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(Sponsored) The investment in healthcare over the past 10 years prepared the Middle East to meet patient needs and leverage its digital transformation to help fight COVID-19, says Lina Shadid, Health Industries Lead, PwC Middle East.
COVID-19 has highlighted why we must drive digital maturity with investment, while addressing data sharing models, says Ahmad AbuSalah, health informatics and intelligence officer, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, KSA.
Dr. Suliman Alomran, medical informatics lecturer at the College of Medicine, King Saud University, discusses the Saudi response to COVID-19, the contact tracing apps adopted and the digital platforms we will adopt long after the pandemic.
A nationwide telemedicine initiative to provide teleconsultations to the whole population of Pakistan presented an opportunity to drive adoption of technology during the pandemic says Dr. Zakiuddin Ahmed, CEO of Digital Care.
(Sponsored) Osman Minkara, managing director at Aldara Hospital and Medical Center, discusses how to use technology to improve patient care and satisfaction, what stands in the way of advanced digital technology and the consumerization of healthcare.
(Sponsored) Mohammad Alrehaili, executive general manager of government & key sales at Mobily, discusses Mobily's role in building the required infrastructure to enable internet of things services and devices in healthcare services.
(Sponsored) Omar Shraim, chief information officer for SapphireHMS, explains the importance of digital transformation and how SapphireHMS endeavors to improve patient care.
(Sponsored) All stakeholders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are working toward a roadmap to ensure alignment with government policy to drive digital innovation in healthcare, says Thamer Shaker, CEO of OASIS.
(Sponsored) Tools such as AI and machine learning will support the mobility of patients, and their associated data, as we look into the future healthcare landscape, says Sibu Siddique, VP of Digital Transformation and Customer Success at GE Digital.
(Sponsored) Technologies must be able to interact effectively with other technologies and thereby build on interoperability, a key consideration in any transformation strategy, says Steven Matarelli, senior clinical executive, Vocera Communications.