SAUDI HEALTHCARE SECTOR MOVING TOWARDS VISION 2030 PLAN
As part of the Saudi Vision 2030, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has unveiled a comprehensive plan for reform of its entire economic structure. The main goals are to develop other industries and sectors to ensure that the economy is no longer as dependent on oil as a source of income while decreasing public spending with a greater participation from the private sector.
A rapidly growing population and increasing instances of lifestyle-related illnesses have opened up a huge market for healthcare, making it one of the main focus areas of Vision 2030. Needless to say, this is bound to have a dramatic effect on healthcare demands.
In light of these recent developments, BizWingz Production House is organizing The Saudi Healthcare Privatization Summit later this year, where the best minds in the healthcare industry from across the pan-Saudi region, as well as the rest of the world, will convene to bridge the demand-supply gap on a single platform.
As part of its Vision 2030 commitments, the private sector is being encouraged to play an increasing role in meeting the healthcare demand. Whereas the public sector is expected to focus on promoting preventive care, reducing infectious diseases and encouraging citizens to make use of primary care as a first step. The state, which currently provides nearly 80% of health care, is now trying to encourage private investment in the sector.
Vision 2030 aims to provide healthcare through public corporations, both to enhance quality and to prepare for privatization in the longer term. The Saudi Healthcare Privatization Summit covers various aspects of the healthcare industry including the latest innovations in manufacturing medical equipment, regulatory issues, the role of healthcare in the nation’s economy, the impact of digital transformation, to mention a few.
Registration for the Summit is open – Ensure your participation for the ultimate knowledge-sharing summit at the earliest.