The Project: Kuwait

Psyched With Dr. D : Sihaty.care With Dr. Nadeem AlDuaij CEO and Founder of The One Stop Medical App Here in The GCC

February 18, 2021 Mahdi Al Oun,Dr.Juliet Dinkha, Dr.Nadeem AlDuaij Season 1 Episode 222
The Project: Kuwait
Psyched With Dr. D : Sihaty.care With Dr. Nadeem AlDuaij CEO and Founder of The One Stop Medical App Here in The GCC
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The Project: Kuwait
Psyched With Dr. D : Sihaty.care With Dr. Nadeem AlDuaij CEO and Founder of The One Stop Medical App Here in The GCC
Feb 18, 2021 Season 1 Episode 222
Mahdi Al Oun,Dr.Juliet Dinkha, Dr.Nadeem AlDuaij

 

Episode - Sa7aty with nadeem AlDUAIJ

Thu, 2/18 8:49PM • 1:02:53

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

kuwait, doctors, people, patient, providers, health, hospital, problem, consultations, urgent care, healthcare, system, licensed, care, app, based, saudi, region, private sector, mena region

 

00:00

You're now listening to the project to project to the project, where we stop at nothing to bring you the right backs on health, fitness and psychology, featuring some of the world's most experienced professionals. So you can learn and play with your hosts make dirty and messy. You know, you go to an orthopedic doctor, especially in the private sector, I went to one about my shoulder, three of them here in Kuwait. And they all said I needed surgery. And it was one doctor in the states who said, No, here's a cortisone shot, here's three months of rehab surgeries, your last resort, you should never do that at your age, unless it's absolutely needed. It's funny because here, you just go right under in the night, three doctors wanted to cut me open. You know, after the first physical,

 

00:46

we built our system based on secondary and tertiary care, meaning specialty care, right hospital care, we've put the hospital in the center of our health care system, which is the wrong thing to do. We are always ranked in the top five most diabetic and obese nations in the world, despite pouring billions every year into health care. But despite being building the biggest hospitals in the world, that doesn't work.

 

01:05

There's a lot of people still like no, I want to see you face to face. I figured you know, by the time they'll get into a crisis, they'll have to use me online. But the idea is, is that this sense of confidentiality, this sense of things I can tell you because it's online, this fear of I'm being recorded, I have to constantly remind them, it's not like that confidentiality secured, you're not going to be recorded. So yes, I think people need to just be comfortable with this is the way it is.

 

01:34

All this and more in today's episode. Hey, everybody, welcome to this episode of the project. And in this episode, dr. D is going to talk about how she almost failed me. But

 

01:44

more importantly, everyone knows I almost failed, you know, and then I passed you because I felt sorry for you. Seriously, I did. I was like you know you're crying you're begging?

 

01:55

Oh, that is no, that is not you. Let me introduce the guests that we're not listening to this again, go back to one of the previous episodes you'll hear, we're gonna introduce the guest tonight's guest is someone that I gained a lot of respect for within the first 10 seconds of meeting him on zoom. He's the CEO of the Sati app application here in Kuwait. I believe you guys are based here in Kuwait. They deal with all things medical and psychological, which is something that we're definitely going to get into later. And the reason why this man went over my respect within the first 10 seconds of meeting him is because he said he did not like to be called doctor, I wish everyone in the Middle East would take that approach, instead of putting doctor on their credit cards, doctor on their air flight tickets. And mainly it's the people with PhDs is not true. That is so true is not true. No.

 

02:44

No, maybe because he is more Western. But most of the people in this part of the world, maybe then Diem can say that most of the people here the real doctors, not the PhDs, they really love their doctor title seriously. Hmm.

 

02:58

I agree, I think we have a we have a problem with hierarchy and egos in th

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Show Notes

 

Episode - Sa7aty with nadeem AlDUAIJ

Thu, 2/18 8:49PM • 1:02:53

SUMMARY KEYWORDS

kuwait, doctors, people, patient, providers, health, hospital, problem, consultations, urgent care, healthcare, system, licensed, care, app, based, saudi, region, private sector, mena region

 

00:00

You're now listening to the project to project to the project, where we stop at nothing to bring you the right backs on health, fitness and psychology, featuring some of the world's most experienced professionals. So you can learn and play with your hosts make dirty and messy. You know, you go to an orthopedic doctor, especially in the private sector, I went to one about my shoulder, three of them here in Kuwait. And they all said I needed surgery. And it was one doctor in the states who said, No, here's a cortisone shot, here's three months of rehab surgeries, your last resort, you should never do that at your age, unless it's absolutely needed. It's funny because here, you just go right under in the night, three doctors wanted to cut me open. You know, after the first physical,

 

00:46

we built our system based on secondary and tertiary care, meaning specialty care, right hospital care, we've put the hospital in the center of our health care system, which is the wrong thing to do. We are always ranked in the top five most diabetic and obese nations in the world, despite pouring billions every year into health care. But despite being building the biggest hospitals in the world, that doesn't work.

 

01:05

There's a lot of people still like no, I want to see you face to face. I figured you know, by the time they'll get into a crisis, they'll have to use me online. But the idea is, is that this sense of confidentiality, this sense of things I can tell you because it's online, this fear of I'm being recorded, I have to constantly remind them, it's not like that confidentiality secured, you're not going to be recorded. So yes, I think people need to just be comfortable with this is the way it is.

 

01:34

All this and more in today's episode. Hey, everybody, welcome to this episode of the project. And in this episode, dr. D is going to talk about how she almost failed me. But

 

01:44

more importantly, everyone knows I almost failed, you know, and then I passed you because I felt sorry for you. Seriously, I did. I was like you know you're crying you're begging?

 

01:55

Oh, that is no, that is not you. Let me introduce the guests that we're not listening to this again, go back to one of the previous episodes you'll hear, we're gonna introduce the guest tonight's guest is someone that I gained a lot of respect for within the first 10 seconds of meeting him on zoom. He's the CEO of the Sati app application here in Kuwait. I believe you guys are based here in Kuwait. They deal with all things medical and psychological, which is something that we're definitely going to get into later. And the reason why this man went over my respect within the first 10 seconds of meeting him is because he said he did not like to be called doctor, I wish everyone in the Middle East would take that approach, instead of putting doctor on their credit cards, doctor on their air flight tickets. And mainly it's the people with PhDs is not true. That is so true is not true. No.

 

02:44

No, maybe because he is more Western. But most of the people in this part of the world, maybe then Diem can say that most of the people here the real doctors, not the PhDs, they really love their doctor title seriously. Hmm.

 

02:58

I agree, I think we have a we have a problem with hierarchy and egos in th

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