Hospital Build Conference


Overview:

 With the healthcare sector in the Middle East continuing to witness a phase of major growth and transformation, we welcome a brand-new track to Global Health - The Hospital Build conference.   Bringing together a wide spectrum of senior participants ranging from C-levels and government ministers to investors and healthcare planners, this two-day high-level programme presents a unique and key platform for all international and regional stakeholders, concerned with healthcare infrastructure.  The expert conference committee will address the total lifecycle of delivering a healthcare facility, including:. 

  • Planning
  • Investment
  • Designing
  • Equipping
  • Operation
  • Attend to, exchange best practice procedures, discuss techniques for successful strategic collaborations, recognise the latest developments and innovations and to identify how to improve ROI and ensure operational efficiency    

    Theme: Improving patient care quality through hospital build transformation  

    • The healthcare build landscape and healthcare disruption: Update and review
    • Health economy and the transformation of care delivery
    • GCC healthcare investment: What’s new?
    • Funding, finance and PPP’s
    • Regulatory considerations
    • Proper preparation, planning and procurement: How to plan, design build a hospital
    • Innovative technologies in healthcare infrastructure
    • Micro-hospital design and affordable healthcare facilities
    • Medical equipment planning and healthcare technology assessment
    • Renovation and facility upgrades
    • Considering patient care and wellness
    • Business and operational planning – the blue print
    • The future of hospital management and integrated health systems
    Advisory Board
    • Henry Chao, Principal, HOK, New York, USA
    • Javier Poveda, Chief Executive Officer, ARC, Lisbon
    • Ben Gonzalez, Vice President & Director - MENA, HKS Health, Dubai, UAE
    • Bryan Semple, VP International, Attania, London, UK
    • Rebecca Samuel, Consulting Manager, GE Healthcare Partners, Dubai, UAE