Fakeeh University hospital partners with SAP to accelerate its digital transformation

Fakeeh University Hospital has announced that its digital transformation with SAP is set to enhance experiences for more than 700,000 patients per year.

Dr. Fatih Mehmat Gul, Chief Executive Officer of Fakeeh University Hospital.

“Committed to excellence through research, education, and clinical care, precise diagnoses and data-assisted decision making is embedded in our culture for better patient outcomes and faster recoveries,” said Dr. Fatih Mehmat Gul, Chief Executive Officer of Fakeeh University Hospital. “Our digital transformation with SAP is delivering accountable, compassionate, and innovative healthcare services to enhance the well-being of the community.”

To further support healthcare innovation in the region, Fakeeh University Hospital has worked with global technology company SAP to utilize the right tools to support instant decision making, to be future-ready for growth and innovation without limitation.

In line with its vision to be a leading regional role model for patient care and medical education, the hospital now has full visibility and real-time insights on patient and doctor care and history, asset management, medical billing and insurance processes. All user interfaces are modern, highly intuitive, and simple to use.

In addition, SAP’s holistic approach to human capital management – ‘from hire to retire’ – has assisted Fakeeh University Hospital to motivate its workforce to perform their best, collaborate and communicate as a family, and grow and upskill through unlimited access to a host of learning materials at any given time.

With an academic and research facility affiliation, Fakeeh University Hospital functions as one of the most advanced smart hospitals in the region, using robust technological systems to facilitate patients’ care and doctors’ efficiency. Through its highly innovative, automated supply chain, the hospital is setting a benchmark in the region by revolutionizing ways in which internal and external hospital systems can be managed.