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4-6 November 2012

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Building A Sustainable Healthcare System In Kuwait

The first gathering of regional and international healthcare leaders.

SPEAKER FACULTY Featuring International and Local Healthcare Policy Makers, Providers, Experts and Investors including:

WHY YOU NEED TO BE THERE:

Dr Jeff Staples CEO Sheikh Khalifa Medical City UAE

➜ Hear how Kuwait will address the healthcare challenges presented by its demographics and epidemiology

Dr Oliver Harrison Director of Public Health and Policy Health Authority Abu Dhabi UAE

➜ Position yourself to capitalise on Kuwait’s healthcare delivery and infrastructure projects ➜ Identify the best prospects for investment returns and how investors will impact the shape of the healthcare market ➜ Leverage international insights on sustainable healthcare funding solutions: social health assurance, private medical insurance, managed care HMO…

Dr Fadi El Jardali Associate Professor Health Policy American University of Beirut Lebanon Dr Mohan Chellappa President Global Ventures Johns Hopkins Medicine International, USA

➜ Adopt best practice hospital management strategies for high quality patient care ➜ Learn from regional and international peers on the role of the regulator in healthcare

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➜ Implement electronic medical records using best practice expert guidance

Focused Pre Forum Summit Days Sunday, 4 November 2012 Choose from:

Monday, 5 November 2012 09.00-10.00 Featuring

Building A Sustainable Physical Infrastructure for Healthcare

Opening Keynote Address from

Leveraging Accreditation Systems To Establish Quality Patient Care And Safety

Official Hospital Partner

Deluxe Exhibitors

Dr Helmut Schuesler Chairman and CEO TVM Capital MENA UAE

Senior Representative Ministry of Health Kuwait

SUMMIT B:

Gold Sponsors

Suhail Hajee CEO Instrata Capital Bahrain

OPENING CEREMONY

SUMMIT A:

Platinum Sponsor

Dr Tareq Al Mukhaizeem Managing Director Al Salam International Hospital Kuwait

Nadeem Nazir Hospital Director New Mowasat Hospital Kuwait Altijani Hussin Manager Health Economics Supreme Council of Health Qatar

Silver Sponsors

Exhibitors

Qais Marafie Chairman Kuwait Life Sciences Company Kuwait

Legal Partner

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PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE Sunday 4 Nov 2012 Morning Afternoon

Summit A – Future Health

Summit B – Future Health

Monday 5 Nov 2012

Tuesday 6 Nov 2012

Wednesday 7 Nov 2012

Future Health Forum

Future Health Forum

EMR Forum

Thursday 8 Nov 2012 Workshop C - EMR

Future Health Forum

EMR Forum

EMR Forum

Workshop D - EMR

For full information on the Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Forum, go to www.iirme.com/electronicmedicalrecords Future Health Kuwait is your first chance to hear Kuwait’s most senior healthcare decision makers and international healthcare experts unveil how best to meet the state’s evolving healthcare needs, and showcase the major opportunities for your business to be involved.

WHY YOU NEED TO BE THERE:

WHO YOU WILL MEET

✔ Hear key healthcare strategies and plans direct from the policy makers and learn how pending changes will impact you

➜ Government ministries and authorities

✔ Learn which health system models will be implemented to meet Kuwait’s healthcare challenges ✔ Join regional peers in vital discussions on key regulatory and funding issues

➜ Hospital developers and operators

✔ Get first hand information on how the next hospital development projects will be delivered and how you can get involved ✔ Identify the best international healthcare management practices to fast track the quality of patient care in Kuwait ✔ Implement hospital improvement initiatives with Accreditation Canada’s hands-on guide to improving the quality of patient care

A truly comprehensive overview of what’s next for Kuwait’s healthcare sector:

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Ministries of Health, Health Authorities and Regulators

➜ Health insurance providers ➜ Architects ➜ Medical equipment suppliers ➜ Laboratory services ➜ Contractors

