C level executives need to come together to develop strategies that allow patients to become more engaged in their own healthcare which in turn can create a better health and wellness culture. From Providing open communication and developing digital engagement platforms for all areas of both, clinical and non-clinical healthcare functions to using tech tools that enable both the patient and care providers with the ability to proactively engage in care, health care organizations have to stay abreast with what patients need
There is no denying that delivering superior patient experience will lead to revenue growth and organizations providing quality healthcare – the one which focusses on patient experience – tend to achieve net margins 50 percent and higher.
The MENA Patient Experience Innovation Summit 2022 taking place from 15th to 17th March 2022 will equip healthcare teams in understanding process pitfalls and prioritizing digital tools to assess gaps in their team’s ability to deliver quality care. Moreover, it will bring to the fore real time challenges and devise innovative strategies to capture real-time patient feedback & perform service recovery before patients even leave the hospital.
Alongside, the conference program , the summit will also host for the first time in the UAE, ‘The Nursing Now Challenge’ a global initiative that works with universities and health employers to create leadership development opportunities for 100,000 student and early-career nurses and midwives in more than 150 countries by the end of 2022.The Nursing Now Challenge supports students and early-career nurses and midwives in their roles as leaders, practitioners, and advocates in health, and shines a light on the nursing and midwifery professions, demonstrating that they offer exciting and rewarding careers in order to contribute towards recruitment and retention on a global scale.
Benedict A. Stanberry, Principal IHLM (UK), will spearhead two high impact masterclasses to be held in conjunction with the summit. Speaking about the master class on ‘Improving Cultural Competence and Sensitivity’, Stanberry said ‘Gulf countries such as the United Arab Emirates are a haven for hundreds of nationalities with distinct cultures, languages and beliefs – all of whom have different attitudes towards illness and divergent needs and preferences when it comes to receiving care. Healthcare providers must understand these differences, respect them and be responsive to them if they are to be successful in this culturally diverse region and also attract medical tourists to their facilities. In this Masterclass we will discover one of the most interesting and exciting new fields of patient experience: ‘cultural competence’. We will define what cultural competence is and why it matters before exploring some of the important recent research that demonstrates how the cultural competence of healthcare providers and professionals affects patient experience and satisfaction’
The summit will take place live & in-person in Abu Dhabi, UAE on March 15-17, 2021
For any further information, please contact Soumeelee Bose at firstname.lastname@example.org
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