Health and economics are intertwined; healthy populations have more healthy economies and healthy economies produce healthier populations. But this relationship between health and economics has many more dimensions, involving innovation, education, employment and investment. Health is one of the major drivers of a nation’s economy, it also represents one of the major financial management challenges facing virtually all nations as they seek to maximize the value of their increasing healthcare expenditures for their people and for their overall economy.
The Saudi Conference on Health Economics & Financial Management is the first of its kind in Saudi Arabia and the MENA region. The conference combines the strength of on-site interactions between delegates, speakers and sponsors with the flexibility of access through an online platform.
We have identified four main relevant areas of outmost importance during the health care transformation in Saudi Arabia and used to build a comprehensive program centered on four themes during the main conference. The pre conference workshops add a unique experience of focused, small group interactions to meet specific needs of participants.
The scientific abstracts and exhibits maximize value by bringing scientific evidence and business solutions in one space. Presenters of scientific abstracts will have the opportunity of sharing their work, while exhibitors will present solutions that meet various business and practical needs of many participants.