DUBAI, 25th July, 2022 (WAM) — As part of its digital transformation efforts to improve medical services, Emirates Health Services (EHS) has further developed service efficiency in its hospitals through its award-winning proprietary Performance and Clinical system Excellence (PaCE platform).
Enhancements to the PaCE platform include setting up smart displays in healthcare facilities for clinical monitoring and updates. PaCE is also working to proactively monitor drugs, pathogens and vulnerabilities in health care plans, using the smart application linked to the electronic medical record, which focuses on individual health, among other functions.
The platform recently received two awards, EHS announced, at INFOSOL’s Global Business Intelligence Symposium in California, USA, for “Best Electronic Dashboard for Unlimited Business Intelligence System for 2022”, and Project BES and the “Best Electronic Board of Value” for the platform’s Covid detection project.
Dr. Yousif Mohammed Al Serkal, Chief Executive Officer of EHS, noted that the UAE health system was a pioneer in the region and globally in innovative healthcare projects and initiatives, counting given the UAE’s strategy based on anticipation and proactive preparation to deal with crises, which contributed to the sector’s leadership in managing the Covid-19 crisis at the height of its escalation.
He explained that the gains made by the healthcare sector in the country resulted from forward-looking policies that covered all sectors, which guided the need to employ artificial intelligence, encourage innovation and leadership and to create research centers for the medical sciences. that work with technological solutions.
Dr. Essam Howayyer Al Zarouni, Executive Director of Medical Services Sector, said the PaCE platform is one of the most important innovative models in preventive health practices. “The system has proven its effectiveness as the ‘bed management platform’ has helped in real-time monitoring of bed occupancy rates in hospitals and intensive care centers and units.”
“In addition, an ’emergency services management platform’ has been equipped with a live performance indicator system that outputs detailed and up-to-date data that appears on display panels and provides predictive information.The use of these advanced systems has resulted in reduced patient waiting time and triage time, as well as improved means of communication, especially during peak hours, while maintaining productivity, safety, quality and controlling waiting times”, he added.
For his part, Dr. Noor Al Mehiri, Director of the Clinical Performance and Excellence (PaCE) Committee, said that the platform is under continuous development as several interactive smart platforms have been put in place. updated and included, including “Bed Management Platform”, “Emergency Department Management Platform”, “Outpatient Clinic Management Platform”, “Inpatient and Intensive Care Unit Management Platform and “Quality Outcomes Program Platform” for Diabetes and Maternity, adding that new dashboards will be announced later this year.