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Almoosa Health Group announce a collaborative initiative with Council of Health Insurance to improve Primary Health Care

Almoosa Health Group is excited to announce a collaborative initiative with the Council of Health Insurance to improve Primary Health Care.
This strategic endeavor is designed to define and govern accreditation standards for health facilities to provide primary care services to health insurance beneficiaries, this will improve service efficiency, reinforce preventative measures, and maximize the usage of basic insurance services in an effort to enhance the user experience and increase patient satisfaction with their healthcare providers that prioritize efficacy
The initiative also underscores the adoption of digital solutions to streamline primary health care delivery. This approach is expected to drive improvement in organization standards, foster enhanced communication channels with patients, and expedite the overall healthcare service delivery process.
It’s noteworthy that Almoosa was one of the carefully chosen four facilities for the initiation of this project.

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