Public Health Experts Dr Fadi El Jardali Associate Professor Health Policy American University of Beirut Lebanon

Edward Hundert, Director of the center for Teaching and Learning and Senior Lecturer in Medical Ethics, Harard Medical School, USA Dr Lameea Al Tahoo Assistant Professor, Ahlia University and Former Director Health Planning Directorate Ministry of Health, Bahrain

Altijani Hussin Manager Health Economics Supreme Council of Health Qatar

Senior Representatives Ministry of Heath Kuwait

Dr Oliver Harrison Director of Public Health and Policy Health Authority Abu Dhabi UAE

Saif Al Nabhani Advisor and Supervisor of Directorate General of Private Health Establishments Ministry of Health, Oman

Dr Helmut Schuesler Chairman and CEO TVM Capital MENA UAE

Suhail Hajee CEO Instrata Capital Bahrain

Dr Jeff Staples CEO Sheikh Khalifa Medical City UAE

Faisal Al Hamad Executive Director NBK Capital Kuwait

Qais Marafie Chairman Kuwait Life Sciences Company Kuwait

Dr Mohan Chellappa President Global Ventures Johns Hopkins Medicine International USA

Dr Bader Alzaid Altraiji Deputy CEO Royale Hayat Hospital Kuwait

Tom Lind Senior Advisor Head of Corporate Finance Gulf Bank Kuwait

Mark Lemmon CEO MENA Infrastructure Fund UAE

Nadeem Nazir Hospital Director New Mowasat Hospital Kuwait

Dr Tareq Al Mukhaizeem Managing Director Al Salam International Hospital Kuwait

Dr Michael Bitzer CEO National Health Insurance Company - Daman UAE

Mounir Kharma CEO GlobeMed Lebanon

Yousif Abu Dahr CEO Al Seef Hospital Kuwait

Dr Osamah Al Sanea CEO and Chief of Surgery Royale Hayat Hospital Kuwait

Adil Khalfan Regional Director University Health Network International Programme Kuwait

Dr Nellie Shuri Boma Chief Medical Officer Al Rahba Hospital UAE

Halima Booshehri Nursing Director New Mowasat Hospital Kuwait

Khatoon Al Jumah Nursing Director United Medical Services Kuwait

Senior Executives of Healthcare Providers

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➜ Private hospitals and clinics ➜ Private equity

✔ Meet the money: hear direct from investors on the prospects they see for healthcare investment in Kuwait

MEET YOUR SPEAKER FACULTY

➜ Public hospitals and clinics

Investors, Finance and Insurance

Consultants and Advisors

Greg White Vice President and Managing Director Cerner Middle East & Africa UAE

A.J. Montero Partner NBBJ USA

Warren Lloyd PE, LEED AP, Vice President, Director of International Operations, KJWW USA

Christopher Cross Partner and Head of Middle East Projects and Infrastructure Practice, Hogan Lovells, UAE

Ahmad Nsouli Partner The Advisory Group Kuwait

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PRE FORUM SUMMITS

Sunday | 4 November 2012

The Pre-Forum Summits are full day conference sessions running in parallel that focus on Hospital Development and Hospital Accreditation respectively. SUMMIT A: Building A Sustainable Physical Infrastructure For Healthcare

SUMMIT B: Leveraging Accreditation Systems To Establish Quality Patient Care And Safety

The Summits will run simultaneously from 09.00-17.00. Lunch will be served from 13.30 to 14.30. Refreshment and prayer breaks will be at appropriate intervals.

