Arab Health 2018, the latest edition of the largest annual gathering of health care and trade professionals in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, will take place from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, 2018 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. It is set to welcome more than 4,200 exhibiting companies and 103,000 attendees from around the world.
During the event, we are inviting our clients, industry leaders and associates to connect and share thoughts by participating in the “Cerner Tomorrow Talks!”— a series of 15- to 20-minute live talk shows featuring some of the most inspiring stories that reflect the MENA region’s evolving health care landscape. The topics will be around innovation, integration, start-ups, population health and operational evaluation. These talks, open to the Arab Health visitors, will be held on our stand and will be purely focused on thought leadership content with the aim of helping attendees to navigate the disruptive waters of health care for the future.
Cerner executives will also interact and exchange views with other fellow participants to get a pulse of critical industry trends and developments. During the event, we will have representatives at our client’s stands to discuss our solutions and services, latest offerings and how together we can experience a healthier tomorrow, today
In addition, a Cerner lunch will be hosted, on January 29, where client and Cerner presentations will discuss the newly introduced requirements for health care organizations to be certified or recertified by Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) at levels 6 and 7. Globally recognized Cerner clients will highlight their success journey to receive the worldwide recognition. In addition, the focus will be on how caregivers can work together with Cerner to meet HIMSS requirements and use the electronic medical records (EMR’s) to continue creating positive patient outcomes.
Many MENA governments are racing to transform the health care experience for patients and creating more proactive plans for their communities, which makes Arab Health an ideal platform for unveiling best practices and discussing futuristic visions for an increasingly health-conscious Arab World.