Meeza, the managed IT services centre, has partnered with Droobi Health as its strategic IT provider.
In a statement yesterday, Meeza said it will develop an end-to-end IT infrastructure that will host Droobi Health’s online portal and mobile application as part of its digital care programme.
The new capabilities will facilitate the easy exchange of information between patients and healthcare providers, making a significant contribution to the digital transformation of healthcare in Qatar, the statement notes.
The exclusive partnership leverages Meeza’s expertise in providing state-of-the-art data centre services, private and hybrid networks and 24/7 monitoring facilities to build a comprehensive hosting solution for Droobi Health.
This includes provisioning of web hosting infrastructure and supplemental support services that account for the critical need for security in managing healthcare data.
Droobi Health, a leading digital therapeutic solution provider in the Middle East, uses clinically proven programmes to aid patients in managing their health conditions.
With the digital care programme, people living with chronic conditions such as diabetes can access quality medical care in a timely and accurate manner, easing the pressure on healthcare systems.
Ahmad al-Muslemani, acting CEO at Meeza, said: “We are excited to embark on a new journey with Droobi Health as its strategic IT provider of choice. The digital care programme reimagines the way in which we access healthcare, paving the path toward digital transformation in the sector. Through this partnership, we will work closely with Droobi Health to provide a complete hosting solution that ensures data security, offers robust IT services and promises scalability in the future.”
Racha Zarzour, acting CEO at Droobi Health, added: “Now, individuals with chronic illnesses can receive medical care that is expedited, and healthcare providers can make use of a host of digital tools that facilitate efficiency and optimise the costs of medical care programmes. Core to the success of our programme is the protection of data. With Meeza on board, we can trust that the Droobi Health digital care programme is in safe hands.”
Meeza’s work furthers Qatar’s role as a regional hub and key contributor to the technological development of the region. By joining hands with Droobi Health, the solutions provider will bolster digitisation in the healthcare sector toward a knowledge-based economy in line with Qatar National Vision 2030, the statement adds.
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