Opening Address:

Looking To The Future Of Public Sector Healthcare Facilities In Kuwait Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait Constructing And Designing Next Generation Hospitals •

Design, build, equip and maintain: the Ministry of Health approach to realising turnkey projects

Sustainable medical planning: overcoming clinical programming and functional space planning for maximum hospital efficiency

Leveraging Sustainable Innovation, Performance and Design to Enable Optimal Hospital Design

Sustainable MEP design: building on the latest in MEP advances to ensure longevity of hospital infrastructure

A.J. Montero, Partner, NBBJ, USA Warren Lloyd, PE, LEED AP, Vice President, Director of International Operations, KJWW, USA Juliana Shawa, Partner, The Advisory Group, Kuwait Kuwait Hospital Development Project Showcases This section will feature a selection of key hospital development projects where there are significant opportunities for partners/ suppliers to get involved! A unique must attend chance to get ahead of the competition on upcoming project tenders! Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait Next Generation Hospital Commissioning: Breathing Life Into The New Wave Of Healthcare Facilities •

Best practice commissioning for new hospitals: getting up and running smoothly post construction

Medical equipment management: exploring and implementing key components in a successful medical equipment management system

Sustainable facilities lifecycle management: maximising the value and reliability of hospital assets for the long haul

Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait

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Opening Address:

Kuwait’s Hospital Accreditation Standards – The Ministry Of Health Experience And What Public And Private Facilities Should Expect In Terms Of Training And Implementation Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait Developing Accreditation Standards For Primary Care: A Lead Role For Kuwait Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait

Super Session With Accreditation Canada International! Your Hands-On Solution To Improving Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety Through Accreditation

The session will provide an overview of the Kuwait Health Care Accreditation Programme comprising acute and primary healthcare components established by the Ministry of Health in Kuwait in cooperation with Accreditation Canada International. Designed for all professionals engaged in healthcare quality improvement in Kuwait, this session is based on the latest information on key healthcare quality improvement priorities for Kuwait’s healthcare organisations. It provides a practical guide to applying international healthcare standards in Kuwait.

Part 1: • Accreditation in the context of the Kuwait public health system • Kuwait accreditation programme for public acute care organisations: standards, process, and automation • Kuwait accreditation programme: survey process and lessons learned, self-assessment vs survey results Part 2: • Primary healthcare programme in Kuwait • Why Qmentum International? • Preparing primary healthcare organisations for accreditation Part 3: • What’s next in quality improvement in Kuwait?

Led by:

John Borody, Managing Director Middle East and Africa, Accreditation Canada International

Before joining Accreditation Canada International as an Accreditation Advisor, John Borody was the President and Chief Executive Officer for the International Centre for Infectious Diseases [ICID]. His experience ranges from overseeing health care organisations during a period of change, to facilitating the development of regional health plans, and Regional Health Board and organisational policies. Prior to joining ICID he was the CEO for the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba, the CEO with Winnipeg Home Care and CEO to the Moose Jaw-Thunder Creek District Health Board. In addition to his work experience he has served on numerous Board’s and national committees.

PANEL: Repositioning Nurses As Strategic Partners In Care To Drive Improved Standards Of Patient Care And Achieve Accreditation Halima Booshehri, Nursing Director, New Mowasat Hospital, Kuwait Khatoon Al Jumah, Nursing Director, United Medical Services, Kuwait Hospital Accreditation Case Study: Breaking Down The Top Challenges Of Achieving Hospital Accreditation In The Middle East And How They Can Be Overcome Dr Nellie Shuri Boma, Chief Medical Officer, Al Rahba Hospital, UAE Hospital Accreditation Case Study: The Road To Quality Accreditation At New Mowasat Hospital Nadeem Nazir, Hospital Director, New Mowasat Hospital, Kuwait

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Day One

Monday | 5 November 2012 Opening Ceremony

09.00

Opening Remarks From The Chairman Ahmad Nsouli, Partner, The Advisory Group, Kuwait

Keynote Opening Addresses The Strategic Direction Of The Kuwait Healthcare Sector And The Vision For Hospital Infrastructure In Kuwait Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait Dimensions Of Sustainability And GCC Healthcare Systems Exploring The Status Of Regulatory Infrastructure In Healthcare In The GCC Senior Representative, The Advisory Group, Kuwait 10.00

Networking And Refreshment Break

Designing A Sustainable Healthcare Delivery System 10.30

PANEL: Modeling A Healthcare System To Offer The Best Healthcare Outcomes This panel will feature a series of informal 15 minute presentations from each speaker, followed by an opportunity for audience questions and answers and discussion.

