A recap to Aimedis exhibition at Arab Health 2022

Overview

From 20th January, our team was present at full force in Dubai UAE to prepare for Arab Health. The well-known healthcare fair is a big annual event organized in Dubai. It hosts more than +3000 international companies that come every year to exhibit and discover the latest technology and innovations in the field, exchange expertise, discuss and execute business partnerships.

In this article, we will take you on tour with us to get complete insights into how our exhibition was and the highlights of every exhibition day.

A timeline overview of our exhibition:

1- The first day, 24th January

We launched the Booth and prepared the first in-person experience of the virtual hospital. We welcomed our visitors, presented the virtual hospital structure, and helped them try the interface using the 3D Goggles, which grabbed considerable attention and interest amongst Arab Health exhibitors and visitors.

The CEO’s presentation in the main hall

Our CEO Michael J Kaldasch gave a speech in the main hall about big data in healthcare and how the blockchain can revolutionize the security and utility of healthcare data.

2- The second day, 25th January

The traffic started to peak at day#2, with more visitors coming thanks to the first-day publication and our CEO speech. We welcomed the company’s representatives, medical doctors, healthcare authority representatives, pharmaceutical companies, telemedicine, and more healthcare field experts and professionals.

3- The third day, 26th January

The first two days, many of our visitors showed interest in scheduling a meeting with our management board. We coordinated meetings and welcomed company representatives who discussed potential future partnerships with our management. We had a lot of successful and productive meetings with representatives and management boards of the biggest names in healthcare in the region, with a lot of promising partnerships discussed and agreed upon. We will announce so soon the official partnerships after the official agreements.

4- The fourth day, 27th January

Besides welcoming our beloved visitors and running the scheduled meetings, we started to visit other companies’ booths to introduce our solution and make more valuable connections on the last day of the exhibition.

A products-map overview to our exhibition

Generally, we presented our vision and solutions very well to all the visitors, with a focus on our main four products. Each product captured the interest of its specific targeted segment of users. We helped visitors navigate between the products of their interests and gave them an illustrative presentation on each one’s (objective and how it works). We can summarize our presented products at Arab health in the following scheme.

1- The e-Health platform for the medical ecosystem (Patients, doctors, and pharmacists).

2- The Hospital Information System

3- The Aimedis virtual hospital (metaverse)

4- The B2B medical and scientific NFTs marketplace (medical data NFTs)

Let’s navigate into the insights of each one as presented in the exhibition.

1- The e-Health platform for the medical ecosystem (Patients, doctors, and pharmacists).

Who’s got interested?

Medical service providers, especially clinics who have a base of long-term clients/patients and like the idea of the connectivity on the platform.

What specifically interested them? Why?

The concept of digital and portable patient information and the functionality of communication with patients remotely.

What were their most frequently asked questions?

- They inquired about the ability to integrate the e-prescription model in the platform, which is already added and ready to utilize

What were their concerns?

The apps being registered in the local authorities, many of our visitors noted that they might need the app to be registered locally first by health authorities to be used, which is on our radar now. We will start the registration process by communicating with the local authorities to register the eHealth application for our potential users.

2- The Hospital Information System

Who’s got interested?

Hospital chains and hospitals, practices and doctors.

What specifically interested them? Why?

The advanced user interface and the whole new functionalities. They also came with a list of pain points of their current HIS system, which they shared with our Chief Technical Officer. This successful communication will be translated into development to the system in the next few months to deliver the solution our clients need in their new HIS system.

What were their most frequently asked questions?

Is our Hospital Information System module-based? And if yes, how far can they customize it?

3- The Aimedis virtual hospital (metaverse)

Who’s got interested?

The Virtual Hospital was the superstar of the exhibition. Visitors came across to try it the entire four days and were amazed by the idea and the demo. The demo was ready for testing by users at our Booth with the 3D Goggles. And the feedbacks were fabulous.

What specifically interested them? Why?

They were interested in learning about the concept and how it could potentially benefit their business. Also, they were interested in testing the patient’s interface and knowing the patient’s journey as a user to know how their client’s experience would be if they offered it.

What were their most frequently asked questions?

“Are the Goggles necessary to use?”

Can they start telemedicine service in the virtual hospital?

And the answer was yes. The system is specifically designed to mimic a telemedicine model but in a virtual environment, introducing a new telecommunication paradigm.

What did surprise us concerning the Virtual Hospital inquiries?

The fact that we received applications from medical doctors to be featured in the virtual hospital directly in the Booth. Doctors who stopped by us showed interest in being featured directly as service providers in the virtual hospital, which signals a significant adoption of the idea.

4- The B2B medical and scientific NFTs marketplace (medical data NFTs)

Who’s got interested?

Medical Service providers who have years in the market and got huge un-utilized data.

What specifically interested them? Why?

The concept of the data utilization and the financial opportunity of monetizing a large base of un-utilized data which are set for years without usage.

What were their most frequently asked questions?

What are the NFTs? How do they work? How does the transaction get tracked on the blockchain? The security of the system, the validation of data, the transaction fees, on what blockchain the NFTs marketplace will operate? The AIMx token utilization inside the marketplace. And the chances of using FIAT currencies inside the system, how to exchange FIAT to AIMx, and much more.

Conclusion

Arab Health was the right place and time to be present at this phase of the project’s progress. We had an excellent opportunity to spread the idea and communicate our solutions to the healthcare industry, which was achieved well in the four days of the exhibition. We learned more about the healthcare industry’s needs and problems. We had great potential partnerships, which are currently in good progress. We will announce soon the official partnerships we have. And of course, we are planning to be there on a regular basis every year.

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