The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has set new regulations for issuing birth and death certificates in the emirate and has demanded all DHA-licensed health facilities to abide by them from Tuesday.
Salim Bin Lahej, Head of Health Fund Office at the DHA, said that the authority continued its humanitarian work to aid those in need, despite the COVID-19 pandemic through its "Mosaada” programme, "Save a Heart” initiative, voluntary clinics at Latifa hospital and other initiatives.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA), which regulates the health insurance sector in Dubai, has launched "EJADAH" programme, the first-of-its-kind value-based healthcare model for the emirate.
A 16-year student of an Indian school in Dubai has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The infection was contracted from the student’s parent who had travelled overseas.
The health authority announced in a statement that it is providing this service through its 'Doctor for Every Citizen' initiative, which was launched by the authority last December to fulfil the goals of Article 5 of the Fifty-Year Charter.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) announced that it has further expanded its COVID-19 vaccination campaign by opening up booking slots for children between the ages of five and 11 for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
The Dubai Health Authority’s Diagnostic Imaging Departments have adopted a state-of-the-art system to closely monitor radiation doses for all radiology services that are provided to patients at the DHA.
Along with the growth in the number of healthcare facilities, Dubai has also witnessed an impressive 61 per cent increase in licenced medical professionals to reach 55,208 in 2022.
DHA has collaborated with Enpy, a Dubai firm; to explore the use of AI-powered device for remote-patient monitoring. Enpy is a start-up UAE company, based in Dubai, specialising in Medical Artificial Intelligence. It has designed the non-invasive innovative medical device.
Dr Al Khaja said, 'In the first phase, Emiratis as well as residents above the age of 60 years, people of determination, people with chronic diseases, frontliners in the public and private sector and people in occupations with the highest COVID-19 risk are eligible...'