Building A Sustainable Physical Infrastructure For Healthcare 13.30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Spotlight On Government Of Kuwait Healthcare Infrastructure Development Plans: What Opportunities Exist For The Private Sector? Senior Representative, Ministry of Health, Kuwait

13.45

PANEL: Which Project Finance Models Have Been Most Successful In The Development of Hospital Infrastructure In The Middle East And What Lessons Can Be Applied In Kuwait To Support The Next Wave Of Development? • What can be gained from public private partnerships (PPP) in hospital infrastructure development in the Middle East, and why aren’t there more examples of successful hospital PPPs in the region? • How does the quality of care in hospitals developed and operated through a PPP model compare to that in hospitals developed through traditional procurement or a fully private enterprise? • How attractive are PPP prospects in Kuwait to local and international investors, developers and operators? • Is the privately owned share of planned healthcare infrastructure development projects of sufficient scale to attract international investors? Mark Lemmon, CEO, MENA Infrastructure Fund, UAE Tom Lind, Senior Advisor Head of Corporate Finance, Gulf Bank, Kuwait Suhail Hajee, CEO, Instrata Capital, Bahrain

14.30

PANEL: What Role Can The Private Sector Play In Delivering Healthcare In Kuwait: Are Private Investors More Interested In Investing In Infrastructure Or Services? • Is investing in chronic illness services on the agenda for private healthcare investors in Kuwait? • Could investing in healthcare services like home health, screening and diagnostics be the fastest route to meeting existing healthcare demand? • What will be the greatest drivers of growth in the private healthcare sector in Kuwait and what are the barriers? • Which healthcare specialisms offer the best investment prospects in Kuwait over the next five years? • Can investors achieve attractive returns in Kuwait’s healthcare sector while achieving high quality standards of patient care? Dr Helmut Schuesler, Chairman and CEO, TVM Capital MENA, UAE Qais Marafie, Chairman, Kuwait Life Sciences Company, Kuwait Faisal Al Hamad, Executive Director, NBK Capital, Kuwait Dr Bader Alzaid Altraiji, Deputy CEO, Royale Hayat Hospital, Kuwait Dr Tareq Al Mukhaizeem, Managing Director, Al Salam International Hospital, Kuwait

15.15

Networking And Refreshment Break

What are the constituents of a sustainable healthcare delivery system, with a focus on policy setting? Dr Fadi El Jardali, MPH, PhD Associate Professor, Health Policy, American University of Beirut, Lebanon and Evidence to Policy Fellow, McMaster University, Canada and Research Program Director, Research, Advocacy and Public Policy (RAPP) Program in the Arab World, Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs Which healthcare approaches provide the best outcomes in terms of longevity, patient satisfaction and financial risk protection? Dr Lameea Al Tahoo, Assistant Professor, Ahlia University and Former Director Health Planning Directorate, Ministry of Health, Bahrain What health system models have been applied successfully elsewhere in the GCC and how have they impacted quality and accessibility of care in the region? Dr Jeff Staples, CEO, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, UAE How are existing partnerships with international healthcare operators expected to impact the quality of care in Kuwait and is the current model set to expand? Dr Mohan Chellappa, President Global Ventures, Johns Hopkins Medicine International, USA Demographics and disease mix: what are the emerging trends in demand for healthcare services in Kuwait and how will that impact manpower planning for healthcare service delivery? Ahmad Nsouli, Partner, The Advisory Group, Kuwait

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Question And Answer Session Featuring The Session Panelists

