Central government health centers will be connected via digital mode Here is everything you need to know


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav pandey
Updated Wed Nov 10 2021 10:40 pm IST

Summary

The central government is going to digitally connect all its health centers. Read in this report what changes will come in health services and what will be the benefits of this move of the Center.

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The central government has decided to connect all its health centers through digital media. With this movement, all hospitals, laboratories, pharmacy and radiology health centers in the center will be registered in the Register of Digital Health Facilities. All the regular and temporary doctors who work in these will also be registered. After this arrangement, the digital details of all the work done here will be available.

The Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written a letter to the secretaries of all central government departments and hospital directors regarding this. In this letter, it has been requested to bring all health services in digital medium as soon as possible. An official from the Ministry of Health said that this decision was made within the framework of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched this mission on September 27.

Under this system, NIC (National Center for Informatics) has developed a software called ‘E Sushruta’ to maintain digital records of hospitals and patients. Dr. Praveen Gaidan from the National Health Authority has been appointed as its Mission Director. Along with central health institutions, the National Health Authority is also in talks with state governments to bring their hospitals to the digital medium.

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The central government has decided to connect all its health centers through digital media. With this movement, all hospitals, laboratories, pharmacy and radiology health centers in the center will be registered in the Register of Digital Health Facilities. All the regular and temporary doctors who work in these will also be registered. After this arrangement, the digital details of all the work done here will be available.

The Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has written a letter to the secretaries of all central government departments and hospital directors regarding this. In this letter, it has been requested to bring all health services in digital medium as soon as possible. An official from the Ministry of Health said that this decision was made within the framework of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched this mission on September 27.

Under this system, NIC (National Center for Informatics) has developed a software called ‘E Sushruta’ to maintain digital records of hospitals and patients. Dr. Praveen Gaidan from the National Health Authority has been appointed as its Mission Director. Along with central health institutions, the National Health Authority is also in talks with state governments to bring their hospitals to the digital medium.


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