Multidisciplinary consultancy and healthcare professionals network will deliver end-to-end solutions to public and private sector clients
A new strategic alliance between Khatib & Alami (K&A) and management4health (m4h) will deliver end-to-end healthcare solutions to public and private sector clients, with a diverse focus ranging from university hospitals with research centers, to wellness clinics and health tourism, claim the firms.
Both K&A and m4h currently partner to assist governments, ministries and private businesses overcome the immediate threat of Covid-19, but their newly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) will help achieve a longer term priority to help clients prepare for the ‘new normal’ through the development of robust, efficient and adaptive healthcare systems and services.
In a statement announcing the alliance, the companies claimed their, “combined approach offers holistic solutions for every stage of pandemic response, including: tracking its spread within communities; the development of healthcare strategies; digital solutions; the design, procurement and project management of hospitals and specialist facilities; and assisting clients to secure funding from development institutions and other commercial financing firms and banks. K&A and m4h are also helping organizations to look beyond the current situation by establishing long-term resilience and preparedness.”
Dr Najib Khatib, CEO, K&A, believes the combined offering of the new strategic alliance provides an unprecedented breadth and depth of healthcare expertise to clients in the Middle East and Africa region.
“As communities come to terms with the unprecedented impact of Covid-19 across all aspects of society, it is vital that we work collaboratively to help them resume some sense of regular life in a safe and appropriate way. Our alliance with m4h brings together a wealth of knowledge and experience, including world-class digital solutions which give organizations and communities much needed confidence that their healthcare systems are in the appropriate state of readiness to minimize the risk and potential impact of any further outbreaks.”
Stefano Ferrari, managing director, m4h, added that it is essential that firms are fully prepared for the challenges of safeguarding the health of their employees, their clients and communities, and that governments put all the necessary rigor into their current and future healthcare provisions in a post-COVID-19 climate: “Through our alliance with K&A, we bring an opportunity to harness our vast expertise where the combined effort will help clients emerge from this crisis stronger, more resilient, and ready for the future.”
K&A is a multidisciplinary consultant, whose expertise includes: the design and engineering of facilities; city and regional planning; digital geospatial solutions to support understanding and decision-making; procurement assistance; hazardous waste management; and project finance assistance, among other specialist areas. m4h, meanwhile, is a partnership of health sector professionals specialised in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of international health projects and programs.
The companies said that they will now “focus on supporting all aspects of national healthcare systems, including public health policy and awareness, medical facilities and private sector workplaces”.