ESKADENIA at Arab Health Exhibition


Under the umbrella of the Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (int@j), ESKADENIA Software exhibited at the Arab Health 2015; the largest healthcare congress and exhibition in the Middle East. ESKADENIA Software was located within The Jordan Healthcare ICT Taskforce pavilion in Hall 6, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, UAE, from January 26th till 29th 2015.

The ESKADENIA Software stand attracted many visitors from different regions, as direct customers and channel partners were exposed to a range of ESKADENIA’s seamlessly integrated Healthcare Software products (ESKADENIA® CareNet) aimed at regional and international Healthcare markets. ESKADENIA® CareNet is a web-based Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Medical Practice Management System that simplifies medical practice in an integrated, flexible and optimal manner. The system provides secure access from any location to effectively address medical practice and management from financial, administrative, and clinical perspectives.

The ESKADENIA Software team held live demonstrations to display the innovative Healthcare system, which consists of multiple modules aimed at medical providers and managers such as: Hospital Inpatient Management, Doctors’ Portal, Dentists’ Portal, Patients’ Portal, Physiotherapy Management, Pharmacy Management, Laboratory Management, Radiology Management, Nurses Logs, Reception Management, Mobile Apps and supported with cohesive products through integration with  Enterprise’s Financial System, HR Management System, Inventory as well as ESKADENIA’s Medical Insurance System.

Mr. Nael Salah, Managing Director of ESKADENIA Software, said: “We are glad for the very positive feedback we received on the ESKADENIA CareNet System which is a comprehensive software product that automates health care processes at hospitals, polyclinics, clinics, pharmacies, Laboratory, and Radiology Centres and the interactions of Health Providers with Insurance Companies, regulators and the public.”