SCAI & Lean partner to develop AI solutions for Saudi healthcare sector

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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The Saudi Company for Artificial Intelligence (SCAI), wholly-owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), has signed an agreement with the leading provider of healthcare management solutions Lean in order to explore the development of AI-powered solutions for the healthcare sector in the Kingdom.

Under the terms of the agreement, the two parties will collaborate on taking AI-driven technologies to the next level to deliver innovative healthcare solutions.

Eng. Ayman AlRashed, CEO of SCAI stated that, “As a leading developer of resilient AI solutions, SCAI seeks to strengthen the role of Big Data in creating smarter, technology-based economic sectors that enhance the quality of living across the kingdom and directly support the objectives of Vision 2030.”

According to the statement, SCAI is committed to actively shaping the next generation of AI applications and offering innovative solutions to meet global challenges for a more sustainable future.

With far-reaching partnerships and diverse investments, the company serves as a catalyst for Saudi Arabia’s AI ecosystem with the goal of securing the kingdom’s position as a globally competitive hub for cutting-edge technology.

Eng. Mohanned AlRasheed, CEO of Lean, said that the collaboration with SCAI reflects the two companies’ shared commitments to serve the healthcare sector nationwide through sustainable projects and services driven by public-private partnerships.

“Lean actively supports and empowers transformation across the healthcare sector through innovative e-services, data-driven solutions, and improved processes, harnessing the power of AI for improved access to high-quality healthcare. These endeavors are fully aligned with the transformation targets of the kingdom’s Vision 2030,” Eng. AlRasheed added.

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