The Dubai Health Authority has recently launched the latest and most advanced version of its ambitious project, the Unified Electronic Health Record (Salama), which conforms to the highest standards and specifications applicable worldwide in such integrated medical systems, and within the best technologies and smart resources, which support the objectives of the project and achieve its benefits, from both the medical staff and beneficiaries, led by patients, and everyone involved in the project, especially those involved be responsible for.
The value, importance and objectives of the “Salama” project, the first phase of which was launched five years ago, are integrated in increasing the efficiency level of the health authority facilities of hospitals, medical centers and clinics, in addition to supporting the decision making of treatment decisions by physicians to decisions by the leaders of the authority and those responsible for planning and formulating policies.
The director of the authority’s Information Technology Department, Kalithem Al Shamsi, said the enhanced version of “Salama” offers unlimited benefits and facilities, including: simplifying procedures for documenting tasks and details of drugs, delivering drugs to the patients’ rooms, maintaining drug stocks according to the required levels and classifying drugs according to It also helps patients to subscribe to the health authority smart application, while controlling the access of patients or relatives to the medical record on their behalf facilitated, according to the highest standards of privacy.
She explained that the improved version of “Salama” gave doctors the ability to send comments and opinions within the system, and that the project, in its updated version, improves the performance of programmers and analysts in charge of it, who are now Sections can rearrange, view and audit documents as required, in addition to specifying all commands. Enter the medical requirement for the patient and submit it with a single click.
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