تحت رعاية سموّ الشيخ خالد بن محمد بن زايد آل نهيان، ولي عهد أبوظبي رئيس المجلس التنفيذي لإمارة أبوظبي
Under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council
UAE regulators are now developing AI policy models. The use of ‘AI’, data prediction tools, wearables and robotics in healthcare is essential to support the UAE’s e-health delivery systems.
Biotech and Pharma Frontiers
The UAE's strategic investment in innovation and research has positioned it as a key regional centre for manufacturing and commercialisation. Its commitment to addressing local and global healthcare challenges boosts its reputation in the biotech and pharma industry.
UAE: US $4.7 bn by 2025
Global US $ 1.6 tn by 2030
The UAE seeks to establish a conducive environment for fostering talents in advanced data by improving AI efficiency and big data utilisation across vital sectors, including healthcare.
UAE: US $1.72 bn by 2027
Global: US $395 bn by 2029
The UAE strives to develop a leading global healthcare ecosystem through innovative digital services prioritising patient privacy protection. Advances in technology mandate the provision of high-level confidentiality for the region's residents.
UAE: US $31 bn by 2030
Global: US 500 bn by 2030
The UAE’s future strategy is to prevent illness rather than consume health services after the onset of illness. Technology will enable rapid access to health information and prevention through diagnostics, high quality care and treatment, as well as driving better health at lower cost.
UAE: US $ 2.84 bn by 2026
Global: $981 bn by 2032
Empowering Patient Engagement
To elevate the overall patient experience, healthcare organisations acknowledge the importance of involving patients in maintaining optimal health and well-being. The UAE is committed to prioritising this approach by encouraging healthy behaviours over just treating illnesses.
UAE: US $ 3.6 bn by 2027
Global: US $41.20 bn by 2027
Fertility and Cultural Transition
The UAE's falling fertility rates are attributed to unhealthy lifestyles, diets, and obesity. The issue highlights the importance of cultural transition towards healthier choices and addressing societal challenges.
UAE: US $ 200 mn by 2024
Global: US $21.7 bn by 2025
Genomics, Genome Sequencing and Precision Medicine
The National Genome Strategy highlights the country's position as a hub for advanced healthcare research, innovation and future technology use.
UAE: US $137 mn by 2030
Global: US $94.65 bn by 2028
Government commitment to the healthcare sector is one of the key drivers of growth within the UAE’s healthcare market. Public spending accounts for over two-thirds of overall healthcare expenditure.
UAE: US $53.5 bn by 2028
Global: US $ 11.9 tn by 2023
Health Information Exchance (HIE)
The UAE is working towards improving healthcare outcomes through digital transformation efforts that involve a national Health Information Exchange (HIE) platform. This platform securely connects public and private healthcare providers, allowing for the real-time exchange of patient health information.
UAE: US $552 mn by 2030
Global: US $ 3.42 bn by 2028
Internet Of Medical Things (IoMT) / Remote Healthcare Systems
The UAE healthcare industry is adopting the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) to enhance efficiency in work by using IoT connected devices for remote patient monitoring and maintaining patient records.
UAE: US $15 bn by 2028
Global: US $187 bn by 2028
Innovative Models of Care
The UAE established an integrated healthcare system based on international best practices to improve quality of life, maintain achievements and sustain progress while prioritising primary and community care services and innovative models of care.
UAE: US $10.7 bn by 2025
Global: US $ 92.01 bn by 2027