A productive workforce is essential for strengthening the healthcare system as it helps in detecting and preventing healthcare emergencies, promoting the health, and well-being of the population. The workforce in healthcare includes all healthcare professionals and support staff who deliver or assist in providing healthcare services. These include doctors, nurses, hospital managers, ambulance drivers, other non-medical staff, etc.
For the smooth functioning of workforce solutions, there must be the availability of three essential services- human resources, physical capital, and consumables. Therefore, all healthcare organizations should focus on strengthening these services for dealing with their healthcare issues, which is only possible through a proper workforce development process.
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The GCC Taskforce on Workforce Development in Digital Healthcare envisions a sustainable digital health ecosystem through a skilled and empowered local eHealth workforce. We believe that by all stakeholders - government, education, industry, healthcare organizations, and others - working together across the GCC region, we can develop a framework for standards and professional development in eHealth that not only creates a loyal, long-term workforce but offers a future for all our young population.
We are currently at a crucial point in time for corporate healthcare – employers are operating in a political and economic situation that has considerably evolved. Building and expanding onsite employee health clinics has become an imperative in enabling employers to offer competitive benefits, control costs, and provide quality healthcare to employees. Moreover, employers must redefine their corporate healthcare strategy, and innovation will be key to success!
The opportunities and challenges facing onsite health clinics have drastically changed over the past year. Healthcare reform has made its way to center stage on all matters related to healthcare, and onsite employee health clinics are no exception. Employers are aggressively seeking innovative means to cut back on corporate healthcare costs, and onsite employee health clinics have proven to be an effective way to significantly reduce those healthcare costs, and ultimately, have a positive impact on the company’s bottom line.
By attending the 2022 Onsite Employee Health Clinics Summit, you will learn what it takes to build and streamline facilities that meet innovative visions for healthcare and wellness. You will also learn the benefits associated with expanding current onsite health facilities. Furthermore, you will walk away with practical solutions to operate a cost-effective healthcare program while providing quality healthcare.
In the second in our series of EU-Africa Summits we are focusing on Skills for Health as part of a series of sessions which this time will focus on Skilling up the workforce. We will have a wider overview from across Europe and Africa as well as needs and solutions from both continents.
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