Under the Patronage of H.E. Dr Ali Masoud Ali Al Sunaidy, Minister of Commerce and Industry (MOCI), Sultanate of Oman. Hosted by the Capital Market Authority of the Sultanate of Oman, Middle East Insurance Review is pleased to bring the Middle East Healthcare Insurance Conference back to Muscat, following the big success of the event held at the Sultanate last year, to continue discussion on the compulsory health insurance system launched in January 2018 that is projected to boost growth in the country’s insurance market.
What are the success strategies of a nation-wide healthcare system? What are the critical dynamics and the drivers of the business? How to use data to control costs and improve quality of care? How can insurers, employers, TPAs, pharmas and healthcare providers contribute collectively? What more can government and the insurance industry do to collaborate to ensure greater efficiency and higher standards in the way forward?
The three-day conference will continue to look at the developments of compulsory health insurance in Oman and across the region; regulatory issues, the top health trends around the world; managing rising healthcare costs; impact of healthtech and insurtech on insurance, use of artificial intelligence & analytics and innovative healthcare solutions for success.