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Egyptian e-Health startup, Rology has bought Arkan United, a Saudi company


Rology has bought Arkan United, a teleradiology company based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Rology is the market leader in teleradiology in the MENA area.

Amr AboDraiaa, Moaaz Hossam, Mahmoud Eldefrawy, and Bassam Khallaf started Rology in October 2017 to help with the lack of doctors worldwide.

Rology has made a cloud-based tool that matches patients with radiologists who are far away.

Radiologists can now work from anywhere worldwide with a laptop and an internet link. This is made possible by the startup’s technology, which hospitals and radiologists can use with little cost to set up.

We’re happy to say we’ve bought Arkan to provide medical services in Saudi Arabia. With this purchase, we can move faster toward bringing the latest innovations in teleradiology to healthcare workers and patients in the kingdom and around the world Rology CEO Amr Abodriaa says that by combining Rology’s cutting-edge technology and network with Arkan’s well-known knowledge, we’ll be able to change the field of teleradiology and improve patient care in ways that have never been done before.

“Rology had the people and the disruptive solution that the Saudi healthcare system needed,” said Tarik Baeshen, CEO of Arkan.

Baeshen said, “I’m proud of what Arkan has done for healthcare in the kingdom, and I’m excited to see Rology take it one step further.”

Rology got a pre-Series A round of funding in April to help it grow in the Middle East and Africa. With the purchase of Arkan United, it is now moving into Saudi Arabia, which has the most significant healthcare sector in the region. 


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