Locate five different types of healthcare organizations in Saudi Arabia. Formulate a chart that describes the differences in the facilities. Be sure to include items that describe their:
Areas of treatment,
Advantages and disadvantages to the structure, and
Any other relevant information.
Your chart should meet the following requirements:
Be 4–6 pages in length, not including the cover or reference pages.
Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of six scholarly articles. Two of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but four must be external.
Provide full APA citations for articles under review.
Saudi Healthcare organizations
3- Rayan hospital by HMG
please include in-text-citation
and use the references and the attachment document as guide
Aldosari, B. (2014). Rates, levels, and determinants of electronic health record system adoption: A study of hospitals in Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia. International journal of medical informatics, 83(5), 330-342.
Aldosari, B. (2017). Supportive care pathway functionalities of EHR system in a Saudi Arabian hospital. Computers in biology and
medicine, 89, 190-196.
Al-Jishi, S. (2014). Saudi Aramco Johns Hopkins Medicine partner to strengthen healthcare services in Saudi Arabia. Retrieved from:
Alkhamis, A. A. (2017). Critical analysis and review of the literature on healthcare privatization and its association with access to medical care in Saudi Arabia. Journal of infection and public health, 10(3), 258-268.
Almalki, M., FitzGerald, G., & Clark, M. (2011). Health care system in Saudi Arabia: an overview/Aperçu du système de santé en
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Almansour, A. (2012). HMG is investing two billion to establish two medical cities in Riyadh and Al Khobar. Retrieved from:
Amra, N. K., Sheikh, S. S., Abushullaih, B. A., Al-Faris, N. A., Al-Khatti, A. A., & Al-Sayed, H. H. (2016). Minimal residual disease
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HMG. (2015a). About us. Retrieved from: http://hmg.com/en/Pages/home.aspx#
HMG. (2015b). Mission and vision. Retrieved from: http://hmg.com/en/About-us/MessionVision/Pages/mission-vision.aspx
HMG. (2015c). Rayan Hospital. http://hmg.com/en/Medical-Facilites/Pages/default.aspx?itemid=15
HMG. (2016). Investors. Retrieved from: http://hmg.com.sa/ar/Investors/CorporateGovernance/Pages/BOD.aspx#
JHAH. (2016). About us. Retrieved from: http://www.jhah.com/about-JHAH.aspx
JHAH. (2016). Clinics and services. Retrieved from: http://www.jhah.com/clinics-services.aspx
KFSH&RC. (2018a). About us. Retrieved from: https://www.kfshrc.edu.sa/en/home
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MNG-HA. (2015). MERS-CoV Outbreak: A Transformational Beginning. Retrieved from:
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