Including all hospitals and 2,000 public and private healthcare facilities, and provides more than 45,000 authorised users access to 900 million patient records for more than seven million patients, Malaffi health platform currently connects almost the entire sector in Abu Dhabi
Malaffi health platform is added with a patient risk profile as a new functionality by Abu Dhabi Department of Health.
To develop certain chronic diseases or suffer an acute event, the functionality predicts the level of risk for an individual patient. To build predictive risk models based on available UAE’s-level demographic and clinical data in Malaffi, it’s risk management solution uses advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and machine learning algorithms.
Against a list of prevalent chronic conditions such as diabetes, congestive heart failure (CHF), chronic kidney disease (CKD), hypertension, and acute events such as a heart attack, stroke, and others, the Malaffi Patient Risk Profile displays risk scores for each patient. In addition, to manage and prevent individuals from developing potential diseases or being admitted to a hospital, individual risk scores help clinicians make informed decisions and interventions.
Including all hospitals and 2,000 public and private healthcare facilities, and provides more than 45,000 authorised users access to 900 million patient records for more than seven million patients, Malaffi health platform currently connects almost the entire sector in Abu Dhabi, according to the highest standards of privacy and information security.
Dr. Jamal Mohammed Al Kaabi, Under-Secretary of the Department of Health, Abu Dhabi, said, “We are committed to developing a healthcare ecosystem that has become among the leading and innovative systems in the world through the latest artificial intelligence digital technologies to improve the quality of healthcare for the residents of Abu Dhabi and the region. Such innovation is pivotal to moving to a preventive-based healthcare approach that will help the transition to value-based care whilst achieving our vision of a healthy Abu Dhabi.”
Robert Denson, Acting CEO of Malaffi, stated, “We continually strive to improve and expand Malaffi health platform as a platform to serve the needs of the healthcare professionals and patients in Abu Dhabi while supporting the government’s digital transformation of healthcare. Having connected almost all healthcare facilities, we can now maximise the clinical big data and the population risk platform already available to the DoH to deliver added value to the Malaffi users.”
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