It was organised in collaboration with the UK Embassy in Muscat and KPMG. The workshop, which was held below the patronage of H E Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Obaid al Sa’eedi, Minister of Health, targeted selection-makers and senior officials in the ministry, such as directors basic, hospital executives, members of the investment committee, members of the well being insurance coverage committee, economic managers and well being administrators in governorates.
The occasion was held to implement different models of public-private partnership and propose a frequent framework for some healthcare projects.
Dr Halima bint Qalam al Hinai, HIFA director, stressed that the partnership in between the public and private sectors will decrease the stress on the government to develop hospitals and offer government’s well being sector with certified experience and sophisticated technologies, which will straight impact healthcare. However, this partnership demands the government sector to be versatile adequate to adapt to the private sector that is creating day by day and to constantly train its healthcare employees and acquire and offer modern day technologies.
During the coaching, the participants have been provided tasks on how to recognize the projects appropriate for implementation in the assets of the Ministry of Health, (therapeutic and help) solutions that could be topic to the public-private partnership, and these projects have been classified as higher, medium or low based on their readiness.
The outputs of the sensible coaching side of the participants have been then evaluated by the specialists and international trainers involved in the implementation of the workshop.
Information Source: Muscat Daily