Dubai Health Authority(DHA) has transformed all its electronic services to smart services, said a top health official.
Transformation of e-services to smart services will benefit all major stakeholders of DHA such as healthcare professionals, healthcare facilities, suppliers, medical students and patients. All e-services are compatible on all smart devices including smartphone and tablets of various platforms which ensures continuous service availability and improve e-services accessibility through smart devices.
HE Eng. Essa Al Maidoor, Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority said that the move is in line with the Smart Government initiative launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and the Dubai Health Strategy 2013-2025.
He said: Our aim is to ensure a paperless environment and smart transformation for the health sector in Dubai ensuring both services and systems are electronic and smart so that our customers can access these services on their fingertips at their convenience and the health sector can benefit from these services which will help further enhance efficiencies and patient outcomes.”
Amani Al Jassmi, Director of Information Technology at the DHA, said: "All 103 e-services have been transformed to smart services and this is in line with our strategy and Smart Government initiative. Smart services are highly convenient and will benefit all the stakeholders as these services are varied in nature.”
Source: The Gulf Time