Middle East UAE Health Ministry to Reduce Administrative Time by 80 Percent with...
Friday, November 09, 2012

The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health wanted to improve the delivery of healthcare services to its 8 million citizens. Working in partnership with ITWorx and Etisalat, the ministry is developing a new website and e-services based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. By modernizing its systems, the ministry expects to improve its immunization services, better track infectious diseases, and reduce the time spent on processing applications by 80 percent.

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