The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has successfully concluded its participation in the 42nd edition of GITEX 2022, the largest technology event in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia.
Organised from October 10 to 14, the event took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre during which the ministry showcased a package of smart projects, innovative initiatives, and solutions designed to boost the happiness of patients and customers.
An impressive turnout of visitors, officials, and VIPs has flocked to the ministry’s platform to learn about its innovative projects. During the five-day event, the ministry exchanged expertise with a number of government entities, local and international healthcare companies.
HE Ahmed Ali Al Dashti, Assistant Under-Secretary for the Support Services Sector, stressed that the ministry is keen to participate in every new edition of GITEX to support its digital transformation journey and realize its future-oriented strategy, which aims to accelerate digitization in line with the digital government strategy 2025, and according to the directives of the wise leadership.
"The ministry takes a particular interest in employing the latest technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain to provide integrated, easy, and fast digital services that perfectly meet the growing needs of customers, taking advantage of the world-class digital infrastructure provided by the UAE," Al Dashti said.
For his part, Ali Al Ajmi, Director of the Digital Health Department at MoHAP, said that the ministry’s participation in GITEX has been successful by all standards, where it introduced all visitors and those interested to the latest smart and innovative health services that were being showcased, as well as to the ministry’s digital transformation achievements.
Al Ajmi emphasized that the innovative projects showcased at the five-day event reflect the ministry’s commitment to developing the national health system and foreseeing the future of health services in the country, in order to achieve its ultimate goal of establishing an integrated, and sustainable healthcare system.
Meanwhile, Sameer Khoory, Director of Information Technology at MoHAP, stated that the ministry's platform at GITEX drew a lot of attention from visitors who were keen to learn about MoHAP services delivered using cutting-edge technologies. He stated that the ministry will continue to make every effort to bring about a paradigm shift in its services by using the latest technologies to improve the quality of these services, hence increasing customer satisfaction.
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During the event, the ministry has displayed a number of projects, including the latest developments introduced to the E-Claims Post Office, which falls under the Riayati Program, and connects hospitals, clinics, and health care providers with one another.
The ministry has also showcased the updated version of its website, which was restructured to improve customers’ experiences, as well as the updated version of its smart app, which was redesigned to bring together all other apps on one platform, thus providing easier and quicker access to MoHAP services.