Abu Dhabi: The UAE’s largest healthcare network, (SEHA), has once again reiterated the superior service the body offers to the public by winning two distinguished nursing honors.
SEHA secured the Nursing Informatics Unit of the Year 2020-2021 Award and the Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality for its Ghayathi Hospital.
The honors were declared at the GCC eHealth Workforce Development Conference.
NURSING INFORMATICS UNIT OF THE YEAR 2020-2021
The honor was secured by SEHA’s Nursing Unit for its Nursing Informatics System. The Nursing Informatics which is part of SEHA’s nursing services was established to focus on the future use of technology within nursing practice and its benefits for patients.
The award aims to encourage nursing informatics and the future of nursing within a new era of technology and innovation, utilizing big data and artificial intelligence within healthcare services.
NURSING QUALITY INDICATORS (NDNQI) AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING NURSING QUALITY
SEHA’s Nursing Team at the Ghayathi Hospital, located in the Al Dhafra Region bagged the NDNQI Award for Outstanding Nursing Quality for its excellence in services.
This is an annual award that honors nursing excellence and recognizes the best-performing hospital in each category. Achieving and maintaining overall excellence in nursing performance measures shows the significant commitment of the organization to enhancing patient-centered care quality.
Commenting on the achievement, Ms. Samah Mahmoud, Group Deputy Chief Nursing and Allied Health Director at SEHA, stated that, “We are incredibly proud to demonstrate the rich capabilities of SEHA’s nurses. SEHA’s Nursing Unit focuses on structured practices, highlighting innovation and digital health as we look towards the future of nursing and healthcare. To have won these awards is an inspiring achievement and testament to our nursing team’s continuous time, effort, and investment into the success of SEHA, in addition to their tireless efforts in delivering world-class patient care.”