QATAR – Aamal Medical, a Qatari medical equipment supplier, and Radar Healthcare have teamed up to provide the State’s chosen Healthcare Incident Reporting and Learning System for nationwide implementation.
The focal point of the partnership is to establish a comprehensive learning system that goes beyond incident reporting.
In a joint statement, Mr. Gokhan Ozkan, General Manager of Aamal Medical, said: “At Aamal Medical, we are on a constant journey of innovation and excellence in healthcare. This agreement marks the beginning of another powerful partnership, ensuring the highest standards of care for all.”
With over 30 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Aamal Medical is a fully-owned subsidiary of Aamal Company Q.P.S.C., one of the leading diversified companies in the State of Qatar.
Aamal Medical’s wealth of extensive experience will ensure the development of the new project efficiently and at a high level of quality, bringing knowledge and expertise across sourcing, consultancy, and distribution.
Speaking on Aamal Medical’s partnership with Radar Healthcare, Mr. Gokhan Ozkan stated: “Together, we commit to delivering advanced healthcare, fostering patient-focused solutions, and building a healthier future for all.”
Under the new agreement, Aamal Medical and Radar Healthcare will leverage their collective strengths, resources, and expertise to achieve the ambitious objectives under the Qatar National Vision 2030 and associated National Health Strategy.
The two entities will work closely on a strategic initiative aimed at reinforcing and streamlining the delivery of safe and high-quality healthcare services throughout the entire country.
This project seeks to not only promote the sharing of valuable insights but also foster a culture of continuous improvements across all healthcare organizations.
In his address, Paul Johnson, Chief Executive Officer at Radar Healthcare, expressed his pride in being an integral part of Qatar’s national healthcare strategy.
It is worth highlighting that Radar Healthcare, which is renowned for its award-winning approach, will play a pivotal role in advancing the goals of Qatar’s healthcare sector.
“Being the central platform for all healthcare organizations to get to the core of lessons learned is another step forward in our vision to make a real difference in outcomes,” highlighted Paul Johnson.
Key features of Radar Healthcare’s System include a risk-based approach, centralized solution, continuous learning loop, and electronic patient record triggers.
This system adopts a risk-centric methodology, ensuring comprehensive management of quality, patient safety, and compliance.
By integrating incident data, reporting metrics, insights, and outcomes, the system ensures a perpetual cycle of learning and improvement.
It also offers a unified platform for incident management, audit processes, and quality improvement plans, resulting in improved patient safety and operational efficiency.
Additionally, Radar Healthcare System adopts a risk-centric methodology, ensuring comprehensive management of quality, patient safety, and compliance.
The system also adopts a risk-centric methodology, ensuring comprehensive management of quality, patient safety, and compliance.
It is built on the principles outlined by Institute for Healthcare Improvement and utilizes Electronic Patient Record triggers.
As thus, Radar Healthcare identifies adverse events, near misses, and potential harm, enabling proactive risk mitigation and enhanced quality of care.
The implementation of Radar Healthcare’s system, in collaboration with Aamal Medical, marks a significant milestone in the pursuit of excellence in patient safety, risk management, and compliance.
By centralizing incident management, audit processes, and quality improvement plans, Qatari healthcare organizations will enhance patient safety, reduce risks, and increase operational efficiency.
“To be a fundamental part of this national implementation strategy across Qatar is a testament to the passion everyone has to drive continuous improvement in healthcare,” underscored Paul Johnson.