Now all hospitals in UAE can access patient health information, thanks to Riyati – News
The digital device will facilitate the transfer of patients between public and private hospitals and health clinics.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) has launched the “Riyati” digital platform, which will allow all public and private sector health service providers to access updated data. day relating to the health of Emiratis and residents.
All hospitals and clinics can access updated health data for each patient including medical history, medications and length of hospital stay through this platform.
The digital mechanism would facilitate the transfer of patients between public and private hospitals and health clinics and allow a smooth exchange of medical records and data, MoHAP said in a statement on Tuesday.
The Riyati platform is based on a central and integrated healthcare system with easy access to patient health data in the UAE by connecting public and private healthcare facilities to improve patient safety and improve efficiency, quality and performance in the area of population. health management.
“The Riyati platform includes a lot of data on the healthcare landscape in the UAE and the quality of the services provided. The platform aims to turn the UAE’s Vision 2021 healthcare into reality, by providing accurate data to health insurance providers, universities and researchers, while maintaining the highest standards of privacy. and confidentiality, ”said Dr Abdul Aziz Al Zarouni, Acting Assistant. Undersecretary for the Support Services Sector.
Mubaraka Ibrahim, director of health information systems, MoHAP, said Riyati is a patient-centric platform. It aims to provide better services to society and improve the health and well-being of individuals, he added.
“Riyati presents updated health data for each patient, including medical history, medications and length of hospital stay. This facilitates the transfer of patients between public and private hospitals and health clinics and allows a smooth exchange of medical records and data. The initiative ensures the delivery of a seamless patient care experience and saves costs and time overruns and also improves the quality of healthcare across the country, ”she added.
“To get the most out of the platform, the patient care experience must be improved by reducing errors and duplication of medical records, improving disease surveillance and cost efficiency through automation, among others. . This would help medical and administrative staff to make better clinical decisions, save time, improve health expenditure management and achieve better health outcomes, with the engagement of community members, ”he said. said Dr Kalthoum Al Baloushi, Director of Hospital Administration, MoHAP.