The 3rd Annual World Health Care Congress Middle East (WHCC ME), co-sponsored by the Health Authority Abu Dhabi and the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, is the premier conference in the region and brings together over 600 health care, government and industry leaders from over 25 countries.
The health systems of the Middle East and the world are diverse and face specific local issues. They however increasingly face many common challenges. These challenges are also faced by health systems the world over, many of whom are pioneering innovative solutions. The World Health Care Middle East has been designed to present these global innovations, and to feature the best in local excellence addressing key regional issues.
In 2012 the Congress will focus on the following themes:
Strategic and Practical Responses to Public and Population Health Challenges and Delivering the Health Care Prevention Agenda
Developing a Coordinated Approach to the Management of Chronic Diseases
Building the Human Capital Required to Deliver Healthcare Sustainably in the Middle East
Defining and Implementing Standards for Health Care Quality and Patient Safety
Improving Health Care Affordability through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)
Understanding the Opportunities in Post-conflict Health Infrastructure Redevelopment within the Middle East
Using Mobile and Connected Health Care to Transform Through Innovation
The Congress presents the latest ideas in modern healthcare and features the World’s leading providers, payers and policy makers; Including: health ministers, leading government officials, hospital directors, health system and hospital providers, patient safety directors, disease management professionals and health and wellness experts, chief financial leaders, IT and mHealth innovators, decision makers from public and private insurance funds, investment and venture capital principals, pharmaceutical and biotech executives and consulting firm directors.