Public Hospital Service Reform in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia guided by Health Vision 2030
International Hospital Federation - IHF
| 1 year ago
Authors: Dr. Mohamed M. Nasr, Dr. Mohammed K. Alabdulaali, Dr. Tareef Y. Alaama
Objective: To review the emerging themes in global health system reforms, compared to the reform in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia guided
by health vision 2030.
Data generation: Reforms are the privileged mode of social change used by modern societies. Persistent in-adaptation to health needs within the
health system in Saudi Arabia has motivated a search for emerging strategies that might implement the highly-demanded health reform. Upon
exploring the subject, we identify areas of potential improvement and resistance to better understanding health system reform.
Conclusion: Addressing reform tensions requiring re-enforcement of governmental capacities to design and support the targeted reform. Public Hospital Service Reform in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia guided by Health Vision 2030 (pdf 449.65kB)