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Driving Healthcare Innovation at Arab Health 2024

12 February 2024

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  • Our product
  • Patient Safety

Did you know that Radar Healthcare is already involved in healthcare advancements across the UAE? Our partnership with Emirates Health Services already spans 90 locations, and recently we partnered with Aamal Medical as the chosen Healthcare Incident Reporting and Learning System for Qatar’s healthcare system.  

As part of our vision to drive positive change and improve healthcare standards, our CEO, Paul Johnson, recently attended the highly anticipated Arab Health 2024 conference in Dubai. This was a pivotal event aimed at discussing and exploring innovations in public health, technology, and global efforts to achieve better population health outcomes. With over 52,500 visiting attendees and 3,450 exhibiting companies from more than 180 participating countries, Arab Health served as a vibrant hub for collaboration and knowledge exchange in the healthcare industry. 

One of Paul’s highlights from the event was his participation in the thought-provoking panel discussion, ‘Opportunities for technology to support health systems and populations.’ Alongside distinguished industry leaders such as Peter Ellingworth, CEO of ABHI, Rami Rajab, CEO of Mecomed, Dr. Najwa Abdulwahed K AlBastaki, Public Health Consultant from Dubai UAE, Dr. Dominique Allwood, Director of Population Health at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust & CMO of UCLPartners Health Innovation, and Robert McGough, Head of Health Commercial and Regulatory at Hill Dickinson Health Lawyers, Paul shared valuable insights into the transformative potential of technology in revolutionising healthcare delivery and improving patient outcomes. 

Paul says: “Participating in Arab Health 2024 was an incredible experience! I am truly inspired by the drive to improve patient outcomes and healthcare in general. 

“Arab Health 2024 was not only a gathering of minds but also a testament to the collective commitment of healthcare professionals and industry leaders towards building a healthier and more sustainable future for all. As we continue to harness the power of technology and collaboration, we are confident that our collective efforts will pave the way for transformative change in healthcare delivery and outcomes worldwide. The level of ambition and innovation among our customers, partners, fellow innovators, is exciting – change is coming!” 

“Thank you to Healthcare Innovation Consortium for having me on their panel discussing challenges around population health. Huge thanks to ABHI, the Department of Business and Trade, and the Health Innovation Network for organising the event, and my fellow innovators and amazing healthcare professionals for making it such a great week.” 

A big focus within Radar Healthcare is the transformative world of data-driven event triggers and how these can serve as potent tools for enhancing patient safety. Digitalising the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Triggers saves healthcare professionals time, reduces errors, and improves data integrity by eliminating the need for manual data analysis. So, when measuring where to focus improvements which will have the biggest impact, healthcare organisations can continuously enhance patient safety outcomes. Our recent podcast and blog explain it in more detail!  

To find out more about our partnerships in the UAE or how Radar Healthcare’s incident management software can help your organisation to drive positive change and outcomes, get in touch. 

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