Booz Allen Hamilton

Middle East

Steeped in history and rich in cultural diversity, Booz Allen Hamilton’s Middle East office offers much to staff. Our regional office is located in Abu Dhabi, the second largest city in the United Arab Emirates.

Abu Dhabi has exciting amenities typical of a cosmopolitan metropolis and also features well maintained parks, gardens, and public beaches along its eye-catching Persian Gulf coastline.

From this regional office Booz Allen serves commercial, civilian, defense, and intelligence clients in areas including, but not limited to, Cybersecurity, engineering & operations, analytics, and strategy & organization.

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From Prevention to Prediction… Welcome to Healthcare in the Digital Age

Booz Allen Hamilton Healthcare expert Emile Salhab and technology expert Atif Kureishy say innovative, digital intelligence can now allow GCC Governments to predict – and combat – public health risks.

Booz Allen Hamilton Announces Major Expansion in MENA Region

Global Strategy and Technology Consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton today announced a significant expansion of its Middle East North Africa (MENA) presence, growing its experienced senior leadership team with five new partners to offer a strong combination of strategy consulting and digital expertise.  Booz Allen Hamilton will deliver services across the region spanning North Africa, the Gulf Cooperation Council States, the Levant and Turkey.

Getting To The Big Healthcare Transformation In Big Data

In this bylined article, Atif Kureishy comments on the use of Big Data in the Health field
Arab Health

Danny Karam

Vice President

Booz Allen Hamilton Vice President Danny Karam leads the firm's Middle East North Africa’s (MENA) digital and smart cities portfolio, serving clients, in the private and public sectors. 


Booz Allen Experts Share Views on Big Data and Health Care in Health Affairs Special Issue

Booz Allen principal Joachim Roski and vice president Tim Andrews have co-authored “Creating Value In Health Care Through Big Data: Opportunities And Policy Implications,” an article that appears in the July special issue of Health Affairs, the leading peer-reviewed journal of health policy thought and research. George W. Bo-Linn, a senior advisor at Alvarez & Marsal's Improvement Division also contributed to the piece.  
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