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Health Care In UAE!!

Health Care In UAE.

The UAE has a large and government-funded health system. Because it is expanding. The private healthcare industry provides a high level of health care. It also governs at the level of both the Federal and Emirates. Various regulatory bodies oversee healthcare services. Like the Ministry of Health, Prevention, and the Health Authority-Abu Dhabi. And also the Dubai Health Authority, and the Emirates Health Authority (EHA).
    • Most bacterial infections such as measles, malaria, and poliomyelitis eradicated in the UAE. 
    • New vaccine programs to protect against chickenpox, pertussis, and rotavirus are underway. 
    • Also, 100 percent of people have access to clean drinking water. 
    • And almost 100 percent use modern improved sanitation. 
    • Before the-natal and post-natal care are on an equal level. 
    • The rate of newborns reduced to 5.54 per 1000. 
    •  And also the infant rate to 7 per 1000. 
    • Maternal mortality rates for every 100,000 were down to 0.01.

The lifespan in the UAE is 76.8 years. Hitting rates comparable to those in Europe and North America. Due to the performance of this high quality of treatment in all phases. Health care provided primarily by the government. Because it is now expanding this funding. To concentrate critical public-private partnerships.

The public health care agenda focuses on establishing best practice-based operational and legal structures. And also on revising and improving the private and public sector health systems.
Additionally, action by the public will set goals for health services within the sector.

Health Care Transformation in Abu Dhabi

The health care in Abu Dhabi is going through a dramatic transition.
And this will affect the general range of stakeholders involved.
To ensure the quality of the facilities and to finance the health system.
The key priorities for health authorities in Abu Dhabi are to:
  • Improve the quality of care. Always a various initial, promoted by applying strict quality standards and overall quality standards.
  • Expand access- To providers, allowing all patients to access to the same quality of care. Because with the right to select healthcare facilities. And also encouraging innovation via free markets.
  • Shift from the public to private providers- 
    • Secure and effective to ensure that private businesses. Rather than the government, have healthcare needs. And also with the position of government limited to creating and implementing modern standards in healthcare.
  • Implement a new financing model- 
    Via an ambitious universal health insurance scheme.
Insurance is provided and sponsored for all employees including local helpers. In 2008, the mandatory health insurance policy for private-sector employees implemented at Abu Dhabi. That came into effect across the country. The new system’s hallmarks included a simple and open payment mechanism, equitable coverage for all residents, and secure support for Abu Dhabi’s quality health care.

A charitable fund continues to operate for underinsured expatriates and to aid in financing more serious medical conditions such as cancer, dialysis, polytrauma, and disability.

Health Care Transformation in Dubai

In neighboring emirate Dubai, healthcare is experiencing rapid innovation through the modernization of patient service delivery and infrastructure projects.  The Dubai Health Authority serves a dual role as regulator and operator of the Emirate of Dubai’s healthcare sector. Priorities for the health care sector in Dubai include retaining and attracting high caliber medical and healthcare staff, strengthening initiatives around postgraduate healthcare education, and continued investment in primary and specialized health services.

There are also two healthcare free zones in Dubai, Dubai Healthcare City, and Dubai Biotechnology and Research Park, which have their own regulatory bodies. Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) was launched in 2002 by HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid to meet the demand for high-quality healthcare, today DHCC has two hospitals, over 120 outpatient medical centers and diagnostic laboratories with over 4,000 licensed professionals.  Dubai Biotechnology and Research Park, launched as part of Dubai’s 2010 vision to establish a knowledge-based economy, is the world’s first free zone dedicated to life sciences.

Partnerships

The UAE is working with leading global institutions to further develop its health care system. The UAE seeks to become a major center for world-class health care in the Middle East, for not only its own residents but those in the region as well. A number of the UAE’s strong partnerships are with US-based institutions:

  • The Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is in operation as a world-class specialty hospital and clinic.
  • The Johns Hopkins Medical School manages health care systems in Abu Dhabi, including the 469-bed Tawam Hospital.
  • The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has a partnership with the UAE government for breast cancer education.
  • The Children’s National Medical Center and the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi partnership has been credited for helping improve infant mortality rates in the UAE, developing a successful internship program with Emirati doctors and establishing the UAE as a destination for regional, pediatric care.

post by- Karuna