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Bupa Arabia shows presence at the 2nd Saudi Society for Health Administration Conference

Being highly active amongst various health platforms, Bupa Arabia, the largest health insurance provider in the Kingdom, recently partook at the second Saudi Society for Health Administration Annual Conference in Riyadh under the platform of “The Transformation of Healthcare Administration 2030”, that was held at Al Maarefa Colleges in Riyadh with the presence of high profile medical body individuals from across the Kingdom. 

Tal Nazer, CEO of Bupa Arabia stated that: “The participation and sponsorship of Bupa Arabia at such a vital event comes within the framework to constantly be taking part in multiple symposiums and healthcare activities across the country. We have worked closely with various public and private entities to continuously develop healthcare in the Kingdom parallel to the 2030 Vision, catering to all members of our community.” 

The conference lasted for three days and discussed a number of significant matters including the creation of a suitable environment for the process of transformation in health administration through the drafting of legislation and policies. The conference also targeted the necessary preparations and qualifications of human resources in the healthcare sector. 

“The conference aims to significantly improve practices by seeking leaders in the industry that are capable of transforming healthcare, while ensuring a scientific environment where experts and specialists in both health administration and transformation cross paths to share experiences and research in the field of health management. This conference also aims to shed light on the best scientific and international practices to guarantee the right path of healthcare transformation in the Kingdom,” concluded Tal.

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