Dubai: Emirates Health Services (EHS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Care.ai to employ generative AI technology in the application of patient room monitoring systems.
It aims to enhance the standards of healthcare services that align with the strategic priorities and goals of the government and EHS.
Dr. Mohammad Salim Al Olama, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Emirates Health Services, witnessed the signing ceremony.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Yousif Mohammed Al Serkal, Director General of EHS, and Mr. Chakri Toleti, CEO of Care.ai.
Many prominent personalities were present at the ceremony, including Mr. Mubarak Ibrahim, Acting Executive Director of the Information Sector at EHS, and Dr. Zahid Al Sabti, CEO of Magenta Investments, as well as several representatives of both entities.
The MoU intends to bolster strategic partnerships in several areas to leverage generative AI and implement the care.ai system across EHS healthcare facilities to achieve advanced patient care outcomes. This will be driven by a smart and virtual care nursing platform covering emergency departments, operating rooms, intensive care units, neonatal units, and others, enhancing patient care, as per the statement.
The care.ai platform will help classify patients based on their mental well-being and in preventing infections, in addition to supporting medical staff for rapid response and completing all patient care protocols.
The system will also aid in achieving comprehensive clinical decisions regarding the patient.
Dr. Mohammed Al Olama stated that the agreement contributes to the efficient deployment of generative AI technologies in the healthcare sector.
“This partnership with Care.ai will enhance patient monitoring and ensure the provision of safe and efficient healthcare services,” the Chairman remarked.
Dr. Mohammed Al Olama highlighted the commitment of EHS to achieving its strategic objectives of providing the best healthcare services to the community in line with national priorities and achieving the goals of ‘We the UAE 2031’ and the UAE Centennial Plan 2071.