister of Health & · Designing, selecting and procuring an electronic health records General Supervisor of ICT, Ministry of Health, KSA system that meets your requirements• Eng. Sobhi Baterjee, Founder, President & CEO Saudi German Hospitals, KSA · Successfully transitioning to an e-health environment• Abdul Rahman Al Touqi, Director General of Information Technology, Ministry of Health, Oman · Integrating EHR with existing patient management systems• Ebrahim Al Nawakhtha, Director, Health Information Directorate, Ministry of Health, Bahrain · Creating an effective post-implementation support, improvement• Dr. Saadi Taher, Executive Director of Medical Services and review strategy Saudi National Guard Health Affairs, KSA• Khalid Lootah, CEO, Support Services, Ministry of Health, UAE · Effectively implementing and integrating PACS systems• Dr. Tej Maini, CEO, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, UAE into the EHR• Mohammad Al Redha, Acting Director Health Data & Information Analysis Department – Health Policy & Strategy Sector, Dubai Healthcare Authority, UAE For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae www.electronichealthrecordsme.com Associate sponsors: Supported by: Media partners: Researched and developed by:
  2. 2. Essential interactive workshops:Sunday 20 & Wednesday 23 March 2011IQPC’s workshops are unique opportunities to spend valuable time with industry experts. These interactive sessions are extendedto ensure that you will get to the heart of the key electronic health records challenges and uncover practical solutions to help yousucessfully realise the full benefits of a fully integrated e-health environment!Pre-summit workshop Post-summit workshopsSunday 20 March 2011 Wednesday 23 March 2011Registration for the day begins at 08:00 Registration for the day begins at 08:00Workshop A Workshop B08:30 – 17:30 08:30 – 12:30Designing, selecting and procuring an Electronic Health Successfully transitioning to an e-health environment –Records (EHR) system that meets your requirements project management excellence for EHRMoving to an e-health environment is a must for all health Electronic health records implementations are very complex andproviders in order to manage the future demands and challenges almost always take more time and budget than originally planned.they will face. Implementing an EHR system however, is not an It is essential to get as much of it right the first time around toeasy task and often involves significant financial, operational and avoid costly re-configuration and re-design. This workshop willhuman resource commitment. This workshop will take you take you through the project management essentials on how tothrough the process of finding out the best solution for your best handle an EHR implementation and keep all keyorganisation and take you through the process of selecting stakeholders on board and happy with the results.and procuring a system that meets your requirements. Benefits of attending:Benefits of attending: • Setting realistic expectations on the time, budget and scope of• Defining your requirements of an EHR system the implementation project• Understanding whether to integrate with existing HIS systems • Building a strong project team with clearly defined roles and or implement a new one responsibilities• Preparing the tender for an EHR that meets your needs • Developing outstanding relationships with your technology• Evaluating potential partners and systems partners to achieve success• Building-in a clearly defined post-implementation strategy • Gaining clinician buy-in for the new system into the contract • Reviewing common challenges for EHR implementations• Enabling sufficient knowledge transfer to your staff in using the system Workshop CWorkshop facilitator: 13:30 – 17:30Ben Stanberry, Principal Consultant, Oliva Health, UAE Creating an effective post-implementation support, improvement and review strategy The most challenging parts of any EHR implementation to manage are the post-implementation period as it is usually not well defined and there is often limited support from system providers. This is also the period that can lead to costs spiralling out of control due to further changes needing to be implemented. This workshop will go through the essential steps you must take to make sure that your EHR system has an adequate post- implementation maintenance strategy in place to ensure you deliver ROI to your organisation. Benefits of attending: • Defining your post-implementation strategy • Integrating your system maintenance needs into vendor contracts • Ensuring adequate training and post-implementation support • Managing maintenance costs to deliver value from the EHR project IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical summits, large scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s large scale summits are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries.IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major citiesacross six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Johannesburg andToronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of summits. www.iqpc.ae For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975
