Queen Máxima compliments LeQuest during the World of Health Care congress 2017
LeQuest attended the World of Health Care congress in The Hague, the Netherlands. Here, LeQuest was one of the companies present that was awarded the opportunity to showcase their “Healthcare solution” to Queen Máxima who visited the event.
Together with Dr. Jan Kimpen (CMO at Philips) and Eline de Vroome (Lead Medical Device Analyst at LeQuest) the founder and CEO of LeQuest, Hicham Shatou, was honored to be able to explain to Queen Máxima how LeQuest’s innovative online training methods for medical devices contributes to the quality, affordability and accessibility of global healthcare. The Queen complimented Shatou on how far they have come and stressed that disruptive innovations tend to come from the outside. She expressed her hope that, like Philips, large manufacturers of medical technology will embrace such innovative solutions to improve the quality of care.
Hicham Shatou commented: “What an honor to have our efforts at LeQuest acknowledged by a Royal compliment from our Queen Máxima at our stand at the World of Health Care 2017. We are truly thankful to all that made it possible for us to continue our dream of having every healthcare professional trained and certified by LeQuest and improving the use of medical technology worldwide”.
The World of Health Care focuses on creating awareness and connecting international healthcare issues to Dutch solutions. World of Health Care is an initiative of the Task Force Health Care (TFHC) and is supported by Health~Holland. The TFHC, the platform for the Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector, organizes conferences aimed at global healthcare challenges, international trends and export. During the event, Dutch Life Sciences & Health organizations have the opportunity to get in touch with over a 100 international decisionmakers in healthcare from Germany, Belgium, Poland, South Africa, Kenya, Ukraine, Scotland, China and the US.
LeQuest creates interactive and customized e-trainings that empower healthcare professionals to use medical technology with confidence and competence. The company’s innovative approach to online training improves the overall implementation and use of medical devices while relieving their customers of regulatory pressures – so they can focus on what is important: their patients.