12.00

Case Study Presentation For an opportunity to address the audience of senior healthcare leaders, policy makers and decision makers from the Kuwait healthcare sector, contact Renae Ruggieri on sponsorship@iirme.com

12.30

Lunch And Networking Break Hosted by The Advisory Group

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Sustainable Healthcare Funding 15.45

Can GCC Governments Maintain Current Healthcare Models For Their Nationals? Ahmad Nsouli, Partner, The Advisory Group, Kuwait

16.00

Evaluating Potential Models For Public Private Partnerships In The Management And Operations Of Healthcare: A Different Approach To Existing PPP Models Christopher Cross, Partner and Head of Middle East Projects and Infrastructure Practice, Hogan Lovells, UAE

16.15

PANEL: Searching For A Sustainable Healthcare Funding Model Beyond Reliance On Hydrocarbon Revenues This panel will feature a series of informal 15 minute presentations from each speaker, followed by an opportunity for audience questions and answers and discussion. Exploring the economics of healthcare in the GCC and the financial outlay associated with healthcare systems in transition Altijani Hussin, Manager Health Economics, Supreme Council of Health, Qatar What role, if any, can existing governmental funds perform in funding the healthcare needs of GCC nationals? Ahmad Nsouli, Partner, The Advisory Group, Kuwait Funding national healthcare needs through national health insurance companies: exploring the role of Daman as a change agent in Abu Dhabi Dr Michael Bitzer, CEO, National Health Insurance Company- Daman, UAE

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Third party Administrators in healthcare: valuable healthcare data repositories that regulators could benefit from Mounir Kharma, CEO, GlobeMed, Lebanon Question And Answer Session Featuring The Session Panelists

17.30

Day Two 08.50

Tuesday | 6 November 2012

Opening Remarks From The Chairman

Managing The Sustainable Delivery Of High Quality Healthcare Operations

Developing A Sustainable Regulatory Framework 09.00

Exploring The Roles Of The Healthcare Regulator, Provider And Insurer In Achieving High Quality Healthcare Outcomes: What Is The Most Effective Regulatory Mechanism And Should Financial Incentives Play A Part In Ensuring Continuous Accreditation?

09.30

Ethical Dimensions In Establishing A Sustainable Regulatory System In Healthcare Edward Hundert, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Senior Lecturer in Medical Ethics, Harvard Medical School, USA

10.00

PANEL: How Can Governments Establish A Sustainable Regulatory Framework Which Can Keep Up With The Evolving Nature Of The Industry And Ensure A Continued High Standard Of Patient Care? • Which aspects of the healthcare sector need to be regulated and by whom? • What impact would a strong independent regulator have on the standard and accessibility of patient care in Kuwait’s hospitals and clinics? • What are the main obstacles in establishing an effective independent healthcare regulator and how can they be overcome? • Regulating the practice of medical professionals: how can licensing, certification and malpractice legislation best support a balance between protecting the patient and ensuring efficient human resourcing? Dr Jeff Staples, CEO, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, UAE Edward Hundert, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Senior Lecturer in Medical Ethics, Harvard Medical School, USA Saif Al Nabhani, Advisor and Supervisor of Directorate General of Private Health Establishments, Ministry of Health, Oman

10.45

Networking And Refreshment Break

Close of Day One

11.15

PANEL: Private Sector Hospital Operators Roundtable: Breaking Down The Key Healthcare Management And Human Resourcing Strategies That Will Deliver A Sustainably High Quality Of Patient Care For Kuwait • What are the main barriers to providing high quality patient care in Kuwait and what are the healthcare management strategies that can be applied to overcome them? • What are the immediate healthcare management priorities for private healthcare providers in Kuwait? • What can be done to address existing challenges in attracting, retaining and developing high quality healthcare managers, physicians and nurses in Kuwait? • Exploring strategies for understanding and reducing healthcare costs using process improvement, resource utilisation management and “right sizing” Nadeem Nazir, Hospital Director, New Mowasat Hospital, Kuwait Yousif Abu Dahr, CEO, Al Seef Hospital, Kuwait Dr Osamah Al Sanea, CEO and Chief of Surgery, Royale Hayat Hospital, Kuwait Adil Khalfan, Regional Director, University Health Network International Programme, Kuwait

