March 30, 2023

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Two students design a smart application for secure communication between healthcare facilities

Two students from Dubai National School have designed a smart application for secure communication between healthcare facilities to provide patient data to them without having to repeat the clinical tests they performed at a healthcare facility. Convenience, ensure a better healthy life.

Application Program Supervisor, Raqat Muhammad Al-Faisal, told “Emirates Today” that the large number of health facilities in the country, whether public or private, including hospitals, clinics and health care centres, could lead to a lack of communication. Through a unified communication channel between them (System Unified) the worsening disease ends with worsening symptoms and unnecessary medical tests and examinations, which means spending more money, spending more time.

The project, implemented by two students, Muhammad Ala Badrana and Hussain Al-Tahri, is a digital platform that aims to enable hospitals to communicate about their patients without losing any of them, providing an application. Instant access to radiological images and medical records and avoid unnecessary tests and establish linkages between hospitals and clinics in the country.

Al-Faisal added, “The project seeks to contribute to achieving healthy lives and improving well-being for people of all ages, not just in the Emirates, but in the Gulf region and around the world.”

The project aims to create better medical careers by connecting with healthcare centers as a unit in the country and supporting the UAE’s efforts to promote healthy work and life.

He pointed out that the project team participated in the National Festival of Science, Technology and Innovation organized by the Ministry of Education at the Festival Hall in Dubai recently and was appreciated by the jury of the projects that participated in the festival.

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