Sahar Mohammed Al Masri
Ms. Al Masri’s has Over 35 years of experience in health care as pharmacy Director, and over 14 years of experience as quality Manager, she also has 13 Years experience as assessor in excellence awards, 15 Years experience with Jordan Health Accreditation project (JHAP), 12 Years with the Health Care Accreditation Council (HCAC) as Surveyor, and 12 Years experience as consultant for accreditation.
She has experience in General Manager Assistant for Quality and medical purchasing management, Pharmacy and Quality Department Director, Specialty Hospital, Accreditation project manager, Consultant for preparing hospitals for Accreditation management nationally and internationally, A Jury member for king Abdulla the second award for Excellence in Government Performance and Transparency (for the public sector), A Jury member for king Abdulla the second award for Excellence in Government Performance and Transparency (for the private sector), Technical committee member for king Abdulla the second award for Excellence in Government Performance and Transparency, Team Leader for king Abdulla the second award for excellence for public sector, Team leader for Abu Dhabi Award for Excellence in Government Performance, Assessor for choosing the best governmental employee for civil service bureau, National expert for ISO 26000, Approved trainer for King Abdulla the second award surveyors, Approved mentor for King Abdullah the II Award for Excellence, Lead assessors for King Abdulla the second award for excellence for public sector for the following cycles, and Assessor for Ajman Excellence Award.
- Chairman of Jordan Society for Quality
- Member of Expert Committee in (MECCA Award)
- Board member in Jordan pharmaceutical Company
- Member of the higher pharmacy law committee
- Member of smoking cessation association.
Tuesday 23rd Nov
External Quality Assessment: Building Resilient Organizations
In this session, the speakers will describe the challenges that external quality assessment systems faced during the pandemic, and how the systems were redesigned to achieve the ultimate purpose of supporting healthcare organizations in maintaining and improving the quality of services and ensure the person safety in such crisis, and what will be the role of those systems including regulatory systems in building resilient organizations moving forward.