CS Event’s 3rd Digital Health MENA gets strong response from industry stakeholders

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CS Event’s 3rd Digital Health MENA gets strong response from industry stakeholders

This significant conference will discuss many important regulatory issues relating to digital healthcare such as e-prescription, 3D printing of healthcare devices, remote diagnosis, tele-consultation, among other issues.

The remote healthcare market in the MENA region was valued at $989 million in 2019, and was projected to reach $1.8 billion in 2024, growing at a CAGR of 12.8 per cent, according to the 2020 Global Ventures Digital Health report.

With approximately 400 million people in pandemic-hit MENA region lacking access to essential medical services, health technology (healthtech) solutions rose to shed the burden off traditional healthcare systems.

Some of the key issues faced by the industry that will come up for discussions will include, but not be limited to: Managing massive volumes of patient data; Safeguarding and securing critical data; Designing new processes and Investing and adopting the right technology.

The 3rd Digital Health MENA Conference takes place at the backdrop of massive investment into digital health start-ups in 2021, propelled in large part by the shift to virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic. The first nine months of 2021 alone brought in a total of $21.3 billion for digital health startups across 541 investment deals, dwarfing the $14.6 billion record of 2020, according to

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