Building Healthcare Middle East is the region's meeting place for healthcare decision-makers to come together and discuss the development of new and existing healthcare projects.
Join us to learn from the experts at 10 free-to-attend conferences, meet with leading international companies showcasing the latest products, technologies and solutions, and network with the people behind the Middle East's vision to become a leading healthcare hub by 2020.
Monday 30 May - 10.00 - 17.30
Tuesday 31 May: 10.00 - 17.30
Wednesday 3 June: 10.00 - 17.00
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News for 2016
17 April 2016
Digital health utilises technology to improve health and wellness outcomes. It is not limited to require technology to automate a process. The ultimate goal of digital health is to drive preventive medicine and continuity of care by enabling self-monitoring of one’s health. The Middle East region is an early adaptor of the smartphone and smart technologies. Based on a questionnaire conducted by Cisco in 2014, it revealed that the presence of smartphones in the UAE was at 73.8%. Saudi Arabia followed the UAE by 72.8%, concluding that about three quarters of those countries’ population use smartphones.
5 April 2016
Dubai, UAE: Building Healthcare Exhibition & Conferences, organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, will take place 30 May - June 1 2016, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. The exhibition will bring together more than 6,000 leading investors, healthcare CEOs, government representatives, IT decision makers, architects, and more, to discuss the future of healthcare and source the most cutting-edge technologies, products and services available to ensure the efficient management and appropriate development of the region's healthcare systems, both inside and out of the hospital setting.
11 June 2015
Dubai, UAE: Medical cities in the GCC both address and cater to a demand in the healthcare industry. Originally, the emergence of large medical city projects in the GCC intended to serve as major quantitative and qualitative leaps forward, and is an example of governments wanting to leapfrog both in quantity and quality of care provided. However, experts now caution against this ‘one size fits all’ approach to medical cities in the GCC.