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The universal adoption of these standards such as SNOMED CT and LOINC anticipated. The integration is on a vision that reimagines health.

The Abu Dhabi department of health redefines healthcare with digital transformation. The goal is to become the leading healthcare. However, the acceleration of digital transformation is on watch in the Middle East and Africa.

10-year digital transformation is based on a patient-first approach. The goal was to provide insight-driven and value-based care. It also tends to deliver cutting-edge preventive, pervasive, and personalized medicine.

Al Braiki who is the Malaffi CEO. He will speak this week at HIMSS22 about digital transformation. The necessity of Abu Dhabi’s healthcare industry. However, they received encouraging feedback from healthcare providers. They also showed interest in reaping the benefits of digitization to provide better care to their patients. There was talk about the increase in the efficiency of their operations.

There were many user comments. The list of use examples demonstrates access to unified clinical data. It will also drop the duplication of tests and services. There is a need to boost coordination. The decreased error and improved clinical decision-making is one such example.

Malaffi will now expect health and cost risk for (cohorts and individual) patients. It will also develop a given chronic condition. The complications, ED visits, and hospital readmissions will be under consideration. The predictive AI models on historical aggregated data are also necessary.

These insights enable the execution of targeted preventative interventions. They are on population health and individual patient level. It will also reduce risk and improve population wellness. It is reducing cost pressure.

He explained that healthcare providers collect high-quality, standardized data. Also, it is the fundamental assumption for enabling interoperability. The use of digital transformation to revolutionize healthcare.

The Malaffi team found particular gaps and data quality issues. Access to aggregated patient data will be available over time.

The DOH offered specific instructions on coding standards. It is to healthcare providers in Abu Dhabi based on the analysis and to improve data quality. The DOH will also continue to construct an integrated, more resilient healthcare system.