The annual Patient Experience Excellence Congress has been postponed to June this year due to rapid outbreak of COVID -19. The 2nd Annual event was scheduled to take place from March 16th–17th in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Talking about the event being postponed, Zenab Husain, Production Director of the PXECongress stated
“whilst we regret the inconvenience caused therein but we would like to follow all precautionary measures to ensure that the event is delivered in most favourable conditions offering satisfactory protection against any potential health and safety repercussions.”
She also added “we want to thank all our clients and partners for their support and encouragement. We hope to have your continued interested in the event and we sincerely look forward to hosting you in June instead of March this year.”
Under the esteemed patronage of Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia, the congress will now take place on 9th – 10th June 2020. The event will gather over 450 PX innovators, disruptors and futurists technologist; each committed to making compassionate healthcare a priority in their organisations and communities.
The event strategic partners include Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia, Ada’a Health, Saudi Patient Safety Centre, Planetree, IHLM and King Saud University Medical City.
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