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GHI Looks to Healthcare Regulators for Much Needed Quality Drive

As GHI moves into its second phase of acquisitions, CEO Mark Adams calls for healthcare regulators to drive quality for a more patient-centered approach and increased public benefit.

” With a limited public system in place and poor underlying conditions, GCC regulators need to prioritise the needs of patients” said Adams. ”Quality versus cost is an ongoing conundrum in the healthcare sector but while the market itself does not want to pay for quality it is a necessity that needs to be driven by those in a regulatory capacity. ”

GHI, which is wholly owned by Global Capital ManagementGlobal Capital ManagementLoading… Kuwait, owns and operates the regional Medsol network of fourteen pathology laboratories. Medsol has recently invested in the region of 130,000 AED per lab on international quality assurance and accreditation standards. GHI is committed to significant investment in strategic GCC healthcare assets during 2010.

Amongst his recommendations for innovation at the Abu Dhabi summit, Adams championed the establishment of suitable cancer networks, rehabilitation and cardiac services, mobile clinics, greater health education, respite and hospice care. He added; ”we are seeing emerging examples of International ‘Best Practice’ in the region from those such as John Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic, City and ; the challenge now is to broaden that benchmark to reach more patients. ”

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