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Developing Careers in eHealth
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The digital transformation of the healthcare system is becoming an imperative and not an option, due to the immense need of increasing efficiency and improving both service quality and patient safety. Needless to say, the beating heart of any successful healthcare ecosystem is still its workforce. Now is the time to seize the opportunities in eHealth and create career pathways for our professionals today and talent of tomorrow.

The GCC eHealth Workforce Development Conference aims at bringing together all relevant stakeholders across the GCC region - government, education, industry, healthcare service providers, eHealth professionals and others - to jointly develop a framework for standardized roles, curricula and professional development in eHealth that will lead to a sustainable digital healthcare ecosystem.

Join us in Abu Dhabi, 18-20 September 2018, to:

  • Shape policies to empower the local GCC workforce within the growing eHealth sector.
  • Learn from other regions' experiences & best practices in developing eHealth workforce.
  • Network with key eHealth leaders, government officials, educators and solution providers.
  • Develop your career path and obtain CME credits through attending highly specialized hands-on eHealth training workshops.
  • Learn from top experts in acquiring and retaining digital health talents.

One of its kind; the vision behind this initiative is a sustained healthcare ecosystem through a skilled and empowered local eHealth workforce within GCC countries.
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We invite you to contribute to the program by submitting your abstract before 1 May 2018.

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Register today to take advantage of the savings on offer.
Early bird registration before 31 May 2018.

Check out the first confirmed keynote lectures of the outstanding program we are putting together.
Topics include:

  • The technology impact on future healthcare workforce - Mervat Abdelhak, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA, Health Information Management School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences University of Pittsburgh, USA
  • The eHealth Journey in GCC - Majid Al Tuwaijri, PhD, Managing Director of Health & Public Services, Middle East
  • Government role in leveraging the eHealth workforce - Douglas B. Fridsma, MD, PhD, FACP, FACMI, President and Chief Executive Officer of AMIA
  • Learning from Other Regions: Coding and interoperability in Australia - Tim Kelsey, Australian Digital Health Agency
  • Competency-based eHealth curriculum - Bill Rudman, PhD, RHIA, Executive Director of the Interprofessional Healthcare Workforce Institute Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, USA

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