Seha expands Mas'aool to homecare patients
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 10 - 2012 at 12:20
Abu Dhabi Health Services Co (Seha) has announced the extension of its Mas'aool programme to homecare patients, as part of efforts to enhance community outreach, Gulf Today has reported. The initiative gives patients and their families a chance to interact directly with Seha and its facilities' decision-makers to apprise them of feedback and opinion on the healthcare services. "The Mas'aool initiative is designed to reach out to the community and listen to what our clients, patients and members of the community have to say," said Khalifa Al Ketbi, Seha deputy chief of Operations.
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