The 45th IHF World Hospital Congress

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On the 10th of November, 2021, the Secretary General of Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries, Majid Zangooei, and the Chief Executive Officer of the International Hospital Federation, Ronald Lavater, met at the IHF event to discuss the potential for collaboration between their organizations. The meeting focused on the expansion of cooperation and the methods that could be employed to achieve this goal.

One of the key areas of discussion was the development of international networks of related societies. Zangooei and Lavater emphasized the importance of building strong partnerships with other organizations in the healthcare industry. By working together, they could create a more cohesive and effective healthcare system that would benefit patients and healthcare providers alike.

The two leaders also discussed the need for more satisfying regulations in the fields of health and health tourism. They recognized that there are many challenges associated with regulating these industries and that a more effective regulatory framework would be necessary to ensure that patients receive the best possible care. Zangooei and Lavater emphasized that this would require close cooperation between governments, healthcare providers, and other stakeholders.

The meeting concluded with a discussion of the potential benefits of closer collaboration between the Health Tourism Development Center of Islamic Countries and the International Hospital Federation. Zangooei and Lavater agreed that there were many areas where their organizations could work together, including the development of new technologies, the sharing of best practices, and the promotion of international standards for healthcare.

Overall, the meeting between Zangooei and Lavater was a productive and constructive discussion of the potential for collaboration between their organizations. They recognized the challenges facing the healthcare industry, but also saw many opportunities for improvement through closer cooperation and more effective regulation. By working together, they hope to make healthcare services more desirable and accessible to people around the world.

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