German multinational conglomerate-owned Siemens Healthineers and Saudi Arabia-based Medical care services provider SAJAYA Healthcare Services Company has signed a Supply and Partnership agreement to provide the largest integrated diagnostic services and specialized home care.
The partnership is considered the largest of its kind in the Saudi private market as the size of the deal in the first phase of the network expansion reaches up to $43331.34 million.
The medical startup company SAJAYA healthcare company is focused on offering the highest standards of health services by relying on the latest medical technologies and cutting-edge electronic applications.
With the new partnership with Siemens Healthineers, SAJAYA will be able to provide the state of art diagnostic services across Saudi Arabia within the next two years.
The agreement has a significant role in accomplishing the Saudi Arabia Vision 2030, as it focuses on the application of the latest technologies in the healthcare sector. It also includes in its scope Research & Development (R&D), and Corporate & Social Responsibility activities (CSR) besides Continuous Medical and Executive Management Education.
SAJAYA has adopted a new model in providing specialized services in Home HealthCare, such as physical therapy, ICU and addiction management. Supported by providing advanced diagnostic centers on a large scale. Additionally, the model will include centers for preventive medicine, early disease detection, quality of life medicine, sleep disorders, and early detection of genetic diseases and cancers.
The SAJAYA network is adopting the latest technology including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and integrated EMR. The company aims to make further alliances in the field of healthcare data, AI and medical operations as well as manufacturing.