Saudi Arabia has inaugurated its very first smart pharmacy, a robot-operated facility at King Fahd Specialist Hospital.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Health has urged all healthcare providers in the capital to document medical tourism patients’ records using its “Shafafiya” e-portal, effective as of September 2018.
As part of its celebration for the Year of Zayed, the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched a scientific research competition to recognise remarkable talent in the country in the medical field.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has revealed the latest initiative designed to ensure the well-being of its team members.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has officially launched the “Maharati” system, a healthcare learning and management system, at the Training and Development Centre in Sharjah.
The Medical Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL), a robot treatment device for spinal injuries, has been approved for use in Saudi Arabia.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has announced its plans to introduce Virtual Reality (VR) rehabilitation in physiotherapy for stroke patients and other patients suffering from balance disorder.
Mubadala Healthcare and Cerner have collaborated to implement Cerner’s integrated electronic health record (EHR) at Mubadala Healthcare’s Healthpoint facility.
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DHA has announced a new initiative that will grant Emirati high school graduates with scholarships to study science, medicine and other healthcare fields.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) in partnership with Mediclinic, Mercuris and Immensa Technology Labs, helped an Emirati double amputee recently became the first to receive 3D printed transtibial prosthetics.
Dubai aims to utilise artificial intelligence (AI) to help volunteers identify patients’ emergency cases and guide them through the necessary procedures to help save their lives while waiting for the ambulance, thus transforming every resident into a potential lifesaver.
The Emirates Scientists Council (ESC) has recently delved into ways to facilitate medical research and health-related scientific efforts, and discussed the opportunities and challenges facing the sector in the UAE, WAM reported.
All healthcare providers, drug producers, researchers and insurers must now comply with the regulations set out by the capital.