Private Sector’s Contribution to 2030 GDP is 145 Billion SAR
During the recent Global Health Exhibition, Saudi Health Minister, Fahd AlJalajel, engaged in crucial discussions with key stakeholders from hospitals and healthcare facilities.
The Minister was fervent in leveraging the forum to highlight untapped investment potential in advanced medical technologies, breakthrough research, and revolutionary innovations. He also urged hospital and small healthcare facility owners to elevate service quality and enhance medical education.
AlJalajel shared a promising economic forecast, with the private sector’s contributions to the national GDP expected to reach a staggering 145 billion riyals by 2030. He accentuated the necessity of substantial investments in the healthcare sector, especially focusing on technological advancements, as pivotal to the goals of Saudi Vision 2030, the nation’s transformative roadmap for holistic development.
This year’s Global Health Exhibition, aptly themed “Invest in Health”, provided a unique platform for innovators from around the world to explore groundbreaking approaches in healthcare logistics. It also presented an opportunity to showcase the latest tools and state-of-the-art solutions for enhanced healthcare delivery.