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  • Medtech

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

    Using AI predictive analytics, patient risk scores are calculated based on the largest repository of clinical and demographic data in Malaffi from almost all healthcare facilities across Abu Dhabi Malaffi is one of the few HIEs globally to offer patient risk profiles to users Predictive analytics will help transition healthcare delivery to a more preventive approach whilst delivering better health…

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  • Medtech

    Emirates Health Services Provides Smart Digital Channels for Mental Health

    As one of its top priorities, Emirates Health Services (EHS) is leading efforts to promote mental health through the provision of comprehensive and integrated mental health support services within the framework of the effective policies, legislation and controls in place. Using modern technologies, EHS employs several channels within its smart digital services system in addition to hotlines and social media…

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  • Hospital News

    Kuwait Hospital in Sharjah performed 939 surgeries and welcomed 15,040 patients in the first half of 2022

    Kuwait Hospital in Sharjah – an affiliate of Emirates Health Services (EHS) – performed 939 surgeries and welcomed 15,040 patients in the first half of 2022, up from the 573 surgeries and 10,992 patients reported during the same period last year. Furthermore, statistics revealed that the Hospital received 10,434 customers at outpatient clinics in the first half of the year,…

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  • Colleges

    WCM-Q course promotes use of simulations in healthcare education

    WCM-Q launched its inaugural course on designing and debriefing effective simulations drawing upon the updated Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best PracticeTM. The course directors were Dr. Stella Major, associate professor of family medicine in clinical medicine, Mr. Joshua Vognsen, simulation education specialist at WCM-Q, and Prof. Michelle Brown, associate professor and director of the healthcare simulation graduate program at the…

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  • Events

    3rd Annual Patient Experience Excellence Congress

    12 – 14 September 2022 Intercontinental Hotel, Riyadh – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia www.pxcongress.com Register: https://www.pxcongress.com/register/   Under the Patronage of Ministry of Health – Saudi Arabia, BII World is delighted to announce that the 3rd Annual Patient Experience Excellence Congress, is all set to be hosted this September, revolving around the central theme of “Reflect Back & Leap Forward: Re-Activate Experience…

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  • Featured Articles

    Monkeypox

    Monkeypox is caused by the monkeypox virus with symptoms very similar to those seen in the past in smallpox. Most monkeypox patients experience only fever, body aches, chills and fatigue. People with more serious illness may develop a rash and lesions on the face and hands that can spread to other parts of the body.  Most people recover within about…

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  • Featured Articles

    Tendon injuries and treatments

    A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue that attaches muscles to bones. A tendon serves to move the bone or structure. Tendons connect the ends of muscles to bones, whereas ligaments connect bones to other bones. Tendons connect the skeletal system to the muscular system by attaching muscle to bone. When muscle contracts, the tendon acts on the bone, causing movement.…

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  • Hospitals

    Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Department at Marble Medical Center

    Marble Medical Center noticed the importance of rehabilitation in helping the patient reach maximum body efficiency within the limits of his illness. Based on that, a comprehensive Department was established. The goal of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation department at Marble Medical Center is to treat patients with different types of problems, ranging from sports injuries and low back pain, lymphodema…

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  • Colleges

    WCM-Q’s Intersection of Law and Medicine series highlights legal, ethical perspectives in healthcare

    Experts have established that a synergy between legal practice and medicine is necessary for healthcare systems to operate seamlessly. Even as the healthcare sector experiences changes and reforms, the legal and ethical aspects of care must not be compromised so that people’s health is adequately taken care of. To bridge that gap, the Intersection of Law and Medicine series was…

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  • Hospitals

    New horizons in infertility treatment

    Today, having a baby after age 40 is not impossible. Innovations in reproductive medicine mark the beginning of a new era for infertility treatment.  A poor ovarian response is one of the major causes of infertility. It is tough to create quality embryos in these patients. In ACIBADEM IVF Centers, we apply PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) which is one of the…

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