Etisalat to ramp up digital transformation of Prime Healthcare

Operator to provide managed UC, digital security and managed routers
(L-R) Dr. Jamil Ahmed, managing director, Prime Healthcare Group and Salvador Anglada, CBO, Etisalat
(L-R) Dr. Jamil Ahmed, managing director, Prime Healthcare Group and Salvador Anglada, CBO, Etisalat


Etisalat has signed an agreement to accelerate the digital transformation of  UAE's Prime Healthcare Group. 

The operator will provide end-to-end managed services solution for the healthcare provider's complete network infrastructure. In addition, it will also provide managed unified communications, digital security as well as managed routers on data and voice links across all Prime Healthcare locations in the UAE.

Salvador Anglada, CBO, Etisalat said: “In the healthcare business; confidentiality of patient information, timely response and access to the best medical expertise is of utmost significance to build a successful reputation in the market. Prime Healthcare Group’s key objective to put in place a robust, reliable network and security infrastructure as the foundation to their Digital transformation will help them accelerate in the healthcare business. Etisalat has proficient experience with multiple government and leading enterprises in implementing end-to-end managed services solutions to help them meet their long term business objectives.”

Dr. Jamil Ahmed, managing director, Prime Healthcare Group said: “Our vision is to be the most respected healthcare provider in the region, offering the most effective treatment outcomes through the best in – class professionals. To achieve this, we have to continuously innovate and implement technologies to help accelerate our healthcare practice and secure our business. Etisalat, our partner in this digital transformation has a diversified portfolio that was an ideal choice for us to accomplish our vision”.


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