Enablers Of Change: CloudClinik Meets With Supreme Council Of Health, Qatar

The National Health Strategy (NHS) brings to life the vision for the healthcare sector laid out in the Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030), which states that:

“A world-class integrated healthcare system is a critical component of the human development pillar of the QNV 2030”

The strategy was developed from significant input from various stakeholders in the health sector and beyond. A series of workshops, forums and individual consultations were scheduled in the recent past to attribute the strategy development process.

As one of the enablers of change in the private healthcare sector of Qatar, Ooredoo’s CloudClinik is among the key stakeholders in the development and establishment of E-Health in Qatar. In this context, a meeting between CloudClinik and the Supreme Council of Health was conducted in Doha on January 11, 2016 with Eng. Robert Moorehead (Director, National Health Strategy – Project Management Office, Supreme Council of Health).

The meeting was successful from various perspectives including the discussion on policy & standards being implemented at CloudClinik, which is Qatar’s 1st cloud-based Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system hosted at the Qatar’s finest Ooredoo Data Center.

L-to-R: Mr. Khalid Bohouch (Consultant, PWC), Mr. Aftab Arif (Business Development Manager, Ooredoo CloudClinik, Eng. Robert Moorehead (Director NHS PMO, SCH)

At present, CloudClinik is the fastest growing EMR system in Qatar via Ooredoo’s connectivity while ensuring the patients’ data security & privacy as per the international standards of security. The digitization and standardization of patients’ data is of prime importance for us at CloudClinik. Our vision is to align ourselves with the policies & guidelines of the Supreme Council of Health while our mission is to support the local healthcare market needs of Qatar with around the clock client services team.

In order to know more about Ooredoo CloudClinik, please visit www.cloudclinik.qa or contact your Ooredoo’s Account Manager or dial 800 8000 / (+974) 5587 3583.

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