iPatientCare had a successful week at Arab Health 2020, the second-largest healthcare event held in Dubai at the end of January.
iPatientCare, a pioneer in cloud-based ambulatory EHR, revenue cycle management services, integrated practice management, and patient engagement solutions witnessed fruitful connections at Arab Health 2020, held at the end of January in Dubai. At the four-day-long conference, iPatientCare strengthened its network and relationships with healthcare organizations seeking partnerships, as well as entrepreneurs and investors in an effort to drive toward a strong foothold in the MENA Region.
The 45th edition of Arab Health, middle-east’s second-largest healthcare event attracted a total of 4,150 exhibitors worldwide and provided a unique and professional industry communication platform for 87,654 visitors from more than 150 countries and regions, helping industry professionals to conduct industry exchanges, get the latest information, and meet people from all over the world.
“The opportunities in the MENA region are vast, and events like Arab Health provides a forum to connect, collaborate and co-create to improve patient outcomes using healthcare technology. With all efforts focused on empowering healthcare organizations to drive digital transformation, iPatientCare’s aim is to support healthcare organizations in the region deploy advanced healthcare IT systems to enhance patient experience and improve healthcare outcomes. We look forward to continuing to forge great relations with new customers across the Middle East and beyond.” said Udayan Mandavia, Chief Growth Officer, iPatientCare/AssureCare.
Mr. Mandavia said potential distributors he spoke with at Arab Health were interested in telehealth solutions and integrated hospital management system to curb staffing costs and enhance patient safety — much the same as in the U.S. He further stated that the trade mission provided an ideal opportunity to learn about Abu Dabhi’s as well as Dubai’s fast-growing healthcare market and discuss partnership opportunities with UAE counterparts.
While iPatientCare already has a presence across the US, Canada and in the Asia Pacific, it is expanding further, with a Dubai-based office opening this year to ramp up the operations in the region.