Medical technologies have the potential to make the lives of Saudi residents healthier, more productive and as independent as possible. Technological breakthroughs such minimally-invasive surgical techniques to treat aneurysms have enabled previously bed-ridden patients to lead normal lives. IT solutions have also helped streamline hospital operations to maximize patient services. The use of advanced technology to provide medical care requires knowledgeable users, however. There is a growing need to provide healthcare staff with quality training for them to properly operate various types of technologies.
In order to bridge the gap between technology and user competencies,
"The KSA is the biggest IT market in the Gulf, so the local healthcare sector is well-positioned to harness the potential of technology to optimize medical services in the Kingdom. The best technologies, however, can only be effective if their full potential is harnessed. This is why, aside from delivering cutting-edge-technologies, CGM also focuses on solid training so that healthcare staff know the full capabilities of the machines and equipment they handle and consequently deliver the best technology-enabled services possible to patients," said
"CGM fully recognizes the importance of proper and regular training and performance monitoring to maximize the benefits of its solutions and make meaningful contributions to the growth and development of the Saudi healthcare sector in the process. This is why we give equal weight to the quality of our products and the knowledge and capabilities of operating personnel so that we can deliver the best results to healthcare partners," added
During the HIS training, CGM explained the system's platform specifications and workflow and database schema and properties. Staff easily gained a firm grasp on how to use the solution's design tools such as the Enterprise Manager and the Form and Reporting Tools. The session will enable staff to efficiently manage and operate the system in line with the hospital's technical and business requirements.
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