Saudi Arabia to boost skils of healthcare professionals
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, October 08 - 2012 at 06:19
The Saudi health ministry has introduced a range of initiatives aimed at further boosting the kingdom's healthcare sector competencies through training, technology advancement and knowledge-sharing in line with the goals of the country's strategic healthcare plan, Arab News has reported. The initiatives include training and scholarships covering a wider section of employees at medical, technical and administrative levels; setting up a healthcare learning and simulation centre in Riyadh; establish and deploy a new e-health interoperability standards programme; and ongoing assessment by the ministry and General Electric to explore opportunities for the localisation of medical devices, the ministry said.
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