One of the GCC’s largest integrated healthcare providers has partnered with Roche Diagnostics To transform its diagnostic solutions in its hospitals, clinics and laboratories, it has been announced.
This week, Aster DM Healthcare It has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Swiss multinational company to transform Aster’s existing systems into a platform with the latest state-of-the-art technology, which aims to provide optimal outcomes to patients and their treating physicians, it said in a statement. have to provide.” .
The agreement will reportedly focus on Aster’s entities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia (KSA), Qatar and Oman.
Alisha Moopen, Deputy Managing Director, Aster DM Healthcare, said, “At Aster, we are committed to being at the forefront of providing the best medical solutions to our patients and to be able to do so equip our doctors with the most advanced systems We do.” . “The partnership with Roche Diagnostics in the Middle East underscores our dedication to supporting countries, patients and the medical fraternity across the region by providing the latest healthcare solutions related to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of various diseases.
“This is part of our core strategy to introduce smart systems that encourage early and accurate detection that can facilitate the timely medical intervention needed to prevent unwanted disease outcomes.”
Aster DM Healthcare currently runs 27 hospitals and 115 clinics in GCC and India.
why it matters
According to the company, the partnership aims to introduce not only more efficient systems – such as testing multiple diseases using minimal samples – but automated labs to “deliver high-quality and accurate patient results in the shortest amount of time”. Providing solutions as well.
Honey Abdul Sathar, a Director at Eurohealth Systems (EHS), a health management services provider who is also an Aster Partner, elaborated: “This project marks the beginning of a transformation journey that will enhance Aster Laboratories’ service offering in the GCC. Will enhance … Through systems integration and integration We aim to develop state-of-the-art infrastructure for diagnostics founded on intelligent systems, sophisticated quality processes, equipment technology enhancements.
“[It is] All with the aim of equipping our doctors with the best systems they need to be able to provide optimal treatment solutions to patients.”
On the record
Harald Wolf, General Manager, Roche Diagnostics Middle, said, “The establishment of this collaboration is a testament to Roche Diagnostics’ dedication to supporting countries in the Middle East to further raise their standards of healthcare and to better serve patients. bring the latest innovations.” East. “This partnership will further align our commitment to growing and expanding healthcare opportunities and services for all residents of the UAE, KSA, Oman and Qatar.”
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