NXN, TELUS Health and du collaborate to optimize the UAE healthcare sector

TELUS' Health eHealth portfolio is in line with the UAE Vision 2021.
These applications include e-prescriptions, e-claims, remote patient monitoring, mobile electronic health records and telemedicine
These applications include e-prescriptions, e-claims, remote patient monitoring, mobile electronic health records and telemedicine

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The trio of NXN, TELUS Health and du are collaborating to roll out the TELUS Health eHealth portfolio in the UAE. The consortium complements the organizations' focus in developing a national eHealth capability to improve healthcare outcomes in line with the UAE Vision 2021 to provide world-class healthcare.

By working with NXN and TELUS Health to implement the TELUS Health solutions, du will leverage TELUS Health's suite of eHealth portfolio, which comprises of applications to improve the medical journey for four key stakeholders which include patients, physicians, pharmacies and payors. 

These applications include e-prescriptions, e-claims, remote patient monitoring, mobile electronic health records and telemedicine. The goal of these is to not only streamline the process for healthcare transactions, but also minimize gaps for the most important stakeholder, the patient.

Marwan Bin Dalmook, senior vice president of ICT solutions and smart city operations for du said, “Empowering citizens and residents of the UAE to lead happier and healthier lives is a key driver for du’s innovations in the eHealth space. That’s why our partnership with TELUS Health and NXN is a vital sign for the UAE healthcare sector. Through the power of this collaboration, we are proud to be exploring innovative eHealth outcomes to drive the next generation of the sector while delivering an enriched patient experience for all.”

The consortium brings a unique and powerful combination of knowledge, technology, assets and experience to meet the needs of the healthcare marketplace. In addition, this will provide a solution to make the UAE a global example for other nations to emulate. 

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