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|Title:||A Study on the Challenges in UAE Healthcare Organization|
|Authors:||Al Jaberi, Ameera Ahmed|
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
|Publisher:||The British University in Dubai (BUiD)|
|Abstract:||Purpose The purpose of the study was to investigate the effectiveness of strategies adopted by government and private regulatory authorities to help ensure the smooth and successful execution of IT projects in the healthcare sector. Methodology The research is conducted on exploratory research design and realism research philosophy. The research strategy which is used in gathering data related to the strategies adopted by the UAE government and regulatory authorities to help ensure smooth and successful execution of healthcare projects was the survey. It helped to collect the data from respondents through several questions aimed to collect answers to achieve the objective of research. Significance The research, based on investigative study, explored effectiveness of strategies adopted by government and private regulatory authorities to help ensure the smooth and successful execution of IT projects in the healthcare sector. The research has potential to enhance the understanding about the loopholes present in the execution of IT projects by both government and regulatory authorities. The research carries immense importance for both students as well as professionals. The findings of the research can help the policy makers to revise their policies and to manage weaknesses in the execution of IT projects. Results According to the findings of the research, government should ensure that proper healthcare facilities are available to the rich and the poor including their precautionary medicines as well as their treatment in case of any medical conditions. The results of the study further explored that there are certain loopholes in the healthcare management due to which the execution of IT projects is affected.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dissertations for Project Management (PM)|
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