The healthcare and life sciences sectors are going through their most transformative phase in the Middle East and across the world. As the industry is building new business models driven by innovation and technology to embrace the digital transformation, new challenges and risks have arisen, impacting all areas in the sector. As a result the rules and regulations for the sector, which is heavily regulated, are consistently and rapidly changing, therefore as a local law firm we have a distinct advantage as our local advocates and court clerks are well-placed to keep up to date with these changes.
The issues facing the healthcare industry cross many sectors which our multifaceted team are in the best position to handle. We routinely deal with matters such as data privacy and IP issues, regulatory concerns, M&A and joint venture strategies. Our team advise on the structuring and restructuring of hospitals and clinics, as well as the day-to-day operations including labour matters, contract and agreement review and due diligence. Our dedicated medical malpractice arm offers patients and healthcare providers years of expertise in the sector.
For life science organisations, understanding the changes and their implications is fundamental to ensure a successful future. The Galadari healthcare team has a combined expertise of a strong sector focus knowledge, and excellent legal expertise. Whether dealing with data, regulatory matters, or technology, we provide the sector with an analytical and practical outlook, helping stakeholders delivering their projects successfully. A relatively new concept in the region is e-health, at Galadari however, our Healthcare practice is highly accomplished and up to date with the latest trends. The healthcare industry, like every industry, is concerned with rising costs. Therefore, our team advise clients, including healthcare providers and vendors, how to reduce these through the implementation of e-health, from updating equipment to web-based prescriptions, bill payments and appointment trackers.