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Changing Paradigms’ Transformative Impact on Orthopedics Market

Article by: Frost & Sullivan

Published: 12 September 2022

Frost & Sullivan has identified the Digital Solutions Shaping the Future of Orthopedics with insights by Dr Bejoy Daniel, Healthcare & Life Sciences Senior Research Analyst.

How to prevent nurse burnout and the Great Resignation

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 07 September 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic placed heavy challenges on healthcare professionals. Hospitals filled with patients and nurses worked multiple shifts, resulting in fatigue on the frontline.

AI tool predicts Parkinson’s from breathing patterns

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 02 September 2022

A passive monitoring system or a belt worn around the abdomen uses a low-power radio signal to analyse the breathing patterns of sleeping patients. The algorithm used to analyse the findings was trained on breathing data from 12,000 nights of sleep and 120,000 hours of breathing from 757 Parkinson’s disease patients.

Department of Health and Malaffi use AI to predict patients’ future risk of disease in Abu Dhabi

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 15 August 2022

Malaffi, the region’s first Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform, a strategic initiative of the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DOH), has added a Patient Risk Profile as a new functionality available to all doctors that are authorised to access the platform. The functionality predicts the level of risk for an individual patient to develop certain chronic diseases or suffer an acute event.

Consumer centricity in radiology

Article by: Frost & Sullivan

Published: 29 July 2022

Frost & Sullivan has identified the top opportunities to flourish in the global next generation diagnostics market with insights by Anannya Sinha, Healthcare & Life Sciences Senior Research Analyst.

Addressing healthcare administrative challenges in Saudi Arabia

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 27 June 2022

As Saudi Arabia’s healthcare sector has embarked on a transformative journey to build a world-class system centred on patient care, which is a key directive of Saudi Vision 2030, some challenges as can be expected have surfaced. This is normal during a transitional phase and as a leading healthcare administrative career skills training academy, we see this as a time to offer evolved services and meet market needs during an unprecedented time.

Strengthening infant health with an AI-driven support system

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 23 June 2022

Dr. Hossam Al Tatari, Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics at University of Western Ontario and Pediatric talks about pressing challenges faced in child development.

AI, big data, VR and blockchain expected to power patient-centric applications

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 20 May 2022

Frost & Sullivan has identified the top opportunities to flourish in the global next generation diagnostics market with insights by Anannya Sinha, Healthcare & Life Sciences Senior Research Analyst.

The dawn of the metaverse in healthcare

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 07 April 2022

Are we approaching a new era in healthcare with the arrival of the metaverse? Aravind Upadhyaya, Founder and CEO of 8chili Inc, speaks to Omnia Health about the newly launched HintVR™ and its exciting opportunities.

Integrate disruptive digital tech to sustain healthcare operations

Article by: Omnia Health

Published: 18 February 2022

An organisation can bring vital changes into its operations, enhance its efficiency, optimise resources, and attain sustainability by adopting digital technologies. The pandemic has been a turning point for many industries across different sectors, as it accelerated the adoption of digital technologies.

The Digital Operating Room: Future of Surgery

Article by: Frost & Sullivan

Published: 19 December 2021

Globally, hospitals and health systems face financial pressure due to the associated high operating and administrative costs, declining revenue and reimbursement rates, and the increasing costs of medical devices and infrastructure. 

Virtual Critical Care: Providing Predictive, Remote Care Amidst Acute ICU Staff Shortages

Article by: Frost & Sullivan

Published: 19 December 2021

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has fueled a demand for solutions that can help cater to large patient populations remotely. Further, the shortage of intensivists, as estimated by the Committee on Manpower for Pulmonary and Critical Care Services (COMPACCS) trial...

UK firms eye Gulf digital healthcare space

Article by: Arabian Business

Published: 16 November 2021

As the UAE sector rapidly digitalises following the pandemic, the region’s largest health event Arab Health showcased in 2021 some of the world’s top digital health solutions in Dubai – including those from British companies. 

Countries commit to develop climate-smart health care at COP26 UN climate conference

Article by: World Health Organisation

Published: 9 November 2021

A group of 50 countries have committed to develop climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), in response to growing evidence of the impact of climate change on people’s health.

Innovations in Women’s Health

Article by: Roche Diagnostics Middle East FZC

Published: 30 June 2021

Women all over the world should have the chance to live their best lives. And since good health is the best place to start, Roche is empowering women with the knowledge and tools they need to flourish.