The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has unveiled the […]
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Injazat, the UAE’s home-grown technology champion in digital transformation, cloud, and cyber security, to accelerate digital transformation and provide advanced, full-fledged health services.
Arab Health and Medlab Middle East have been a resounding success this year and underscored the importance, and perhaps, more importantly, the demand, to host live and in-person events once again. Overarching goal was to create a platform that was conducive to facilitating business deals by providing an opportunity to make connections, network and ultimately to support global healthcare recovery.
The Ministry will showcase a range innovative services, projects, and initiatives that leverage both smart and robotic systems, enhanced digital health practices and telemedicine, upgraded mental health services, big data and predictive models for managing health facilities, and implemented health information systems, among other flagship projects. These underscore Health Ministry’s strategy to deliver comprehensive, innovative, and world-class health services.
This image-guided therapy platform allows staff to perform procedures easily and confidently with a unique user experience, helping optimize lab performance and providing superior care. Allowing seamless control of all relevant applications from a single touch screen at tableside, to help make fast, informed decisions in the sterile field. By acquiring this technology hospital has upgraded its patient care.