The healthcare landscape has been drastically changing in the last decade. Along with incorporating the newest technologies to drive improved quality of healthcare, healthcare providers also have to comply and consider several regulations and mandates for their operations that go beyond patient care. While their primary responsibility is to offer the best possible medical care and attention to the patients, they have to also ensure that as an institution, they are financially healthy. Revenue management is, hence, one of the most critical aspects of hospital management. Our Pillar aims to shed some light on sensitive, controversial yet critical financial issues in the healthcare sector. How is the system effects by urgent/sudden pandemics? Are payers expected to adopt to the new medical innovations as telehealth? What are the best practices relating to payer and provider agreements?
As healthcare providers move past the traditional means of operation and embrace a more sophisticated and technology-driven process, revenue management continues to be one of the key complexities they have to deal with.
12:15 – 12:30
|Surviving and Thriving in the Integrated Health System During the Pandemic|
Dr. Azad Moopen | United Arab Emirates
Dr. Azad Moopen | United Arab EmiratesFounder Chairman & Managing Director
Dr. Azad Moopen is an Indian Physician-turned Entrepreneur / Philanthropist based in Dubai. He passed his MBBS with Gold Medal and MD from the Government Medical College, Calicut and did his DTCD from Delhi University, India. In 1987. He is the Founder Chairman and Managing Director of Aster DM Healthcare, a public listed company in Indian Stock Exchange. Dr. Moopen has earmarked large part of his personal wealth for charity through Aster Volunteers (www.astervolunteers.com) for healthcare related and other social initiatives. Some of the ongoing activities are Free / Subsidized treatments in India, Refugee relief program in Syria since 2016 – Middle East, Cancer Screening Centres for the underprivileged in various countries, BLS Training of general population, Food for Famine affected population in Somalia, Providing jobs for people with special needs etc. Dr. Azad Moopen has received ‘Padma Shri’, ‘Pravasi Bharatiya Samman’, ‘Arab Health Award’ (in 2010) and the ‘Best Doctor Award’. He is the Board Member of Abu Dhabi University and is also the Director of ‘NORKA Roots’ (Non-Resident Keralite Affairs), and the Vice Chairman of SAFI (Social Advancement Foundation of India). He is the Founder President of AKMG (All Kerala Medical Graduates Association, UAE).
12:30 – 12:45
|The Role of Regulator in The Insurance System|
Mr. Saleh Al Hashimi | United Arab Emirates
Mr. Saleh Al Hashimi | United Arab EmiratesDirector, HEALTH FUNDING, DHA
12:45 – 13:00
|Best Practices for Healthcare Spending and Healthcare- Pricing|
13:00 – 13:15
|The Value of Spending on Digital Health|
13:15 – 13:25
|Challenge the Experts|
13:25 – 13:40
|Value Based Healthcare.. Cost vs Outcomes|
Mr. David Hadley | United Arab Emirates
Mr. David Hadley | United Arab EmiratesChief Executive Officer
He is a recognised leader within the healthcare field known for crafting the requisite strategic vision to achieve business goals, global team-building and development. David Hadley is the Chief Executive Officer for Mediclinic Middle East, which is owned by Mediclinic International, one of the world’s leading private hospital groups. He has worked for Mediclinic International since 1993, and has enjoyed many positions throughout the company which enabled him to successfully command positions in Human Resources, Finance, Operations and Hospital Management. Mediclinic seconded David to Dubai in 2007 to complete the Mediclinic City Hospital Project and to head up the opening of the company’s first “off shore” facility, which opened in 2008 in Dubai Healthcare City. Since his appointment as the CEO of Mediclinic Middle East the group has grown to become the largest private healthcare provider in the UAE with seven hospitals and more than 20 clinics. They have also recently launched their first project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He completed his commerce undergraduate education in South Africa (B-Comm), dividing his time between work and school, and holds a Master’s in Business Administration.
13:40 – 13:55
|Best Methodologies Improving Payer-Provider Relationship in the revenue cycle process|
13:55 – 14:10
|The Cost of Care Delivery During the COVID 19 Pandemic|
Dr. Mohaymen Abdelghany | United Arab Emirates
Dr. Mohaymen Abdelghany | United Arab EmiratesChief Executive Officer
Dr. Mohaymen Abdelghany is a Harvard educated highly accomplished Senior Physician Executive with 25+ years of global experience that reflects achievements across public and for-profit health systems. He graduated from Harvard and INSEAD executive leadership programs and holds 2 masters in anesthesia and healthcare management. His diverse expertise is within clinical, managerial, consulting, healthcare quality, technology and business. He is an outstanding healthcare leader of cross-functional expert teams throughout healthcare ecosystems in Egypt, KSA, UAE, India and USA with proven success in designing, establishing and running existing and new health systems. He Successfully led different business transitions in healthcare such as startups, turnarounds, realignments and sustaining success. Dr. Mohaymen Abdelghany Serves on several healthcare and advisory boards and actively participate as a speaker/panelist in major international and regional healthcare conferences, symposia and meetings. He was Selected by Dubai Health Authority and Health Magazine as the UAE’s Distinguished Chief Executive in Healthcare for 2018 and as Linkedin’s Most Power Profiles CEO in the UAE for 2016.
14:10 – 14:30
|Challenge the Experts|