You wait for hours in long lines in a government hospital to get the OPD form made and to see the doctor.At that time you must have imagined that when it will happen when you will be able to get treatment easily.Now, this fantasy of yours is going to be proved true.Delhiites are soon going to get relief from waiting in long lines for treatment in government hospitals.
The Delhi Cabinet, chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday, approved a budget of Rs 139.80 crore for the implementation of the Health Card and Health Information Management System (HIMS) project.The contract for the completion of the project will be awarded to NEC Corporation India Private Limited.
CM Kejriwal has said that all the hospitals of Delhi are being brought on one platform.Private hospitals will also be included in these in a phased manner.With this system, people will get information about vacant beds, medicines, staff and ventilators etc. in hospitals with a single click on mobile.People will be able to take appointments on the phone itself.
Survey for e-health card
People do not have to make rounds of hospitals and offices to get their e-health cards, for this the government will conduct a survey across Delhi so that every citizen can get his e-health card made.The cards will also be generated at hospitals and other dedicated centers.The cards will be distributed through the door-to-door campaign.
Delhi to have cloud based health management system
All patient care related services like hospital administration, budgeting and planning, supply chain management, back service and procedures will be brought under this system.This will enable the people of Delhi to get all the information under one roof and provide immediate help in case of emergency.After its implementation, Delhi will become the only state in the country to have a cloud based health management system.
Category: India: Delhi