Emirates Health Services (EHS) has concluded its participation in the Arab Health 2022 exhibition and conference, where it had joined the event under the slogan ‘A Renewed Vision for Health in the Emirates’, making its mark with a series of ground-breaking smart project and product launches.
Over the course of the four days during Arab Health, EHS showcased 16 innovative smart projects grouped under four main categories, in addition to a bundle of health services powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), 3D printing, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Visitors could also explore EHS’s smart services, programs, and prevention plans, designed to provide healthcare solutions in line with international best practice.
Emirates Health Services showcased its most notable achievements to nearly 4,000 exhibiting companies from 60 countries from around the world, and concluded a set of partnerships and collaboration agreements with prominent international health institutions. This is in line with its strategic vision, which, in turn, resonates with the UAE’s aspirations for the Next 50 Years, and aims to advance the health services sector’s global leadership and competitiveness.
Emirates Health Services’ praiseworthy participation at Arab Health 2022 reaffirmed its status as one of the most influential stakeholders the health services sector. EHS remains committed to advancing the sector and providing it with modern technologies, Artificial Intelligence, and 3D printing, to bring about a significant paradigm shift and set a world-class example in providing innovative healthcare services.
Under A Healthy Community, EHS announced four innovative projects to promote a healthy society: The Chronic Diseases Project, Communicable Diseases Prediction Platform, “Itma’nan” Platform, and the Vision Test for School Students project.
Meanwhile, under Wellbeing, Emirates Health Services launched three AI-powered projects, namely, Diagnosing Autism in Children Using Artificial Intelligence, Diagnosing Dementia Using Artificial Intelligence, and Using Assistive Technology and Augmentative Communication Devices – all of which were designed to enhance quality of life in Emirati society.
On a similar note, Emirates Health Services announced three new launches under the Innovative Treatment Services section of its program at the exhibition. These are: Cardio-Technology Services, which uses the ‘vascular closure device (Picasso)’ for the first time in the Middle East; the Virtual 3D Maxillofacial Surgery Planning Program; and AI-Powered Voice Identification Technology, which can be described as AI-powered clinical documentation.
On the fourth and final day of the exhibition, EHS announced a set of projects under Digital Health, namely, the Federal Interoperability Initiative – Integrating Environmental, Health, and Digital Safety Services with Federal Service Bodies; the PaCE & EHS Leadership Centre Initiative, which includes real-time family management; and the Excellence in Clinical Decision Support, Care Plans, and Demands Initiative: Implementing Knowledge-Based Clinical Decision Support Tools at the Point Of Care; and the smart ‘My Skills System’ project, which supports the institution’s strategy on training and knowledge management.
Furthermore, Emirates Health Services signed several MoUs and collaboration agreements with leading global health institutions while taking part in Arab Health 2022.