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E3 and partner Attainia announce the availability of new Medical Equipment Planning & Review Service

, , the Middle East partner of are delighted to announce in the region the new Medical Equipment Planning & Review Service with standard room templates now offered to all Attainia users.

This service provided by Universal Hospital Services () from Jordan will enable Attainia users to take their equipment planning process to the next level by integrating their equipment lists prepared through Attainia with their functional spaces on the Project Architectural plans. UHS will review the plans held in the Attainia database, for one or more departments or the entire facility, and ensure accurate equipment quantities per the functional requirements, and correct equipment placement.

Further services can encompass the production of Room Data Requirements Drawings and fully populated 2D and 3D room models – tools to be used by clinical users, designers, contractors and equipment suppliers to ensure the delivery of a healthcare facility which meets the needs of its patients and staff. Muwaffa Lahham, CEO of E3 said: “The offering of this new service certainly helps all healthcare providers in planning their capital equipment requirements for either a new or refurbished facility and so we are excited to add it on the benefits of acquiring an Attainia web-based solution.”

Bryan Semple, VP International of Attainia concurred “This service will add value to healthcare providers and project managers who may not have the full in-house capability and necessary expertise to develop and implement a complete equipment planning project. We are sure that E3 with its wide market and potential customers will be happy to have this added benefit. UHS have in depth experience and knowledge and can use Attainia’s collaboration capabilities to ensure project plans are complete and implementable.” In addition, UHS is providing a number of Room Templates to illustrate their expertise and provide a showcase of their capabilities to Attainia’s customers.

About E3

Headquartered in Dubai, E3 is dedicated to helping Middle Eastern healthcare organizations improve the quality of healthcare through the use of transformational technologies and services. E3 is proud to be the Middle East partner for CBORD, Attainia, Lawson (now owned by Infor), Tecsys, St. Croix, GHX, and Ardentia. The combination of the capabilities of these market leaders with E3’s deep expertise in healthcare and regional practices, results in radically improved healthcare operations.

E3 is one of a series of investments made by Riyada Enterprise Development (RED), a member of the Abraaj Capital group. RED has developed from Abraaj Capital’s commitment to nurture the entrepreneurial community and to improve the environment in which entrepreneurs start and grow SMEs, which are poised to have a powerful economic impact on the MENASA region.

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About Attainia

Founded in 2001, Attainia, Inc. is the world’s most widely used equipment planning, budgeting, and tracking system for healthcare equipment. Customers include some of the largest healthcare capital equipment firms; hospital purchasing groups; integrated delivery networks; and individual hospitals. For more information, visit

For Additional Information, please contact:

E3 – Janet Kohli, Marketing Analyst

Ph +971 4 423 8869,

Attainia – Bryan Semple, Vice-President,

Ph +44 7786 800360,

UHS – Awni Kopty, Managing Director

Ph +962 6 465 2390,,

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