October 16, 2021: The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) is participating in GITEX Technology Week 2021, which runs from 17 to 21 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Through its participation, MoHAP will showcase state-of-the-art healthcare services and projects according to the latest artificial intelligence and digital technologies.
MoHAP's participation aims to consolidate a digitally advanced, efficient, and reliable health system that constitutes a new approach towards future health care, enhances health information systems, enriches and improves the experience of customers and enhances the quality of digital life for community members.
To enrich and improve the experience of its customers, the ministry launches innovative and proactive features that integrate artificial intelligence techniques into health services.
The Ministry's participation in GITEX Week reflects the vision and outputs of government innovation and the reformulation of traditional concepts of work mechanisms.
This is an affirmation of the ministry's strenuous efforts to keep abreast of the latest developments and rely on the latest technologies in communicating with customers according to the highest international standards.
Achieving smart government standards
Samir Al-Khoury, Director of IT Department, MoHAP, said: 'The ministry is keen to take part in GITEX Technology Week to showcase its latest smart and digital services, by employing information technology in community service, advancing the government work system, as well as the quality of services to ensure the happiness of its customers.
He added that the ministry strives to incorporate artificial intelligence systems and virtual environments to simulate the future of digital health services, in partnership with technology leaders from around the globe.
Al-Khoury called on GITEX visitors and those interested in learning about the latest health technologies to visit the MoHAP stand and view a live demonstration of the services, where visitors can get a closer look at services with their new features.
The new services include birth certificate issuance service, health facilities licensing service, and health professionals assessment service.