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Software firm Ideagen sponsor leading healthcare and life science event in Abu Dhabi

17 May 2016

Ideagen, the providers of world leading governance, risk and compliance software to over 2500 organisations globally, is to showcase its flagship products at a leading healthcare and life science event in the Middle East.

Delegates from the company will attend the Patient Safety & Quality Congress between 23rd and 25th of May in the Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche Hotel in Abu Dhabi.

The event will see over 250 key members of the healthcare and life science industries in the region congregate to discuss the latest changes and trends in the industry, including proposed developments in technology designed to enhance patient safety and experience.

As one of the event’s sponsors, Ideagen’s team will be on hand to discuss the latest product enhancements of its flagship quality and safety management product Q-Pulse, as well as its cloud offering Coruson.

Paul Marshall, Head of Ideagen’s Middle East operations, said: “This conference is pivotal in helping to raise awareness and increase knowledge of the latest regulations, policies and accreditation requirements that govern patient safety and quality in healthcare and life sciences in the region.

“We are delighted to be supporting this event, which will cement and enhance knowledge of both our brand and our industry expertise not only in Abu Dhabi, but across the Middle East region itself.”

The three day conference includes an Innovation Forum for healthcare solution providers and technology specialists, such as Ideagen.

Mr Marshall added: “With the latest version of our Q-Pulse product being prepared for release, as well as our cloud offering Coruson being continually improved and upgraded, we are extremely excited at the prospect of speaking with delegates at the Patient Safety & Quality Congress 2016.” 

Ideagen’s team will be found at Stand 13 for the event, with the company aiming to highlight and promote its software systems designed to improve incident reporting, clinical audits, training and the automation of both quality and safety.
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