Innovation & TechEmirates Health Services Partners with Care.AI to Implement AI-Based Patient Health Monitoring

Emirates Health Services Partners with Care.AI to Implement AI-Based Patient Health Monitoring

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DUBAI, UAE – Emirates Health Services (EHS) and Care.AI have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to incorporate Generative AI technology into patient room monitoring systems. The MoU was signed in the presence of Dr. Mohammad Salim Al Olama, Chairman of the Board of Directors of EHS. The MoU aims to elevate healthcare standards in alignment with government priorities and EHS goals.

Empowering Healthcare through AI

Dr. Yousif Mohammed Al Serkal, Director General of EHS, and Chakri Toleti, CEO of, officially inked the agreement. The signing ceremony was attended by Mubarak Ibrahim, Acting Executive Director of the Information Sector at EHS, and Dr. Zahid Al Sabti, CEO of Magenta Investments, alongside representatives from both organizations.

The MoU focuses on forging strategic partnerships to harness Generative AI and implement the system across EHS healthcare facilities, revolutionizing patient care. The system will span emergency departments, operating rooms, intensive care units, neonatal units, and more, bolstering patient care initiatives.

Transforming Patient Classification

The platform will categorize patients based on various criteria, including mental well-being and infection prevention. It will provide vital support to medical staff for swift responses and adherence to patient care protocols. The platform aims to streamline workflows, enhance productivity, and elevate patient experiences.

The platform can automate routine administrative tasks, boosting professionals’ efficiency by tracking and monitoring workflows and services in real-time.

Dr. Mohammed Al Olama affirmed EHS’s dedication to deploying Generative AI technologies efficiently in healthcare. He emphasized that the partnership with CARE.AI will augment patient monitoring and ensure the delivery of safe and efficient healthcare services, aligning with national priorities.

Dr. Yousif Mohammed Al Serkal emphasized the milestone’s significance in bolstering the UAE’s healthcare sector. He highlighted the role of advanced Generative AI technologies in delivering proactive, integrated, and sustainable healthcare services, ultimately enhancing the quality of life.

Strategic Deployment

The agreement aims to implement Generative AI in EHS healthcare facilities, including operating rooms, intensive care, and neonatal units. The platform will monitor patients’ mental well-being, infection control, and hygiene conditions in line with international standards.’s Smart Care Facility Platform utilizes sensor data, biometrics, and EHR for insights into patients’ health trends and conditions. It can identify potential issues before they escalate, empowering clinical teams with actionable recommendations.

Innovative Care Strategies

Leveraging Generative AI, the system suggests new patient care regimes, innovative interventions, and process improvements. The platform enables virtual care models to enhance the patient experience.

The Patient Room Control System ensures patient data privacy and security, aligning with EHS policies, ICT laws, and cybersecurity standards.

This collaboration signifies a significant stride toward leveraging AI for enhanced healthcare services in the UAE.

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