Objectives of the Chamber of health care providers


1- Promoting the private sector's role as a partner in developing healthcare services.

2- Uniting the efforts within the private medical sector to overcome the problems facing healthcare services, the most critical of which are: low service prices, soaring prices of medical supplies, and the state's refusal to use the private sector's services in return for considerable prices.

3- Launching an integrated project with the aim of assessing the quality standard of each HPCmember healthcare institution, and providing advice on how to achieve the technical and administrative standards expected of every healthcare service provider.

4- Promoting medical services exports to sisterly Arab countries and developing medical tourism to attract patients from around the Arab world to seek treatment in Egyptian medical institutions.  

5 -Cooperating with the Doctors Syndicate and the Ministry of Health to lay down a guiding price list for medical services and physicians fees. Members shall stick to this list, but may vary the prices at the reasonable rate of 15%, for example. The list shall be reviewed annually by a committee representing all parties concerned.

6-Contributing to relieving the state's burden of providing healthcare services to limited-income people by applying what the Investment Law stipulates: either treat 10% of patients for free or for subsidized fees, and registering this data to be submitted annually  to the Egyptian Doctors Syndicate and the Ministry of Health.

7- Building a database of the private healthcare sector in Egypt and creating a website on the internet to make this database accessible to everyone, especially for new investments in the private healthcare sector in Egypt.

8-Focusing on training medical cadres: physicians, nurses, pharmacists…etc, to lay the foundations for a powerful workforce in the medical field.

9- Expressing opinion regarding any legislation relevant to medical practices of the private sector.

10-Introducing state-of-the-art technologies in the various medical fields of the private sector provided they are internationally recognized as beneficial and safe.

11-Protecting the interests of medical institutions and doctors' clinics should they be subject to criticism, and taking part in investigations, should a dispute involving the private healthcare sector arise, God forbid.

12-Seeking to decrease the prices of medical supplies through forming committees to appraise the quality of these supplies and set a guiding price list for the benefit of the HPC members.

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