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Kuwait and Qatar Healthcare Market Overview | Your Computer | May 16, 2022 

May 03, 2022

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Kuwait and Qatar Webinar

Our Healthcare Technologies “Market Snapshots” series continues with focus on current healthcare technologies updates, initiatives, hurdles and opportunities in markets around the world! 

On May 16, we will discuss how the COVID-19 Pandemic was a catalyst for an already booming IT health market in the Middle East. This year alone, the global market for health tech is estimated at $276.8 billion. By 2026, the market is projected to reach $484 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 15.1% over the analysis period, according to Global Industry Analysts. Speakers will include Yousif Almahdi, U.S. Embassy Kuwait City; Anissa Lahreche, U.S. Embassy Doha; and private sector experts to discuss the rising demand for better healthcare services in the region, and global advancements in medical technologies which have opened a number of opportunities for health IT organizations to tap into this sector.

These sessions will not be recorded, so please plan to join us live.

  • Registration deadline: Monday, May 16 at 8:00am ET
  • Where: Online
  • Cost: Free

For more information, please contact [email protected]


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