Synbiotix and health matrix announce partnership agreement to bring a new focus to the measuring and monitoring of clinical performance

April 23, 2013 by

London (England), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) 23rd April 2013 – Synbiotix, the leading provider of clinical audit and governance solutions for the measuring and monitoring of clinical and non-clinical performance has announced a partnership with Health Matrix Corporation which is believed will begin to answer the growing demand for meaningful key performance data in the region’s healthcare sector.

Whilst the focus in the past has been on building new healthcare facilities in the region, it’s only in recent years that attention has begun to be paid to how these facilities are run and the quality of care they are delivering. An important part of this is being able to capture key information at the point of care; a ward or department, that, when analyzed in context, identifies areas for improvement and allows managers, senior managers, and board-level executives to make necessary changes. ‘Ward to Board’ visibility of key performance metrics, captured and displayed in real-time through simple, clear web-based interfaces, allows organizations to identify gaps much faster and implement solutions much sooner.

Joe Lynham, CEO of Synbiotix commented on the agreement, “The partnership with Health Matrix is a significant step forward for Synbiotix and will allow us to work with an established leader in the provision of health IT solutions in the region. We are confident that the Middle East, which has long been of interest to us, represents great potential for growth and expansion, and our solutions, which we have proven in the last ten years of operation in the UK and Cyprus, will allow the region to begin capturing meaningful and useful performance data which can be used to drive standards improvements in all areas of healthcare service provision.”

Abdul Rahman Qasim, CEO of Health Matrix added, “Today, the Middle East Healthcare sector faces a growing demand towards additional governance mechanisms to ensure the efficient quality of treatment. Clinical governance itself presents a new challenge – to incorporate best practices of clinical audit and quality within healthcare organizations’ day-to-day operations. We are confident that Synbiotix has the right tools and know-how to bring increasing multi-professional participation within healthcare organizations and achieve better outcomes of care towards improved patient care”.

To formally launch the partnership, Synbiotix will be exhibiting alongside Health Matrix at the Ministry of Health and HIMSS ME 2013 Conference and Exhibition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 30th April and 1st May.

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