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April 30, 2012

E-Health in the UAE: Benefits of a national framework


By: Jim Massey, BSc, Cerner

Our involvement with the UAE Ministry of Health in the creation of their future view of health care positions Cerner at the centre of e-health in the UAE. The system we are helping to create and the measurement system will provide the roadmap to help the Ministry of Health reach its destination, it helps to identify barriers and to breakdown the silos of information and processes, as well as reducing the visibility and communication issues that are slowing the transformation of health care. ... Read full story


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March 21, 2012

National Health Framework: Proposed UAE e-health enterprise architecture


By: Jim Massey, BSc, Cerner

As we all know, health care is a complex system of systems, as such measurement of the effect of the enterprise architecture on a national scale in terms of benefit to UAE citizens is more difficult than looking at the financial and patient safety benefits on a single hospital or group. Additionally, the necessity for collaboration across multiple sociotechnical systems means that the predicted outcomes from analysis of component systems will not necessarily be met because of interdependencies in an open system. It is however possible in such an open system to measure specific outcomes and relate these back to specific initiatives.... Read full story


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March 06, 2012

National Health Framework: The UAE Vision


By: Jim Massey, BSc, Cerner

The Ministry of Health in the United Arab Emirates sponsored an eHealth Strategy to enable them to achieve their mission of providing efficient, world class health care that is accessible to all people through a mixture of public and private delivery channels. The scope of this strategy encompasses all the elements of the Ministry's business processes in Defining Policy, Regulatory Affairs and Service Delivery. Achieving these goals requires that the MoH is able to interact with internal and external organisations, processes and technologies in an open and flexible manner.... Read full story


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