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Oman - CMA to host Middle East Health Ins. Conference

Tuesday, 02 18 2020, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: Oman
MUSCAT: The Capital Market Authority will host 13th Middle East Health Insurance Conference in collaboration with the Middle East Insurance Review in Muscat on March 3-4, 2020.

The conference, which is being held for the third time in Oman, will be held under the theme ‘Digital Transformation in Health Insurance and Investment Opportunities’ and will be attended by many participants from different countries to present their experience in this field.

The conference aims to present the Sultanate’s experience in health insurance and the efforts exerted to improve the quality standards of health services in addition to benefiting from global experience and modern technologies of health insurance as well as the future vision of the industry.

The conference coincides with the ongoing preparations in the Sultanate for the implementation of health insurance scheme for the employees of the private sector. Visitors to Oman ‘Dhamani’ will bring an opportunity to acquaint with the regulatory role to ensure provision of quality health services that promote the health insurance industry and benefit from the local and global progresses in the quality standards, information security and data privacy as well as acquainting with the practices of government organisations in health insurance.

Hosting the conference will allow great opportunities to access and avail international and regional experience on the regulation of the health insurance market which is a means for the provision of health care and promoting the quality of the services.

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