Royal Commission Health Services Program in Jubail has lately signed the scope of work and the start of the implementation of the digital transformation projects and the updating of the current technical systems through the implementation of the hospital information system project (Wateen Medical) with the Saudi Korean Health Information Company, and Enterprise resource planning project (Finance and Administration) with the Saudi Business Machines.
Engineer Bandar Bin Sanad Al Enezi, Director of Information Technology Dept., clarified that the digital transformation projects will achieve a qualitative leap in the medical services provided to the beneficiaries by providing medical information to the medical staff and applying a number of medical systems including medical file, eligibility System, Medical appointment Management System, Medical Cases Management System, Laboratory System, Pharmacy System, Radiology System, Medical Order Management System, Operations and Emergency Management System, Nursing Management System, Performance Indicator Management System, Health Care Centers System, in addition to a number of technical systems for various medical departments which shall add a large number of e-services to beneficiaries through the application of WATEEN for smart devices.
Eng. Bandar explained that the scope of work has also begun to implement a number of technical systems including warehouse management system, procurement, inventory control system, accounting and budget management system, human resources management system (recruitment, employee services, salaries).
The Director of the Royal Commission Health Services Program in Jubail Mr. Mohammed Bin Sanad Al Shammari explained that this pioneering step is a part of a package of plans and development projects for the program to promote the health services provided to the beneficiaries, namely the provision of comprehensive e-services for patients that meet the needs of beneficiaries.
Al Shammari explained that the technical transformation projects will achieve the vision of the Health Services Program of the Royal Commission in Jubail to transfer into a digital hospital, which shall contribute for raising the efficiency and quality of medical services provided to beneficiaries and support medical decision and facilitate access to medical information through the e-medical file application.
Al Shammari said that all these technical initiatives are part of the projects and initiatives of the strategic plan of the Royal Commission Health Services Program in Jubail, which was adopted in early 2017, and will be in line with the remarkable development of the health sectors in the Kingdom in line with the vision of the Kingdom 2030.
These technical projects are a continuation of the projects launched by His Excellency the Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Commission in Jubail in December 2016 through the launch of the Wateen gate.