The initiative aims to provide affordable medicines to uninsured and low-income expat patients or those whose insurance is not covering the cost of treatment of the following diseases; pulmonary arterial hypertension, multiple myeloma, active ulcerative colitis.
The completion of compulsory health insurance in all emirates will enhance the total written premiums, which are expected to reach about Dhs50 billion in current year 2022, supported by the increase in the number of polices and insured people,...
Sheikh Mohamed’s directives and visions are the foundation of the country's initiatives, financial contributions and field projects to support health and medical programmes, implement vaccination campaigns and provide vaccines worldwide.
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.
Most Americans — Democrats, Republicans and independents — agree that the cost of medical care has gotten out of control in our country. US health care spending grew 9.7% in 2020, reaching $4.1 trillion (or $12,530 per person) and accounting for 19.7%
Sheikh Mohammed’s remarks came during his visit on Wednesday to the 4th edition of the Dubai Health Forum, accompanied by Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum...
Major illnesses like a heart attack, stroke, cancer mostly strike after the age of 60 requiring huge spends for treatment. Unfortunately, a majority of them are not eligible for coverage under insurance schemes like Ayushman Bharat (PM-JAY) because of their foreign employment history.”
Over 26,700 students from various schools in Dubai underwent basic vision tests (visual acuity) conducted by qualified optometrists from Al Jaber Optical's expertise team, in collaboration with the DHA.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan deserves full praise for the way he has been leading his country. Despite many challenges, Khan is steering his country towards a better and brighter future. He has set an example that if you have a will
The Supreme Court’s decision on Thursday to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act breaks no new legal ground, but it has enormous practical significance in that it means that 21 million people will keep their health insurance coverage.