Adnan Abu Sharar Speaks at the ESLM Conference
Digital transformation has shown a great impact on different businesses. And now it's time for the healthcare sector to be part of this fast-moving technological trend. This is what Mr. Adnan Abu Sharar, the founder and CEO of Nabed, pointed out during his speech at the 29th annual conference of the Egyptian Society of Laboratory Medicine in Cairo.
The theme of this conference was: Shaping the future of laboratory medicine. It emphasized the importance of applying technology for better diagnosis and management, while ensuring continuous medical education to keep up with this rapidly growing field.
As a result, specialists in the healthcare field are now aware that being patient-centric ensures better outcomes.
How can technology play a role in improving public health and spreading awareness? By employing technological patient engagement tools. This improves patients’ satisfaction and loyalty, and positions healthcare facilities as key actors in spreading awareness. According to Abu Sharar, technology facilitates communication with patients inside and outside the laboratory, offers innovative services, and allows patients to take an active role in disease prevention and management.
Now is the time to be part of this digital revolution! Technology is the ultimate tool to ensure better patient engagement and achieve the best possible outcomes for patients and healthcare facilities.
Nabed, a healthcare innovation company focused on supporting patients and healthcare providers at the point of care, launches the largest educational video library in both, English and Arabic languages. This library, which is the first of its kind in the Arab world, is the result of 5 years of continuous work aimed to provide visual materials that accompany patients step by step throughout their journey.
The National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics displays Nabed’s TV Channel to Educate Patients
The Middle Eastern and North African region has the second highest rate of increase in diabetes globally, and the number of people with diabetes projected to increase by 96.2% in 2035. With the strong presence of this disease in our region, Health care facilities are becoming more aware of the importance to provide the diabetic community with the best services possible, to help them manage their condition. In this context, the National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics in Jordan, has collaborated with Nabed, to raise patients’ awareness and to guide them towards taking well-informed decisions regarding their medical condition.
World Diabetes Day is marked every year on 14 November. This year, the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) focused on the importance of technology in providing healthcare to diabetic patients. In this context, DHA selected international companies to take part in “World Diabetes Day- Advances in Diabetes” event, which was held in Dubai Future Accelerators (DFA), Emirates Towers.
“Your Health with NABED” programs are now available in Saudi Arabian Airlines.
In order to improve healthcare in the Arab world, Nabed signed a partnership with Al Khalidi Hospital in Jordan which is one of the most renowned hospitals in the region.
In order to spread awareness outside the routine medical visits, Nabed launched Nabed ConsumerPrograms in many libraries and pharmacies around Lebanon.