Abu Dhabi boosts healthcare innovations with AI Lab at Arab Health
The Department of Health—Abu Dhabi (DoH) is the first entity in the region to develop and launch an AI policy for the healthcare sector.
Growth drivers and challenges in GCC healthcare market
As UAE and KSA continue to lead the wave of change in the regional healthcare market, Frost & Sullivan predicts that 2019 will be the year of value-based care.
Power of cancer immunotherapy expanded by improved antigen presentation
Cancer immunotherapy—an approach that removes the barriers that protect cancer cells from a patient’s immune system—has revolutionised the treatment of many cancer types.
How to create a patient-centric supply chain: A simple guide for hospitals
The article lays out six steps that can immediately be adopted in organisations to create a more patient-centric supply chain.
Is there a role for Chinese medicine in modern health treatments?
Traditional Chinese therapies have been popular in the West for some time, and this popularity is not showing signs of waning anytime soon.
Inspiring success through investing in culture
Too often, attention from senior management is focused towards revenue and the overall bottom line, rather than the character and personality of the organisation.
DHA Director General inaugurates Innovation Centre
DHA established an Innovation Centre to create an environment for collaboration with the private sector and universities in the field of healthcare innovation.
DHA successfully saves patient’s jaw using 3D printing
Experts from DHA's Primary Healthcare Centre and Rashid Hospital collaborated with 3D printing start-up Sinterex, to save the jaw of a patient who had an aggressive tumour.
North Africa Health: Spotlight on the burgeoning industry
North Africa Health will gather decision makers in the medical field from various regions and will be complemented by a diverse range of educational content.
Does Ketogenic diet work as a treatment for Type 2 diabetes and obesity?
Ketosis occurs when the body becomes depleted of carbohydrates and the liver produces what is increasingly being recognised to be a therapeutic fuel for the body, ketones.