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Criminal Liability: Medical Malpractice
In a recent case the Dubai Public Prosecution (‘DPP') charged a medical practitioner with malpractice.
Saudi Arabia
21 Dec 2018
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Expo 2020: Looking After The Health Needs Of The Population And Visitors
Expo 2020 aims to attract over 180 participating nations', multi-national as well as small and medium sized corporates, and millions of people into the United Arab Emirates ("UAE") ...
United Arab Emirates
23 Aug 2018
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Healthcare Service Fees Hike In Kuwait
Recently, almost two decades after the issuance of Law No. 1 of 1999 on foreign health insurance and the imposition of fees against medical services, the Ministry of Health decided to increase...
Kuwait
16 Jan 2018
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Why Musataha Agreements Are A Popular Property Right For The Healthcare Industry In Dubai And Abu Dhabi
Healthcare investors looking to develop hospital facilities in the UAE must consider how they will acquire the land to build their facilities and what type of property rights to acquire.
United Arab Emirates
16 Jan 2018
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Licensing Requirements And Restrictions For Hospitals In The MENA Region: Challenges & Opportunities
Establishing a hospital in the MENA region or investing into an existing medical facility is of significant interest for investors globally.
Saudi Arabia
15 Jan 2018
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Health Insurance For The Private Sector In Oman
Under the current provisions of Omani labour law (the "Labour Law") private sector employers are required to provide medical facilities to their expatriate employees working in Oman.
Oman
15 Jan 2018
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Cosmetic Clinics Regulations Get A Nip And Tuck: Recent Updates To The Licensing Of Cosmetic Clinics In Jordon
In an era where picture-perfect images of flawless men and women flash before our eyes constantly, the pressure of maintaining a perfect appearance is mounting in our society.
Saudi Arabia
12 Jan 2018
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A New Regulation On Licensing Home Healthcare Institutions
A relatively new regulation has been introduced in Jordan, which is the Regulation for Licensing Home Healthcare Institutions No. 84 of 2016 (the ‘Regulation').
Saudi Arabia
12 Jan 2018
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Enabling Reproduction: IVF Legislation In The Kingdom Of Bahrain
Assisted reproductive (‘AR') technologies, including in vitro fertilization (‘IVF') to overcome infertility, are now widely available across the Middle East.
Bahrain
11 Jan 2018
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Bahrain Healthcare Accreditation Standards: Quality And Safety Weighed ‘Preciously'
Bahrain's National Health Regulatory Authority's (‘NHRA') directive to ensure safe and high quality delivery of healthcare has led the Supreme Council for Health to issue standards against which...
Bahrain
11 Jan 2018
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Egyptian Law On Promotion Of Healthcare Products And Services
In its attempt to protect consumers' health, Egypt has recently issued Law No. 206 of 2017 (the "Law") regulating the promotion of any healthcare goods and/or services.
Egypt
13 Dec 2017
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The Treatment Of Patients At End Of Life Stage: A GCC Overview
The sensitive subject-matter of how to determine the best course of action with regard to the treatment, or other options, for a patient who is reaching the end of their life, who may be terminally ill...
Worldwide
12 Dec 2017
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Joining Up The Dots… Saudi Healthcare Reform
Saudi Arabia's ambitious programme of social and economic renewal, Vision 2030 (announced in April 2016), has healthcare squarely in its sights.
Saudi Arabia
12 Dec 2017
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Accessibility: Disability And The Law
The Rights of Disabled Persons Law Number 20 of 2017 (the "Law"), effective from 30th August 2017, repeals and replaces the previous law issued in 2007.
Jordan
9 Nov 2017
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Telemedicine Has The Potential To Revolutionise The UAE's Healthcare Sector
The UAE's rapidly growing population, thriving tourism sector, and growing prevalence of lifestyle diseases are placing an increasing strain on medical institutions to provide quality healthcare to a growing number of patients.
United Arab Emirates
17 Jun 2015
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Implementing Regulations of Federal Law No. 10-2008 On Medical Malpractice
The Cabinet has approved the implementing regulations of Federal Law No. 10 of 2008 on Medical Malpractice pursuant to a decision that was issued by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and published in the local press on 19th December 2009.
United Arab Emirates
2 Apr 2010
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