12.00

The Future of Remote Presence: From Enabling Access to Coordinating Care Mr. Michael Chan, Executive Vice President & GM, Intouch Health -in partnership with Virtus Group, USA

12.45

Closing Remarks From The Chairman

12.50

Lunch And Networking Break

Electronic Medical Records 13.50

Opening Remarks From The Chairman Shiraaz Joosub, Senior Architect in Healthcare Solutions, E3 Corporation, UAE

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Day Two Implementing An EMR System: A Strategic Decision 14.00

14.30

Convincing Hospital Top Management To Invest In Robust And Sustainable EMR Systems To Anticipate Their Needs In Preparing The Future Of Healthcare Delivery • Facts and figures: general overview of the region’s EMR maturity • Facing the difficulties related to EMR implementation by engaging experienced strong leaders and decision makers into ambitious projects • Understanding EMR as a “must have/must do” and how to initiate a long term mindset change to capitalise on shifts in future health care delivery • Updating existing software and hardware to turn the healthcare facilities into a ready-made ecosystem able to receive EMR technologies Dr Nigel Beejay, Chair Health Information Management, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, UAE Encouraging Physicians’ Buy-In Alongside EMR Systems Implementation And Enabling Adoption Through Technology Innovation And Physician Championing • Involving physicians in the EMR project phase to understand their needs and expectations and tailor a final user-friendly system to avoid rejection • Accompanying the transition from manual to digitised medical records by organising meetings and multiplying practice sessions to showcase advantages of new systems • Reinforcing medical staff support by hiring IT healthcare and informatics specialists to assure EMR adoption, support and sustainability of use • Is integrating EMR usage into appraisal calculation a solution to encourage physicians buy-in? Abdul Ghaffar Ansari, Director, Taiba Hospital, Kuwait

15.00

ePathology Solutions – Improving Clinical Outcome Mr. David Schlotterbeck, Chairman & CEO, Aperio Technologies, partnering with Virtus Group – USA

15.20

Networking And Refreshment Break Including Meeting Accelerator This unique facilitated networking session will give you a rare opportunity to meet EMR professionals from public and private sectors, international experts and solution providers. Exchange your ideas, insights and business cards you’ll need plenty!

Tuesday | 6 November 2012 15.50

Considering EMR As A Strategic Investment: Raising Funds For Implementation, Planning Necessary Running Budget And Measuring ROI • Preliminary research to invest in the right EMR system fitting with your hospital needs • Planning a long term investment to cover infrastructure preparation, system integration and technical support • Investing in recent hardware to anticipate technology changes and save on replacement and maintenance costs • Hiring IT specialists with medical background to reduce support services bill, train staff and allow short time intervention Santosh Marathe, Chief Financial Officer, American Hospital Dubai, UAE

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Interactive Debate Full participation is required for this interactive session which allows the audience to share their own views on the question at hand! The Question: Electronic Medical Records ROI: myth or reality? The Challenges: • Is the implementation of an EMR a real benefit or merely an added expense to your operational budget? • Is it possible to measure the ROI of an EMR adoption? • Are EMR vendors the cure or the cause of many system implementation related challenges?

