MoHAP is participating in the Arab Health 2022, which begins tomorrow at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The ministry has chosen the theme 'Future of Pioneering Health' in the event which runs from January 24th to 27th, where it will showcase a set of innovative digital services.
A slew of innovative health services, projects, and initiatives will be launched during this participation with the aim of enhancing future health services, by combining smart and robotic systems and enhancing digital health practices.
The ministry also leverages big data and predictive models for managing health facilities and applying health information systems so as to achieve the ministry's strategy to provide comprehensive and innovative health services as per international best practices.
Abdul Rahman bin Mohammad bin Nasser Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, said,
"The UAE's success in organising this year's edition of Arab Health reinforces its pioneering model after it has demonstrated exceptional capabilities in the management and governance of Covid-19, becoming at the forefront of the countries that are moving to the recovery phase, thanks to the unwavering support of the wise leadership and the efficiency of its preventive health system and proactiveness in taking wise measures,"
Al Owais underlined that the UAE's organisational capabilities have boosted confidence among world countries and encouraged them to participate in international exhibitions and conferences in the UAE, most notably the Arab Health 2022.
Dr. Muhammad Salim Al Olama, Under-Secretary of the Ministry and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Emirates Health Services, said,
"Arab Health Exhibition is a perfect opportunity to highlight the efforts and projects of the Ministry of Health, the achievements and developments made in the areas of regulatory and supervisory services for the health sector,"
"The event also provides an opportunity to exchange experiences, learn about the latest developments, forge partnerships with global health institutions, in line with the principles of the Fifty-Year Charter, the UAE Centennial 2071, and the government development vision that focuses on building a well-established system to explore opportunities and future directions.
Al Olama invited the specialists and those interested to visit the ministry's stand at the Arab Health to watch a unique experience in health technology solutions using artificial intelligence and digital technology, which simulates the future of health care in partnership with technology leaders and most prestigious technology companies in the world.
News Source: Emirates News Agency