Riyadh, The International Conference on Health and Crisis Management, held and organized virtually by the Saudi Society for Health Administration, concluded today.
The two-day conference included several topics, most notably: health services management, resource management during crises, quality and risk management, the role of information technology and data in managing health crises, and the patient's experience in health crises.
The Secretary-General of the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, Dr. Ayman Asaad Abdo, said that what the world is going through has changed many concepts and ideas during the Coronavirus pandemic that swept the world and forced health systems to reconsider many health concepts, especially about medicine and disaster management. He pointed out that the conference was held to discuss this issue and exchange essential information.
For his part, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Society for Health Administration, Dr. Bandar bin Dakhil Al-Saedi, stressed that the Society seeks, through the conference, to achieve its mission of strengthening institutional capabilities and administrative knowledge in accordance with international best practices, with the participation of intellectuals, specialists and those interested in the field of health management.
Source: Saudi Press Agency