NDMC to introduce e-Health system in hospitals, dispensaries

NDMC vice-chairperson Karan Singh Tanwar said the council had decided to develop a state-of-art MRI and CT Scan facilities on public-private partnership model at the Charak Palika Hospital.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: October 11, 2016 3:13 am
e health, e health system, ndmc, ndmc hospitals, smart healthcare services, health care, e hospital, internet medication, indian express news, india news NDMC had introduced cloud based e-hospital management information system in collaboration with NIC, the first of its kind in the country in a government setup.

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is set to introduce e-Health system in its hospitals and dispensaries by the end of this month to provide smart healthcare services, NDMC chairman Naresh Kumar said Monday after laying the foundation stone of an additional block of Charak Palika Hospital at Moti Bagh.

He said NDMC had introduced cloud based e-hospital management information system in collaboration with NIC, the first of its kind in the country in a government setup.

He added that the additional block of Charak Palika Hospital having all facilities consisting of pathology-cum-biochemistry lab with scope of incorporate microbiology for specialised investigations, among others, would be constructed at a cost of Rs 7 crore within a period of one year.

NDMC vice-chairperson Karan Singh Tanwar said the council had decided to develop a state-of-art MRI and CT Scan facilities on public-private partnership model at the Charak Palika Hospital.

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