  3. 3. Summit day one: Monday 21 March 201108:00 Registration and coffee 13:50 Developing an effective change management strategy • Overcoming cultural and organisational resistance08:30 Opening remarks from the Chair to change • Identifying and developing EHR championsKey trends and developments in e-health in the Middle East • Managing the expectations for all key stakeholders • KFSHRC experience in handling change09:00 Developing Health Information Systems (HIS) and Abdulkarim Almuhanna, M.D., Consultant, Medical & primary care capability to achieve an interconnected Clinical Informatics Unit, King Faisal Specialist e-health environment in Saudi Arabia Hospital & Research Centre, KSA • Reviewing the Kingdom’s development in e-health up KEYNOTE ADDRESS to date 14:30 Networking Break • Examining the project implementation plans • Defining the Kingdom’s official electronic health record 15:00 Choose your table of discussion and walk away with and HIS systems great suggestions and experiences from your peers. • Examining the expanding role of primary care enabled These informal discussions will provide an opportunity to by an interconnected EHR exchange ideas related specifically to job functions and Mohammad Alyemeni, Advisor to the Minister of Health interests. The discussion groups are moderated by & General Supervisor of ICT, Ministry of Health, KSA global and regional experts.09:40 Creating a unified national electronic health record Roundtable one: • What constitutes as a health record? Defining the strategy for EHR adoption • Enabling inter-organisational connectivity and compatibility ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS • Creating a centralised repository for health data Roundtable two: • Determining the different levels of information sharing Selecting, tendering and procuring the right EHR amongst the different user groups solution and partner Ebrahim Al-Nawakhtha, Director, Health Information Directorate, Ministry of Health, Bahrain Roundtable three: Gaining key stakeholder buy-in and uptake of EHR systems10:20 Networking break Roundtable four:10:50 Enabling e-health through a fully integrated Creating a sustainable post-implementation strategy for interoperability approach your EHR adoption • Reviewing the integration plans between the private and public sector health providers in Dubai Roundtable five: • Integrating standards and integration plans for Moving to a paperless digital environment the emirate • Collecting and effectively managing health information Roundtable six: Dr. Mohammad Al Redha, Acting Director Health Data Measuring the results and effectiveness of EHR systems & Information Analysis Department – Health Policy & Strategy Sector, Dubai Healthcare Authority, UAE 16:00 EHR implementation at the NGHA • The journey so far PRESENTATION CASE STUDY11:30 Integrating EHR with existing patient • Challenges involved management systems • Analysing the results • Examining your existing systems and how they can fit Dr. Saadi Taher, Executive Director of Medical Services, into an upgraded EHR Saudi National Guard Health Affairs, KSA • Integrating existing data with the new requirements from health records 16:40 Chair’s closing remarks • Creating a single point of entry portal for access and review of patient information 16:50 End of day one Dr. Ataat Khan, Managing Director Kameda Infologics, India12:10 LunchEffectively managing the EHR project implementation process13:10 Successfully project managing the adoption of EHR • Identifying changes to the existing systems/procedures • Gaining key stakeholder engagement, alignment and support • Designing the implementation process to meet the set requirements Khalid Lootah, CEO, Support Services, Ministry of Health, UAE Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae
  4. 4. Summit day two: Tuesday 22 March 201108:00 Registration and coffee 13:10 Gaining clinician buy-in for the adoption of EHR • Reviewing the major issues with the adoption of new08:30 Opening remarks from the Chair electronic health record systems • Including senior and junior clinical staff in the09:00 Effectively enabling e-health and maximising consultation process healthcare delivery through EHR • Putting together an inclusive EHR project committee • Establishing automated processes for greater efficiency • Integrating all clinical requirements into the system CLINICIAN PANEL DISCUSSION in the delivery of healthcare before the implementation rollout • Using e-referrals, e-prescriptions and the Dr. Saadi Taher, Executive Director of Medical Services, automatic transfer of key patient information Saudi National Guard Health Affairs, KSA between different departments Eng. Sobhi Baterjee, Chief Executive Officer, • Integrating EHR, workflow management and Saudi German Hospitals, KSA patient flow systems for maximum efficiency Osama Al-Swailem MD MA, Chief Medical Information • Enabling telemedicine and remote treatment to Officer and Director, Medical & Clinical Health maximise the efficiency of healthcare delivery Informatics, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Eng. Sobhi Baterjee, Chief Executive Officer Research Centre (KFSHRC), KSA Saudi German Hospitals, KSA 13:50 Adapting EHR systems to the local environment09:40 Developing an effective and sustainable post- • Enabling the localisation of EHR systems implementation maintenance strategy • Facilitating the transition between the two language • Developing a post-implementation EHR and calendar formats maintenance strategy • Demonstrating the results of a fully functioning multi- • Calculating the TCO, including post-implementation support lingual EHR system • Reviewing the impact on medical outcomes, service Dr. Abdulkareem Al Olama, Executive Director quality and financial performance Healthcare Planning & Quality, Dubai Healthcare City Dr. Tej Maini, Chief Executive Officer, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, UAE 14:30 Afternoon networking break10:20 Morning networking break 15:00 Effectively implementing and integrating PACS systems into the EHR10:50 Using clinical information systems to calculate the • Reviewing the integration of PACS and EHR systems cost of healthcare services • Examining the successful implementation of the • Developing integrated EHR, patient flow and billing Radiology and Cardiology PACS systems systems to future proof your healthcare operations • Collecting and effectively managing health information • Examining the Relative Value Unit (RVU) of services to • Reviewing the clinical impact of PACS determine their productivity Mousa Alanizi, Associate Executive Director Enterprise • Linking the clinical and financial needs of the Applications, National Guard Health Affairs, KSA organisation to understand the cost of services and justify the cost of care 15:40 Legal and privacy consideration for security and Osama Al-Swailem MD MA, Chief Medical Information access management of patient information Officer and Director, Medical & Clinical Health • Reviewing existing and future requirements for patient Informatics, King Faisal Specialist Hospital & confidentiality in the region Research Centre (KFSHRC), KSA • Building in the relevant components • Ensuring adequate privacy and protection for personal11:30 Creating a centralised national e-health health information information centre • Developing a legal framework for patient information flow • Developing a central national e-health records repository Ben Stanberry, Principal Consultant, Oliva Health, UAE • Collecting and effectively managing health information • Establishing levels of information access and 16:20 Closing remarks from the Chair compatibility with different healthcare providers Session reserved for Health Information Services, UK 16:30 End of day two12:10 Lunch www.electronichealthrecordsme.com
  5. 5. Middle East Associate sponsors:ELECTRONIC Agfa HealthCare, a member of the Agfa- Gevaert Group, is a leading provider of IT-HEALTH RECORDS enabled clinical workflow and diagnostic image management solutions, and state-of- Summit 2011 the-art systems for capturing and processing images in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Agfa HealthCare has over a century of healthcare experience related to diagnostic imaging and has been a pioneer on the healthcare IT market since the early 1990s. The company has anThe Middle East Electronic Health Records Summit 2011 will extensive portfolio encompassing Hospital and Clinical Informationprovide a venue for the regional e-health stakeholders to come Systems (HIS/CIS), PACS, Radiology Information Systems (RIS),together and address the key challenges facing the sucessul advanced clinical applications covering Radiology, Cardiology,implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. Having Orthopaedic and Mammography needs, Data storage, Directlearned from the mistakes of other implementations world-wide, the Radiography, Computed Radiography, Film & Print solutions and Disposable Surgical Drapes & Gowns.region is set to explore the full benefits of automated e-healthenvironment that will change the shape of healthcare in the near Kameda Infologics (KI) is a provider offuture. Make sure you take part in the unique and timely summit. integrated IT solutions to the healthcare industry. Since its inception in 2000, it has strived to develop world-class softwareFive key reasons to attend the Middle East Electronic products specializing in Healthcare. It is headquartered at Trivandrum,Health Records Summit 2011: India, with branches in Delhi, Tokyo, Jeddah and London.• Be updated on the key trends and developments in e-health in the region Infologics partnered with Dr.Kameda, the founder of APIUS Co - which is a pioneer in the development of paperless solutions to more than 200• Examine the major challenges facing EHR implementations in hospitals in Japan. KI has developed a user-friendly, integrated, the region Healthcare Information System (HIS) “Yasasii”. It is a comprehensive,• Find out the latest capability technology providers have to offer scalable HIS designed for use in various types of clinical settings - from a primary healthcare center to a multi-specialty tertiary care hospital. and how it can benefit you• Examine how to sucessfully project manage EHR and create an HISL was spun-out from effective post-implementation strategy that delivers results Guy’s & St Thomas’• Meet the key people and orgnisations spearheading the Hospitals, London in March 2004, having developed the VECTOR product whilst part of development of e-health in the region the National Health Service. Vector is a multi-disease, chronicWho should attend and who will I meet? disease/long term care platform capable of being configured to support local clinical• Clinical Directors – Medical, Surgery, Nursing, Radiology practice. There are implementations in• EHR Project Managers Diabetes, Ophthalmology, Lipids, Sickle Cell, Urology, Cardiac Rehab• Health Informatics and Hypertension, with Renal under development, all sharing a single• Chief Information Officers (CIOs) patient record.• Chief Medical Information Officers (CMIOs) The diabetes module covers visits by consultant, nurse specialist,• Chief Operations Officers (COOs) dietitian, podiatrist paediatrics, and administration, and incorporates• IT Directors diabetic retinopathy screening in line with the English National• Health Information Manager Screening Committee guidelines.• Operations Managers• IT Managers Cerner is a leading global supplier of• Medical Records Managers healthcare solutions, healthcare devices and related services. Everyone from• Archives Managers single-doctor practices, to hospitals, to• Health IT Consultants corporations, to employers, to local, regional and national government• EHR System Providers agencies use Cerner healthcare solutions and services to remove paper from the healthcare process, thus creating a safer and more efficient healthcare system. Cerner solutions are licensed by moreSupported by: than 8,500 facilities around the world, including approximately 2,300 hospitals; 3,400 physician practices covering more than 30,000 physicians; 600 ambulatory facilities, such as laboratories, ambulatory centers, cardiac facilities, radiology clinics and surgery centers; 700 home-health facilities; and 1,500 retail pharmacies. Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities Only at Port Modernisation & Development India will the highest-level decision makers attend in one place at one time. 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