Selecting An EMR System: Solutions And Recommendations 16.30 Round Table “EMR System Selection” Introduced By Your Chairman Selecting the best EMR system is one of the hardest decisions to be taken by hospital management and CIOs. Each Round Table will be headed by technology providers to discuss the challenges and provide solutions on how to make the appropriate choice of your EMR system. Pick your Round Table and start exchanging ideas on the following topics: Properly Selecting Your EMR Solution System In The Face Of Highly Competitive Market And A Plethora Of Offers To Meet Your Needs And Expectations • Identifying the system and infrastructure requirements of an EMR solution that meets your business needs • Measuring the organisational and financial impacts of an EMR implementation to assure success of an expensive and risky decision • Role of the IT department to choose between in-house developed systems or turnkey solutions: Avoid the traps and privilege functionality • Benchmark and long run analysis to establish a check-list of “must have” and consider “Gulf specs” to avoid non relevant information Round Table 1: EMR Vendor – Identifying EMR System and Infrastructure Needs Greg White, Vice-President and Managing Director, Cerner Middle East & Africa – UAE Round Table 2: Hospital Manager – Financial Impact on the Decision of an EMR Round Table 3: Technology Vendor – Turnkey Technology solutions that fit with your EMR Round Table 4: Consultant / Other Vendor – Aligning business and your EMR 17.15

Closing Remarks From The Chairman Shiraaz Joosub, Senior Architect in Healthcare Solutions, E3 Corporation, UAE The Advisory Group Evening Reception

Financing An EMR System: Interactive Session And Debate

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Sponsors In Association with

The Advisory Group (TAG) is a “boutique type” regional healthcare consulting company with exclusive focus on the healthcare sector. Dedicated to the delivery of evidence based and result-oriented healthcare solutions, TAG’s scope of practice covers three major healthcare subsectors as follows:

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Health Economics – Covering the full spectrum of applied health economics at both the micro (feasibility studies and business plans) and macro levels (sector assessments and reform initiatives).

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Healthcare Organisational and Management Systems – TAG works with both greenfield and operating healthcare facilities on developing evidence based, clinical and administrative operating processes and systems (management blue prints) which factor best practices as well as international accreditation standards.

3. Medical Planning – TAG works with investors, end users, and healthcare A/E firms on the full spectrum of medical/health planning portfolio of requirements which include needs assessment, functional space programs, room data sheets, as well as medical equipment specifications. In doing so, TAG implements latest international medical planning standards as well as applicable local codes and norms.

Ahmad M. Nsouli and Juliana M. Shawa are the two partners/principals of The Advisory Group. partners@theadvisorygroup.org

Gold Sponsors Cerner is contributing to the systemic change of health and care delivery. From the foundation of digitizing paper processes we now offer the most comprehensive array of information software, professional services, medical device integration and remote hosting. Cerner systems are used by everyone from single-doctor practices, corporations, hospitals and government agencies. Cerner solutions are licensed by approximately 9,300 facilities globally, including more than 2,650 hospitals; 3,750 physician practices covering more than 40,000 physicians; 500 ambulatory facilities, such as laboratories, ambulatory centers, cardiac facilities, radiology clinics and surgery centers; 800 home health facilities; and 1,600 retail pharmacies. The Virtus Group and its affiliates have over 35 years of a long and proven experience in introducing cutting-edge and innovative healthcare solutions, that are used at major hospitals and clinics in the region. Our partnership with world-class manufacturers, backed by a strong Technical team providing application support & maintenance services, empowers us to successfully pioneer the introduction of proven ‘First of a Kind’ healthcare concepts and products. Proactively addressing needs of the health-care delivery model by leveraging delivery of medical services on the IT highway, we are positioned as a reliable end-to-end solution provider in the region.

