Dead Sea, Jordan – 20th March 2012: Health Matrix was invited to deliver a speech concerning the "Future of Medical Tourism and Technology in the E-Health Industry" as part of the International Medical Tourism, Wellness and Spa Congress in Jordan. The speech was part of the fifth theme of the congress and was delivered by our CEO, Abdul Rahman Qasim who discussed current issues and challenges in the healthcare industry in the Middle East.
Abdul Rahman Qasim presented the Health Matrix model in attending to recent challenges in the expectations of consumers and related requirements by regulators in the healthcare industry under world-class solutions bringing a successful story of applied standards and deliverables to the local region.
For more details on the congress, visit http://imtcjordan.com/Default.aspx
About Health Matrix
Founded in 2009 by Healthcare Professionals with extensive expertise and contacts within the Healthcare Sector, Health Matrix has offices in Saudi Arabia and Jordan and on-going projects throughout the Middle East Region. Our vision is to meet the needs of Middle East Region through establishing a “Connecting Health” Platform for Health Community. To learn more visit http://www.healthmatrixcorp.com or call: +966 1 4626625
About International Medical Tourism, Wellness and Spa Congress Jordan
The International Medical Tourism, Wellness and Spa Congress, Dead Sea-Jordan, 18th and 20th March 2012.
Jordan’s forthcoming congress on medical tourism and wellness has been the result of decades of attention focused on the standards and quality of its healthcare services. The Kingdom has long been known for its high standards and quality of medical care, affordable healthcare services and its high number of internationally trained, board certified and multilingual physicians and nursing staff.
For years, Jordan’s health sector has increasingly been visited by regional and international patients seeking competitive medical fees and highly advanced medical services. In 2010, Jordan was recognized by the World Bank as the leading regional destination for healthcare, and the fifth medical tourism destination worldwide.
Today, the Kingdom of Jordan’s attraction as a healthcare hub is bolstered by a growing string of internationally accredited hospitals. Geographically, Jordan is also home to some of nature’s best health spots located in a landscape largely unchanged since biblical times: the healing waters of the Dead Sea and the therapeutic hot springs of Ma’in. In the past decade, ultra-modern health resorts and spas that meet international health standards have sprouted alongside these natural health hotspots to cater to wellness clients seeking alternative healthcare treatments.
At the crossroads of three continents, and regionally central, Jordan has doubled its efforts over the years to increase awareness of its excellence in the medical sector. The Kingdom’s political and social stability have been an overriding factor in the sector’s ability to move forward and to step up efforts where needed.