Dubai’s Healthcare Sector, 2017—Outlook and Trends

Dubai’s Healthcare Sector, 2017—Outlook and Trends

Dubai’s PPP model and Mandatory health insurance—Big investment opportunity for private healthcare providers

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08-Nov-2017
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: 9AB9-00-8B-00-00
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This industry docket provides an overview of the evolution of the healthcare industry in Dubai, key stakeholders, government licenses and permits required to set up operations in Mainland Dubai, and key investments. Substantial healthcare spending and increased access to healthcare have helped the UAE to improve its ranking in the World Healthcare Quality Index from 34 in 2015 to 28 in 2016.
This document also looks at healthcare infrastructure, delivery services, medical technology, the pharmaceutical space and governing bodies and government intitiatives that will drive the growth of the healthcare sector. This docket is intended to serve as a first-stop (and not a one-stop) resource for businesses trying to set up operations in mainland Dubai

Table of Contents

High per capita healthcare spending in Dubai vs. global average; increasing emphasis on preventive care to ensure healthy lifestyle for its citizens

Demand for healthcare driven by growing population, medical tourism and mandatory health insurance to augment Dubai’s healthcare infrastructure

Advancements in medical technology and healthcare IT to help the DHA in providing a world-class healthcare system

Evolving healthcare infrastructure, strategic location supported by connectivity, and economic growth has helped Dubai become a major healthcare destination

Substantial healthcare spending, emphasis on preventive care & increased access to healthcare; ranking in the World Healthcare Quality Index improved

Hospitals:

Clinics:

Dental Clinics:

Specialty Care Services:

Investments in Healthcare (1/2):

Investments in Healthcare (2/2):

Public Private Partnership in Healthcare:

Healthcare Manpower:

Medical Tourism:

Geriatric Care:

Laboratory Tests:

In Vitro Diagnostics:

Medical Devices:

Diagnostic Imaging Equipment:

Healthcare IT:

Focus on pharmaceutical sector in Dubai’s Industrial Strategy is expected to attract pharmaceutical manufacturers to Dubai and reduce import dependency

Ministry of Health and Prevention & Dubai Health Authority are key govt. organisations that regulate and plan development of healthcare industry

Patient centric models with focus on artificial intelligence and IT for patient engagement are the future prospects of Dubai’s healthcare sector

Wellness to drive the shift from curative care to preventive care

Some of the Smart Technologies in Dubai and the Future of Healthcare

Global Healthcare investment to increase to improve the quality of healthcare and meet growing demand

Glossary and Definitions

Companies setting up business in Dubai need to be aware of the key laws and regulations

DHA strives to provide world-class healthcare system – increase access to healthcare, improve overall care quality, build a patient-centric model…

… Mandatory health insurance, be an internationally recognised quality healthcare destination, preventive healthcare are all part of DHA’s vision

Maximise opportunities from existing products and markets; systematically explore new products, markets, including inorganic Opportunites

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This industry docket provides an overview of the evolution of the healthcare industry in Dubai, key stakeholders, government licenses and permits required to set up operations in Mainland Dubai, and key investments. Substantial healthcare spending and increased access to healthcare have helped the UAE to improve its ranking in the World Healthcare Quality Index from 34 in 2015 to 28 in 2016. This document also looks at healthcare infrastructure, delivery services, medical technology, the pharmaceutical space and governing bodies and government intitiatives that will drive the growth of the healthcare sector. This docket is intended to serve as a first-stop (and not a one-stop) resource for businesses trying to set up operations in mainland Dubai
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Author Ajit Thangaraj
Industries Healthcare
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