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DHA Initiates a New Plan to Improve the Private Health Sector in UAE

DubaiQadhi Saeed Al Murooshid, Director-General of the Health Authority submitted a new plan to encourage the private sector to participate more in healthcare. Al Murooshid commented at the Arab Health Congress “At the , we don’t consider the private sector to be our competitors, we consider them to be our partners in our race for excellence in healthcare. This is in line with the strategy of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai to ensure Dubai retains its position as a regional business hub”.

He said “The DHA launched a breakthrough initiative for the first time on a diverse communication tool, which has yet to be implemented by other Government entities in the Emirate. For businesses that are in the Emirate, we have issued details of our Tawajud service, which is a door-to-door medical service in Russian, French, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic and English. This will help reach out to wide business audience base. For potential investors who would like to know about our online licensing system, ‘‘, we have also launched booklets several languages including French, Chinese, Korean, Urdu, Arabic and English to ensure we reach out to a wide audience base and target potential investors anywhere in the world”.

Sheryan‘ is an online licensing system which gives investors the ability to apply wherever they are. Talking about investment in healthcare Al Murooshid added “Today there are over 20 hospitals in the private and public sector and within the next six months, two more hospitals will be added to the sector. Presently, the private sector contribution is almost equal to the public contribution. Around 47 percent of healthcare services are provided by private hospitals and the rest is provided by public hospitals”.

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