Dr. Zuber Shaikh

Saudi Arabia

Senior Advisor
Certification Committee

A highly educated, qualified, and seasoned healthcare professional with a DLitt., Ph.D. (TQM), FISQua (Fellowship from International Society for Quality in Health Care, Ireland) with more than 20 years of experience in the international tertiary healthcare industry, focused on achieving excellent results in a highly competitive environment that require continuous improvement.

Expertise in healthcare policy, planning, strategic management, designing, legal, regulatory requirements, preparation, commissioning, operations, administration, quality improvement, patient safety, risk management, facility management and safety, national and international accreditation/certifications, designations, recognitions, the center of excellence preparations and maintenance, electronic health records, compliance audits/ surveys, education and training, patient experience, person-centered care, clinical governance, and standard development.

He has established the Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Risk Management, and Patient Experience (QIPS-RM-Px) Department, developed the QIPS-RM-Px Software Application and electronic medical records (and received HIMSS EMRAM Stage-7 accreditation) with a team of in-house software engineers, utilization studies and cost containment strategies at Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group Healthcare facilities located in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.

He is an international visiting faculty, has presented 24 research papers at international conferences, published 40 research papers in the international journals approved by the University Grant Commission (UGC) India, and is an author of 13 textbooks for the MBA-Hospital Management and is a reviewer/editorial board of international journals.

He has successfully spearheaded and completed over 300 healthcare accreditation, re-accreditation, certification, licensing projects, CBAHI-ESR Surveys, Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare Technical Surveys, and Commissioned eight tertiary care hospitals.