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HAAD Offers New Opportunities in Healthcare Sector in UAE

Abu DhabiMany opportunities are now available in the health sector due to the current capacity gaps, the prevalence of diabetes and other lifestyle diseases, ageing population and the local government’s endeavor to provide affordable access to quality healthcare. “There’s an opportunity at every front, whether (providing) mobile health applications or creating hospitals” said Zaid Al Siksek, CEO of the Health Authority – Abu Dhabi (). On the sidelines of 2nd Middle East World Health Care Congress (WHCC), Al Siksek revealed that 98% compliance on the emirate’s universal health insurance legislation essentially assures return of investments.

At the HAAD‘s 2010 health statistics, severe capacity gaps were identified in the intensive and critical care medicine, emergency care, neonatology and cardiology. More than 20 new medium to large hospitals and 23 new clinics will be required to meet the demand of 4.6 million projected populations by 2030, according to HAAD. Shaikh Hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chief of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Court launched The . Over 600 delegates from around the world, 25 dignitaries, health ministers and key decision-makers, and 92 speakers, representing 22 countries and five continents are attending the event.

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