Silver Sponsors For more than 65 years, NBBJ, a leading global architecture and design firm, has helped companies and organizations create innovative places. From top-performing world headquarters (including Reebok and Telenor) to state-of-the-art healthcare facilities (including collaboration on 10 of the top 21 U.S. News and World Report Honor Roll hospitals). We have designed communities, hospitality and retail spaces, buildings, and environments to enhance people’s lives and our clients’ businesses. We are one of the 20 largest global architecture firms ranked by BD World Architecture and among Architect magazine’s top 50 which measures not only size but profitability, sustainability, and design quality. We employ more than 650 people in cities worldwide. KJWW Engineering Consultants is a global engineering consulting firm ranked by ENR among the Top 250 design firms and among the Top 15 engineering firms in the U.S. With offices throughout the U.S., Dubai, and India, KJWW Engineering specializes in the healthcare market and is among the leading healthcare engineering design firms in the U.S. Engineering disciplines include mechanical, electrical, structural, technology, acoustics, lighting, and medical equipment planning. Services involve master planning, conceptual design, design, construction administration, energy modeling, LEED certification, sustainability, and systems commissioning.

Deluxe Exhibitor Advanced Technology Company Founded in 1981, has rapidly grown to become one of the Middle East’s Market leaders in Total Medical Systems Solutions and Healthcare services. We design and build hospitals and healthcare institutions, supply a large spectrum of medical devices and healthcare products to these institutions and complement our offerings with state of the art after-sales services. As the First Healthcare services and Medical Supplies company in Kuwait to optain the ISO 9002 Certification, we are constantly striving to achieve continiued excellence in quality and processes. The company is currently listed on the Kuwait Stock Exchange as ATC since Q3 2007.

Exhibitors MIMAR Consultants is an independent entity established in 2005. However the three principals of the firm Dr. Mohammed Y. Al-Awadhi, Mr. Sikander Khan and Mr. Amer Al-Suffi have been individually practicing from the early 1980’s. MIMAR Consultants consist of multi-disciplinary group of experience professionals, who are qualified and fully capable of carrying out the extensive scope of projects. The Firm provides comprehensive design services from start to finish, beginning with programming / planning / concept designs and following through to finalization of the design; working drawings, tender documents, evaluation and award of tenders and co instruction supervision or construction administration and construction managements. CT HEALTH is one of the leading, integrated clinical-technology companies, operating across the IMEA region (India, Middle-East and Africa). More than a hundred healthcare providers have harnessed our experience of near three decades, and availed of services from our locally based technology and consulting specialists. Along with our group company IMTAC, we offer end-to-end solutions for the healthcare domain including Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and Electronic Health Records, Telemedicine and Teleradiology solutions, Integrated ERP solutions for healthcare, Clinical Automation, Medical Device Technologies, IT Infrastructure, Mobile Health & Social Media Solutions, Consulting, and Managed Services.

Legal Partner Hogan Lovells is a leading international law firm with more than 2,500 lawyers throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East, United States and Latin America. With a dedicated projects and infrastructure team on-the-ground in the UAE and Saudi Arabia led by Partner Christopher Cross, Hogan Lovells has more than 15 years’ experience advising on the development and financing of hospitals through concession style public-private partnerships around the world, including drafting the NHS Standard Form of Concession Contract on behalf of the UK Government.

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Payments A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only those delegates whose fees have been paid in full will be admitted to the event. You can pay by company cheques or bankers draft in Dirhams or US$. Please note that all US$ cheques and drafts should be drawn on a New York bank and an extra amount of US$ 6 per payment should be added to cover bank clearing charges. In any event payment must be received not later than 48 hours before the Event. Entry to the Event may be refused if payment in full is not received. Credit card payment If you would like to pay by credit card, please tick here and a member of our team will contact you to take the details

Cancellation

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If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate will be welcome in your place. Registrations cancelled more than 7 days before the Event are subject to a $200 administration charge. Registration fees for registrations cancelled 7 days or less before the Event must be paid in full. Substitutions are welcome at any time. All registrations are subject to acceptance by IIR which will be confirmed to you in writing. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and IIR reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers or topics.

Avoid Visa Delays - Book Now Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-GCC nationals may take several weeks to process.

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Crowne Plaza, Kuwait Tel: +965 184 8111 Accommodation Details We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the IIR Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971 4 407 2693 Fax: +971 4 407 2517 Email: hospitality@iirme.com

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