Relief from queues in hospitals if registration is done from home

  • Patients’ treatment will be tracked through portal
  • Deputy Chief Minister Rajendra Shukla reviews concept note

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Deputy Chief Minister Rajendra Shukla has said that the HMIS portal will speed up the work of medical services. Patients will be able to register from home through this portal.

Also, tracking of patient facilities, health profile and treatment will prove effective in preventing leakage of resources. On Monday, he was reviewing the concept note of HMIS portal in Mantralaya Vallabh Bhawan for digitization of the delivery system of medical services. Earlier, Additional Chief Secretary Health and Medical Education Mohammad Suleman, Principal Secretary Vivek Kumar Porwal gave information about the HMIS portal. The digitized system of the portal will improve patient flow and services in hospitals. The relationship between the patient and the hospital will become better, transparent, comfortable and reliable. In this review meeting, Commissioner Public Health and Medical Education Tarun Pithode, Additional Commissioner Medical Education Dr. Pankaj Jain and senior officials of Health and Medical Education Department were present.

There will be no queues in hospitals

He said that patients will be able to register from home through the HMIS portal. Crowd-free prescriptions can also be made in the hospital. The use of ABHA will save time of patients. The doctor can be seen directly through a completely digital system supported by U management and token display system.

Citizens can see health records

Shukla said that citizens will be able to view their health records and reports online, giving them access to their data anywhere and anytime. Patients will be able to show their records to any hospital in India, which will provide the benefits of portability through electronic health records. The referral system will be strengthened due to a completely paperless system, which will provide better and faster health services.

Citizens can get remote consultation through telemedicine. Its provision is also included in the concept note.

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