Showcase your latest in IT systems & solutions

As the largest healthcare platform in the MENA region, with participants and attendees from all over the world, Arab Health remains a priority for healthcare professionals in the industry.

This is your once in a year opportunity to do business with your target audience.

27 - 30 January 2020

Dubai World Trade Centre

IT systems & solutions

Arab Health - the largest healthcare business platform in the MENA region is the perfect avenue for you to showcase your latest in IT systems & solutions to an engaged audience that are looking for new business opportunities. 

For Arab Health 2020, we’ll be doing things differently. The Arab Health 2020 exhibition show floor will be split into sectors according to main product categories. Exhibitor stands will be located on the show floor according to a product category applicable to their business.

Product categories include

  • Telemedicine
  • Hospital information systems
  • Electronic patient records management systems
  • Medical monitors / screens
  • IT Software / cloud Security
  • Mobile content and applications
  • Data warehousing

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The IT systems & solutions industry:

The global healthcare IT solutions market will be worth US$228.79 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 13.4 per cent, a recent report found. This growth is attributed to the rising adoption of healthcare IT solutions by healthcare providers to meet regulatory requirements for patient care and safety, increasing need to curtail costs, and growing need to improve healthcare quality while maintaining operational efficiency. The governments and private healthcare providers in the GCC are investing heavily in technology implementation and upgrades. Most of the governments are working on electronic medical records (EMR) to monitor and improve health outcomes. For instance, the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) launched a unified electronic system project in February 2016 to cover all hospitals across the Emirate for access to electronic patient records. The project was fully implemented by the end of 2017. According to a survey in hospitals across Saudi Arabia and the UAE, nearly half have adopted a range of Internet of Things-based solutions.

Digitisation is driving the reform of health systems and their transition to new models of patient-centred care, enabling the shift from hospital-centred systems to more community- based and integrated care organisations.

The report gives you an insight into the future of how data will be a crucial enabler of the digital transformation of healthcare and the health and well-being of people on an individual, national, and global scale.

Connected medical devices and the IoMT are pivotal to these shifts to new models.

Chatbots are the simplest pathway for any provider group or healthcare business entity to introduce a new technology into their business more

The healthcare industry has not been immune to technological transformation, with medical and digital technologies assisting in the mitigation and prevention of both communicable and more

The right application of technology can enhance clinician communication, improve medication safety, reduce potential medical errors and improve the overall patient more

Hospitals easily compete with shopping malls and high-rise office buildings in size and number of people, yet hospitals are notoriously more difficult to more

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