Sláinte Healthcare will be presenting and exhibiting at the King Fahad Medical City Innovation Fair on the 15-16th of December in Riyadh. King Fahad Medical City is considered the largest and most advanced medical complex in the Middle East with a total capacity of 1095 beds. This comprises of four hospitals expected to treat annually more than 50,000 in-patients and over 600,000 out-patients. The Main Hospital is a 459-bed hospital with specialty clinics for diagnosing and treating various diseases. Rehabilitation Hospital is a 159-bed hospital offering different levels of care, including inpatient, day rehabilitation, and outpatients’ services. A 246-bed Children’s Hospital and a 236-bed Maternity Hospital. In addition to the hospitals, King Fahad Medical City has 30 fully equipped operating rooms and contains the largest number of Intensive Care beds in the Region. The Hospital is hosting the Innovation fair promoting advances in Healthcare and Technology with a number of international Health leaders speaking at the event.
David Beausang, (Commercial Director, Sláinte Healthcare) will be presenting on the topic ‘The Painless Path to a Paperless Hospital through Technology and Innovation’ on the second day of the conference. In this presentation David will be describing the challenges that Healthcare organisations face when moving to a paperless environment and how to ensure that the IP invested in existing systems are not put at risk or lost..
“Since 2011, across Ireland, UK, Middle East, US and Australia we have had a lot of engagement with Hospitals sites who have previously invested large amounts of money and time into implementing an Electronic Medical Record structure for their healthcare organisation which has failed to be adopted successfully by users such as clinicians, nurses, administration staff etc into the organisation. In my presentation I will explore this study, the challenges faced and also steps to on how to achieve a virtuous EMR. Also drop by our stand to view a live demonstration of our Vitro platform and to discuss how we can enable your Hospital to become paperless, commented David Beausang.”