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The 46th edition of Arab Health Congress will will take place from 21 - 24 June 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre and the Conrad Dubai Hotel, offering you the option to learn and network in person as well as experience online learning from anywhere in the world.
23 May - 22 July 2021
“COVID-19 has changed healthcare forever and Arab Health is a pioneer in highlighting some of the greatest innovations and cutting edge digital-technology breakthroughs that will be transforming Asian or Middle East markets. I'm really excited to be part of the Arab Health Advisory Board and bring to the fore Frost & Sullivan's 60 years of experience in identifying disruptive technologies, mega trends that would support Arab Health's vision.”
Reenita Das, Partner, Frost & Sullivan
"I am delighted to be joining the board of Arab Health at such an exciting time in healthcare, when the Covid-19 pandemic has shown how we can come together as an industry to accelerate innovation and we continue to see the impact that digitization is having on patient care. We look to a future where care will be patient-centric, data-driven, value-based and more precise. The possibilities are enormous when we merge in vivo and in vitro data to predict the course of disease."
Dr Matthias Goyen, Chief Medical Officer EMEA, GE
“Humanizing technology will play a major role in innovation in the new normal where living in a digital world without compromising social and emotional connectedness will become essential.”
Dr Maliha Hashmi, Executive Director and Co-Heads the Health, Wellbeing and Biotech Sector NEOM
“Arab Health’s focus on embracing innovation in healthcare is timely. Innovation must adopt a different mindset in order to create sustainable healthcare solutions across multiple subspecialties.”
Neil P. Sheth, Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital; Director of Global Orthopaedics; Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction Fellowship; Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania Department of Orthopaedic Surgery; Faculty Affiliate – Penn Center for Africana Studies; Senior Fellow – Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics
"Innovation in healthcare has the ability to improve patient lives and alleviate suffering around the globe. The convergence of tech, medicine, and business allows a new era of healthcare transformers to emerge, to accelerate novel discoveries, eradicate disease and redesign healthcare delivery models. There is no better mission than advancing the health of society and that of our planet. "
Desert Horse-Grant, Co-Executive Director, UCLA Biodesign