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UAE’s Mulk Healthcare launches Middle East’s first digital hospital

UAE’s Mulk Healthcare launches Middle East’s first digital hospital

The e-hospital offers end-to-end services from booking appointments, seeking consultations, securing health insurance approvals, diagnosis, prescription and medication

Mulk Healthcare has announced the launch of the Middle East’s first digital hospital with a network of 2,000 doctors and access to diagnostic clinics, hospitals and medical experts.

The e-hospital will function as a digital healthcare system, allowing patients to consult doctors, check their vital signs, get diagnosis, treatment and medication, as well as have access to worldwide hospitals from the comfort of their homes.

Mulk Healthcare, the partnership firm between Mulk brothers of conglomerate Mulk Holdings, has launched the digital hospital in the form of a healthcare app that offers a full spectrum of healthcare services from consultation to post hospital care.

Through the app, any patient from across the world – either from a city or a remote area – will have access to quality healthcare from international experts in each medical field based in the US, the UK, Thailand, Pakistan, Europe and India, in addition to those in the UAE and other GCC countries.

The global telemedicine technologies market was valued at $17.8bn in 2014, and is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18 per cent from 2014 to 2020 reaching a current level of over $40bn.

Dr. Nawab Shafi Ul Mulk, president of Mulk Healthcare, stated: “E-hospital is the future of healthcare services and brings the entire healthcare services on your fingertips – from booking an online appointment to online consultation, online sharing health data, securing insurance approvals, getting medical advice, prescription, order medicine online, get medication and after-care services – all through digital space.

“Mulk E-Hospital is a hospital without borders and unlocks the potential of healthcare services with unlimited possibilities. The Covid-19 social distancing prohibits most patients to physically visit clinics and hospitals and we are offering the perfect solution to address this concern.”

“We are in the midst of the biggest public health crisis in a century. The healthcare sector needs digital disruption that minimises face-to-face interaction for consultation without compromising on the quality of healthcare. We are of the firm belief that telehealth would grow exponentially and we hope to become significant E-health providers with Mulk E health,” commented Nawab Shaji Ul Mulk, chairman of Mulk Healthcare and Mulk Holdings.

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