With providing healthcare beyond hospitals at the heart of this partnership, Riyadh-based HoopoeView Ltd have become the first organisation to bring Clinitouch to the Middle East.
By using Clinitouch, our remote monitoring technology, medical professionals can track people’s health from anywhere, helping to provide better care outside of hospitals.
This new partnership aligns with the Saudi government’s Healthcare Sector Transformation Programme and ‘Vision 2030’ agenda, which is designed to ensure healthcare delivery is more comprehensive, effective, and integrated than ever before.
By giving patients access to Clinitouch, they can complete health questionnaires and input vital signs from home, providing real-time remote symptom monitoring that helps to improve access to care, minimise clinical overcrowding and reduce strain on hospitals.
This partnership will see us work alongside HoopoeView Ltd and clinicians in the Middle East to design dedicated pathways to meet the needs of both patients and clinicians in Saudi Arabia.
This partnership was officially announced last week at Arab Health in Dubai, with senior representatives from HoopoeView and Clinitouch coming together to sign contracts. With support from our friends at the UK’s Department for Business and Trade, this marked a special moment for our team.
It is clear that ours and HoopoeView’s missions are aligned. Their expertise and passion for improving healthcare through digital health tech makes them a brilliant fit for our Partner Program.
Speaking at the ceremony, Musleh Alchalabi, CEO at HoopoeView, said: “We're thrilled to officially collaborate with Clinitouch.
"This partnership marks the beginning of a journey filled with innovation and shared commitment to advancing healthcare.
"Special thanks to the Clinitouch team for their dedication and effort. We’re looking forward to making a lasting impact together.”
Bruce Adams, Commercial Director at Clinitouch, added: “I am thrilled to announce our first partnership in the Middle East with HoopoeView. We’ve been impressed with the team’s passion to make a massive impact on patient care through innovative health technology. This is a hugely exciting opportunity to help patients in Saudi Arabia across multiple health conditions and I am looking forward to seeing the first projects take shape.”
Dr. Aphrodite Spanou, Director for Healthcare, Life Sciences & Chemicals, at the UK’s Department for International Trade (DBT), commented:
“Coming together is progress, but actually working together is a success and this is what we are witnessing here.
"This is a future partnership that will include many successes and I’m delighted on behalf of the DBT and Healthcare UK to see it progress.”
The launch of our global Partner Program has now seen Clinitouch launched into 12 countries, designing digital health projects across five continents. This announcement follows our recent launches across the UK, India and Namibia, with more partners being announced very soon.
If you’re interested in learning more or joining our Partner Program, visit our Partner Program page.