Dr Nawab Shafi Ul Mulk, President of Mulk Healthcare
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Mulk Healthcare, conceptualised and founded by Dr Shafi Ul Mulk, on Monday announced the launch of the Middle East’s first E-Hospital — a digital healthcare system through which patients could consult doctors, check their vital signs, get diagnosis, get treatment and medication and have access to the best hospitals in the world from the comfort of their home.
Mulk E-Hospital comes as a downloadable app that brings a whole range of healthcare services at the fingertips of a patient. This is the first major healthcare app in the region that will provide the full 360 degrees of healthcare from consultation to post hospital care.
Through E-Hospital app, any patient from any part of the world — either a city or remote areas — will have access to quality healthcare from the best international experts in each medical field based in the United States, United Kingdom, Thailand, Pakistan, Europe and India, in addition to those in the UAE and other GCC countries. This way, E-Hospital offers global healthcare services from a pool of international experts to the patients in the UAE. The company has already acquired the services of over 2,000 doctors from across the globe along with tie ups with major hospitals.
The global telemedicine technologies market was valued at $17.8 billion in 2014 and is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18 percent from 2014 to 2020 reaching a current level of over $40 billion. During the current pandemic situation E-health is a perfect solution.
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 the digital space."Nawab Shaji Ul Mulk, Chairman of Mulk Healthcare and Mulk Holdings, said, “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.”
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