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KFSH&RC Introduces Advanced Digital Healthcare at 2023 Global Health Expo

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King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre (KFSH&RC) will present its innovative approach to enhancing patient experiences through advanced digital healthcare solutions at the 2023 Global Health Exhibition in Riyadh, taking place from October 29th to 31st.
This premier healthcare exhibition, under the theme ‘Investing in Health,’ serves as an important event shaping the future of healthcare. With 250 exhibitors from 15 countries, it offers a platform for collaboration among Saudi and global healthcare communities, as well as regional and international manufacturers and suppliers.
KFSH&RC’s “Ehalat” service simplifies medical referrals, promoting collaboration with public and private healthcare entities. This automated platform empowers users to submit medical reports, compile personal data, and access their medical history, all within a unified service. It eliminates the need for in-person hospital visits and streamlines the evaluation of patients’ conditions, treatment eligibility, and real-time tracking of applications.
Through the “Altakhassusi” mobile application, patients can remotely track their treatment progress. Also they can have access to their medical records, schedule appointments, attend virtual follow-up sessions with physicians, and assess treatment effectiveness. The app also streamlines prescription refills, medical supplies, and nutritional needs, making communication with the medical team effortless.

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Moreover, KFSH&RC is a globally recognized institution committed to advancing medical technologies and setting new standards in healthcare. With a focus on automation at every stage of the healthcare journey, they enhance patient well-being and medical excellence.
Visit KFSH&RC at the 2023 Global Health Exhibition to explore the future of healthcare through advanced digital solutions and innovations.

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