Register now for Professional Masterclass Performance & Process Improvement

12 – 13 April, 2019 Dusit Thani, Abu Dhabi

Join the masters – Wendy Woods from Melbourne and Samer Ellahham, MD, a Staff Physician in the Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, for their highly-considered Masterclass maximising the use of culture, data and other tools to bring value to the healthcare you offer.

Data in action

How do you know that your improvements are actually working and making a difference to realising improved outcomes, your future vision, and increased patient safety?

Assessment and evaluation techniques will assist in helping you to understand the meaning of the data you are collecting on your performance.

Improving Value in Healthcare

Understanding core improvement project management skills to drive initiatives to address the current state gaps, using data measurement and performance indicator principles.

The Value of this Masterclass

Learn how to implement, evaluate and make correct assessments to your improvements.  Learn how to make a difference in realising improved  outcomes, using the data value and increased patient safety.  Assessment and evaluation techniques will help you sharpen the core improvement project management skills to drive initiatives to address the current  state gaps.  Register now at + 971  50 841 2292.

Wendy Wood

Wendy Wood

Associate Professor of the University of Melbourne

Associate Fellow of the Australian College of Health Service Management

Lead Assessor for the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards


Advisory Council Health Complaints Commissioner

Consultant on healthcare, education and redevelopment projects

Board Director of Better Care Victoria

Samer Ellahham

Samer Ellahham

Regional Chair, Middle East, Patient Safety Movement Foundation

AHA Hospital Accreditation Science Committee Member

Speaker and Master Black Belt  Lean Six Sigma

Senior Cardiovascular Consultant



Last Review Date 22 March 2019

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