Date / Time: 05 May 2015 Download ICS File We are pleased to invite you to participate in the first National E-Health Private Sector Forum. This will be an invaluable opportunity for your organization to obtain first-hand information on the recently launched National Health Strategy project that will shape E-Health in Qatar. The National Health Strategy (NHS) 2011-2016 is a comprehensive set of initiatives and reforms aligned to the Qatar National Vision 2030. Together, two of its constituent projects, NHS Projects 2.3 Improving Healthcare Data and 2.4 E-Health Establishment, form the Qatar National E-Health and Data Management Program (QNeDP). The National E-Health Private Sector Forum on 5th of May aims to share with the private healthcare providers an overview of the QNeDP, including its vision, mission and guiding principles. It will present the Program’s objectives, accomplished milestones and the overall timelines. Moreover, the Forum will discuss future engagement opportunities with the Program during the development of the National E-Health and Data Management Strategy. The Forum will take place on Tuesday, 5th of May starting at 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Supreme Council of Health Auditorium. We would be grateful if you could attend and/or invite other colleagues in your organization who are interested in E-Health and Data Management. For queries and additional information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org . Also, one of the key tasks of the QNeDP will be to develop a comprehensive situational and gap analysis to identify E-Health and Data Management priorities that will lead to the development of a robust strategy for the state of Qatar. In order to accomplish this task, we will need to gather information about the current information systems that are in use within your organisation. Therefore, we would like to invite you to participate in the Healthcare Providers' Information Systems Inventory Survey click here This survey would require technical insight from the IT department and hence it would be recommended to direct this survey to the head/director of IT department or the technical IT support lead. We look forward to your active participation as well as your valuable contributions to the event and ‘Healthcare Providers' Information Systems Inventory’ survey.