Woburn,, MA (PressExposure) October 31, 2011 -- The 2nd Annual World Health Care Congress Middle East, 11-13, December in Abu Dhabi, is a world-class gathering of global health care leaders representing all industry sectors from business and government.
More than 600 attendees from 25 countries are expected at the 2011 event, which features high-level thought leadership.
Leaders present will include health ministers and other top government officials, hospital directors, health system and hospital providers, patient safety directors, disease management professionals and health and wellness experts and chief financial officers. Others include IT and mobile health innovators, decision makers from public and private insurance funds, investment and venture capital principals, pharmaceutical and biotech executives and consulting firm directors.
Abu Dhabi serves as an excellent base for the meeting because of its growth as a center for health care innovation. As the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi has made significant investments to provide improved health care services for its population while attracting expertise from some of the world's most renowned health care institutions, including Cleveland Clinic.
Although the conference is located in the Middle East, the themes and content are global. Featured is a diverse agenda of topics that provide exclusive case studies, best practices and insights on topics that are shaping the industry. Case studies and best practices from all industry sectors are designed to identify innovative strategies that can improve the overall delivery of health care. This unparalleled networking event puts together senior executives to meet and strategize on the crucial steps necessary to adapt their health systems to operate more efficiently to decrease the cost of care, enhance the delivery of service and improve the patient experience.
The event is organized by World Congress, which has produced the World Health Care Congress U.S. in Washington D.C. since 2004.
The World Health Care Congress Middle East is organized under the Patronage of H.H. General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates' Armed Forces and in sovereign partnership with the Health Authority-Abu Dhabi (HAAD) and Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA).
In addition to three days of programming, the WHCC Middle East includes an executive networking lounge. Current event sponsors include, The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA), Thomson Reuters, Children's National Medical Center, SNR Denton, Cerner, Turkish Health Tourism Organisation (TUHETO), Microsoft, GoTurkey.com, Turkey Health Tourism Association, Ithmaar Development Company and Business Istanbul.