Al Al-Bayt University and Electronic Health Solutions Company (EHS) sign a mutual memorandum of understanding
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Al Al-Bayt University and Electronic Health Solutions Company (EHS) sign a mutual memorandum of understanding

Saturday, July 25, 2015

The President of Al Al-Bayt University, Professor Dia Eddin Arafa and the CEO of Electronic Health Solutions Company (EHS) Rami Adwan signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the two sides.
This memorandum is designed to provide collaboration and training for Princess Salma Bint Abdulla nursing faculty students.
Hakeem Academy is an initiative launched by Electronic Health Solutions company in May 2015 aims at improving the healthcare sector in Jordan by providing training to university students on how to use the Hakeem system as well as on basic concept related to health informatics thus making them more qualified to enter the healthcare workforce.
This memorandum of understanding aims at creating specialized skills in the field of health informatics which is considered to be an integral part of preparing fresh graduates prior to them entering the workforce, thus providing a higher quality of patient care.
Professor Arafa stated that Al Al-Bait university seeks collaboration opportunity with Hakeem Academy for the purpose of conducting health informatics awareness sessions to the faculty students as well as teaching them how to benefit from the Electronic Library of Medicine “ELM”.
Arafa also added Hakeem academy will play a big role in providing extensive training to the faculty’s staff in health informatics. Also, a lab will be fully equipped with the Hakeem system in the faculty for actual training purposes.

On his part, the CEO of Electronic Health Solutions Company (EHS) Rami Adwan confirmed the significance of this memorandum of understanding with Al al-Bayt University, through developing the human capital as it is very essential and curtail to EHS’s vision and initiatives. Technology alone is not enough for the success of applying The Hakeem program without qualified workers.
Adwan added, that “ELM” one of EHS’s initiatives was founded in order to strengthen the knowledge of workers in the medical field through evidence based researches. Making EHS an entire solution for knowledge, application and gaping the bridge between the output of universities and the input of the work field.                                                                      
ELM managed to attract more than 6000 users including physicians, nurses and other specialties related to healthcare.