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Both parties will work together to provide the healthcare workers with data visualization, predictive analytics, and reporting capabilities.
Royal Philips is now helping UAE with the fast-tracking of its transformation to data-driven healthcare. They are joining hands for a new partnership with one of the leading telecommunications companies in the country.
The health tech multinational has signed for an MoU with Du for the collaborative accelerating to the critical data-driven transformation of healthcare. It will support the Dubai Health Strategy 2021 for supporting the UAE. It is a “first-of-its-kind partnership.” Both parties will work together to provide the healthcare workers with the data visualization. Also, it includes predictive analytics and the reporting of the capabilities.
This winning combination will enable the local health system to have access to critical patient information. It will help in making life-saving decisions. At the same time, it will prevent patient deterioration for the ward setting through its early warning scores.
With value-based care, this collaboration will improve the experience of the patients and healthcare professionals. They will also deliver much better health outcomes at a very lower cost for care.
Their purpose is to improve the health and well-being of people with meaningful innovations. They also recognize that ICT and telecommunication in healthcare are allowing for the faster transmission of information.
At the same time, it will help in the digitization of complex data, which will help in accelerating effective interaction. Moreover, this technology-enabled care can also benefit healthcare professionals. It will empower them to deliver more quality care from anywhere in the world.
The eICU program of Philips has seen many success stories. The site healthcare professionals can interact and engage with the bedside staff to deliver value-based care.
Bringing the people and the business together to unlock the economic and social transformation is their aim. The pandemic has also altered the laser-focused approach temporarily.
However, with the seamless connectivity and business continuity, the recent events are getting the acceleration at the right place. As the leading national organization, they are proudly contributing to the efforts in this direction. UAE is looking forward to working with its partners at Philips to achieve its shared objectives.