The UAE’s Thriving Health-Tech Scene

In May, startup Curacel Health pitched its cloud-based electronic medical record system to potential VC funders and development partners. But Curacel isn’t in the same situation as most health-tech startups: It’s a Nigerian company that’s been thriving in a health-tech startup accelerator ecosystem that is emerging in Dubai, in the UAE. That ecosystem is one element of the UAE’s increasingly strong profile in healthcare, thanks to strong governmental support, an international culture, deep-pocketed investors and a growing list of public and private health facilities built to U.S. standards. Emirati ruler...

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