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Why Is Everyone Talking About Health Ministry In UAE

Abu Dhabi: The Department of Health - Abu Dhabi (DoH) held a key retreat entitled "The Future of Healthcare 2019". The two-day retreat, which occurred within the sight of Abdulla container Mohamed Al Hamed, Chairman of the Department of Health - Abu Dhabi, tried to futureproof the Emirate's human services methodology thinking about evolving conditions. Highlighting a progression of gatherings and conversations, the retreat meant to guarantee that the area is well-prepared to deal with potential future requests. Retreat members incorporated the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company "SEHA", National Health Insurance Company "Daman" and Mubadala, just as delegates from government and private human services offices, vital accomplices from the area, government offices, data innovation organizations and scholastic establishments. The retreat planned to give prescience on the chances, difficulties and requirements of the human services segment, while guaranteeing that the fundamental arrangement and choices are made as needs be. At the same time, DoH is building up a system for its medicinal services part, which depends on six key needs; giving coordinated and ceaseless social insurance administrations for all people, improving the nature of human services administrations, improving the money related effectiveness of the area, upgrading general wellbeing, e-wellbeing, and reinforcing abilities inside the human services segment's administration.


Dubai: The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention has effectively gotten ISO 9001:2015 accreditation for Quality Management Systems. The UK-based Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) guaranteed nine of the service's new focal offices following stringent evaluation.

Dr Mohammad Salim Al Olama, undersecretary of the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention, got the endorsements from Basem Obaid, provincial senior supervisor of the LRQA.

The undersecretary expressed that all divisions will get universal accreditation for quality administration frameworks in the following stage. He underlined that the ISO confirmation for the service adds to its arrangement of accomplishments, situating it among world-class government divisions.

Dr Al Olama said that it additionally carries universal acknowledgment to the service's presentation and is a zenith of their endeavors towards accomplishing greatness in executing worldwide prescribed procedures in accordance with the UAE National Agenda.

He further said that the accreditation comes quite close to the service's vital objective of giving excellent, effective and straightforward authoritative administrations.

The service's Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management; Statistics and Research Center; Public Health and Licensing; Support Services; and Health Clinics and Centers have all gotten ISO affirmation. All divisions for Public Health and Licensing, including Empowerment and Healthcare Compliance; Public Health Policies; Medical Licensing, Advertising and Regulation; and Drug Control alongside Support Services' Purchasing and Contracts Department and Health Clinics and Centers' Health Education and Promotion Departments have been effectively certify.




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