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This presentation was made to MAYO Clinic at Rochester , Minnesotta, USA in April 2008

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    • The Healthcare Outlook of U.A.E The Healthcare Outlook of U.A.E Past , Present & Future Dr Harish Pillai, MBBS, MHM, MBA Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  1 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Agenda • Country Profile y • Historical mile stones • Current scenario • Challenges • Recommendations Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  2 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Country Profile Country Profile 7 Gulf Emirates became a federation –U.A.E in 2nd December 1971  • The supreme council has the rulers of all emirates as members • The ruler of Abu Dhabi is the President and the ruler of Dubai is the Vice  • President and Prime Minister Constitution was adopted in 1971 • Population‐ 4.49 million [2005 cenus]; 73.9% of the population in the age  • group of 15 64 yrs is non national as per 2007 estimates group of 15‐64 yrs is non national as per 2007 estimates Population Growth rate‐ 3.997% • Sex Ratio‐ 2.19 Male/female[ 2.74 ] Male/female in the age band of 15‐64  • yrs] Life expectancy‐ 75.69 years • GDP per capita [PPP]‐ USD 55,200 • GDP growth rate‐ 8.5% • Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  3 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Economic Profile Economic Profile *UAE is the world’s 4th largest oil producer Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  4 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Health care expenses  Health care expenses • Total expenditure on health as percentage of gross  domestic product ‐2.9 (2004)  • General government expenditure on health as  percentage of total expenditure on health  69.9 (2004)  percentage of total expenditure on health ‐69.9 (2004) • Private expenditure on health as percentage of total  expenditure on health ‐ 30.1 (2004)  • S il Social security expenditure on health as percentage of  it dit h lth t f general government expenditure on health ‐ 0.0 (2004)  • Out‐of‐pocket expenditure as percentage of private  p p p g p expenditure on health ‐71.00 (2004) • Private prepaid plans as percentage of private  expenditure on health  18.4 (2004) expenditure on health ‐18 4 (2004) Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  5 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Milestones Population growth Milestones‐Population growth Growth & Distribution (1972-2005) 4,500,000 Total 4,000,000 Males 3,500,000 Females Total Population 3,000,000 2,500,000 P 2,000,000 2 000 000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 Year Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  6 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Milestones Decrease in infant mortality Milestones‐Decrease in infant mortality Infant Mortality Rate 180 Low Income Middle Income High Income UAE 150 145 tality 1000 Live Births 120 120 114 98 90 87 77 69 63 60 58 Mort 46 35 33 30 26 21 13 9 6 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Year I960‐ UAE was amongst the 10 nations with the highest infant mortality rates 2000‐ Infant mortality rates comparable to North America and  Western Europe 2000 Infant mortality rates comparable to North America and Western Europe Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  7 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Milestones Increase in Life expectancy Milestones‐ Increase in Life expectancy Life Expectancy at Birth 85 Low Income Middle Income High Income UAE 76 75 72 70 68 67 67 66 Years of Life 65 64 63 61 59 59 57 55 53 52 45 39 35 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Year Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  8 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Milestones Investments in infrastructure Milestones‐Investments in infrastructure Development Planning (1991-2005) 4,500 12000 4,000 Population 3,500 Total Beds 10000 9500 3,000 Population '000' omplement 8500 8100 2,500 7700 8000 7300 2,000 2 000 Bed Co 6786 6690 6682 6682 6835 6835 6900 6900 6605 1,500 6107 6000 1,000 500 1,870 1,978 2,093 2,214 2,411 2,480 2,627 2,781 2,938 3,125 3,309 3,511 3,722 3,948 4,188 - 4000 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Year Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  9 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Reasons for Progress in Healthcare Reasons for Progress in Healthcare Universal services: Housing;  Universal services: Housing; Potable water & Good  Rapid economic growth Sanitation ; Electricity; Food  supply Quality  Healthcare lh Primary, Secondary & Tertiary  Education care services Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  10 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Historical Transition in Disease  Prevalence l Communicable Diseases Nutritional & Peri‐natal  Diseases Non communicable &  Degenerative g Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  11 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • New Health Issues causes of mortality New Health Issues‐ causes of mortality Cardiovascular‐ 28.7% Oncology ‐8.6% ;  Diabetes‐3%% Accidents &  Injuries‐15% Burden of Disease Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  12 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Healthcare Overview Healthcare Overview • Healthcare services offered by 6 different authorities: 1. Ministry of Health‐ manages 22 hospitals & 88 PHC’s all over UAE 2. General Authority of Health, Abu Dhabi‐ established in 2001 to  manage hospitals & PHC’s in the emirate of Abu Dhabi h l& ’ h f b hb 3. Army Directorate of Medical Services runs 3 hospitals & several  field clinics 4. 4 Department of Health & Medical Services‐ D b i t bli h d i D t t f H lth & M di l S i Dubai‐established in  1972 manages 4 hospitals and 20 PHC’s in the emirate of Dubai 5. Dubai Health Care City‐ established in 2002 is an autonomous  entity with 3 clusters: University Medical complex; Medical ;  entity with 3 clusters: University Medical complex; Medical ; Wellness  6. Private sector Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  13 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Healthcare delivery systems in 2005 Healthcare delivery systems in 2005 • 1971‐ 7 hospitals with 700 beds • 2005‐ 62 hospitals with 9500 beds [ average occupancy levels range from 57‐ 92% ] • 22 private hospitals with 827 beds and 1019 private clinics 22 private hospitals with 827 beds and 1019 private clinics • 109 primary health care centers • 11 centers for school health that supervise 642 school 11 centers for school health that supervise 642  school  clinics • 9 centers for preventive medicine • 12 12 centers for maternal & child health tf t l & hild h lth • 6948 physicians and 14,028 nurses Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  14 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Challenges Organization  of  Health  Human  Health  Financing Resources Education d Healthcare  lh services Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  15 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Recommendations Promote private  National Social  National insurance  investments in  Insurance Model with  regulatory authority &  g y y healthcare‐ encourage  healthcare encourage employer, employee &  Private insurance  public‐private  state  models partnerships National & Regional  GCC open healthcare  Health Planning Body Health Planning Body market  market Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  16 USA‐ 30th April 2008
    • Q & A Q&A • Thank you Presentation to Mayo Clinic, Rochester ,  17 USA‐ 30th April 2008