UAE is on track to introduce system Riayati

The country’s Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has stated that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is on track to launch its National Unified Medical Record (NUMR) website in 2021 (Riayati).

Riayati is a huge step for the Medical sector

Named Riayati, the NUMR framework is designed to connect 3,000+ healthcare providers in the public and private sectors of the UAE, with the goal of being able to easily exchange data across the country in real time. Final preparations are here for connecting Riayati with all other medical records of the affiliate, including Nabidh and Malaffi.”

The leading provider of healthcare solutions, Pure Wellness planned, operated and will manage Riayati.

First unveiled by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, at Arab Health 2018, Riayati is part of the national “UAE Vision 2021” that involves providing “better healthcare to UAE citizens.”

Adnan Asif, who currently serves as Chief Technology Officer of Pure Health, said at the time. “The NUMR programme will link healthcare providers in the public and private sectors across the UAE to create a secure way to access and share the right health data in real time with the right people.”

Pure Health will be responsible for operating on a consolidated computer scheme. For all related government and private sector agencies to connect every hospital, clinic, pharmacy and also patient medical records. The technology would be to conduct population health analytics. To provide physicians with insight so that the nation’s population can access quality healthcare.

The medical sector in the UAE is on a solid path. In fact, It’s one of the most excellent medical sectors around the whole globe. Not just because it cares so much for the people. But also it tries all the time to implement new strategies to make sure of it’s solidity.

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