In Dubai, authorities have conducted 'remote' inspections of health facilities to verify adherence to licensing standards. The adoption of smart tools has significantly reduced the time and effort required, allowing transactions to be completed within a day, as opposed to the previous five days needed for field inspections. During the initial quarter of 2024, 615 health facilities underwent inspection, with 70% of these inspections carried out remotely using the Rased smart system. The Rased system enables DHA staff to interact with personnel in healthcare facilities to either provide necessary services or conduct inspections. This system, integrated with the Sheryan system, equips health inspectors with the capability to immediately evaluate the status, type, classification, licensing, tasks, and compliance of healthcare facilities, ensuring they meet the licensing conditions set by the Dubai Health Authority (DHA). The Rased system monitors over 5000 healthcare facilities in Dubai and approximately 60,000 healthcare professionals, leveraging advanced technology. It employs a methodology that ensures quality practices, aligning with DHA's commitment to human-centric healthcare services. Faris Al Mazmi, Director of the Clinical Audit and Control Department at DHA’s Health Regulation Sector, emphasized the strategic partnership with the private medical sector to maintain high-quality services, comply with health requirements, and boost regional and global competitiveness, positioning Dubai as a key player in medical tourism. Al Mazmi also commended the private medical sector's cooperation in adhering to DHA-approved licensing standards and their alignment with international healthcare developments.