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Opportunity Mapping for Healthcare IT in middle East Countries


  • Shrishti Agarwal
  • Agency : IPD, OPD, Patient satisfaction survey, research hospitals
  • Objective : Healthcare IT industry is gaining pace in Middle East countries as the government has now started to realize the importance of Healthcare IT in provision of Quality Healthcare to the masses. The need for integrated and unified data has led to increase in investment in Health-IT and now even, the Government is developing policies targeting the specific sector. Lately, many Government as well as private Hospitals have already adopted IT systems in their functionality while others are on the verge of doing so.
    Even in many of the countries, the government itself is laying down policies to adopt e-health as a part of their strategy to improve the access and quality of Healthcare.
    Therefore, many IT companies are now looking to Middle East countries to provide business and expand its reach. Healthcare IT vendors have got various options to foray into these Middle East countries.
    The chain of Hospitals as well as the Greenfield Projects all together provide a great scope for the IT companies to look into and provide solutions. This report consists of the Health care scenario of 4 Middle East countries i.e. Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Qatar and explores areas wherein Dell, as a Healthcare IT vendor can establish itself and expand its reach. The important findings were that for chain of hospitals DM Healthcare. NMC and Emirates Hospital could be the phase1 target and for Greenfield project, Saudi Arabia as a country can be the target market. So, Dell can provide their EMR, HIS, ERP and cloud solutions along with specialty modules like MCC and UCA.
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Healthcare IT industry is gaining pace in Middle East countries as the government has now started to realize the importance of Healthcare IT in provision of Quality Healthcare to the masses