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OeHMIS For Hospitals


Health and Family Welfare Minister Naba Kishore Das today said all the Government-run hospitals in the state will have e-Hospital Management System. This facility will help both patients and officials.

 
Mr.Das said all the 384 Community Health Centres(CHC), 1318 Primary Health Centres(CHC), seven Medical Colleges and 32 District Headquarters Hospitals will have the Odisha e-Hospital Management Information System (OeHMIS) facility within two years

The OeHMIS facility which will help both the patients and the officials, Das said after reviewing the progress in implementation of the Rs 1,416 lakh OeHMIS programme.

The program was earlier launched in SCB Medical College Hospital in Cuttack and Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar on a pilot basis.
 
Mr.Das said one can easily find diagnostic reports, prescription details and doctor's advices at the click of a mouse.
 
"The patients’ health data will be stored like in AIIMS and big hospitals in other states. It will help in making better our healthcare services," Minister Mr.Das said.
 
Maintaining the clinical care history of all the patients can be done through the new programme as a patient can easily know about the history of his/her diseases.
 
The Minister also issued a time limit to both the ongoing and future constructions projects for completion. "We have to go very fast," the Minister said adding that he will hold timely review of all the matters.
 
Mr.Das also said that DoHFW will soon prepare a new Health Policy Vision 2025 in which all the government-run hospitals will have e-hospital management and Odisha will become a doctor surplus state in the next two years.
 
Minister, Mr.Das said: "Doctors are persons. In our new Policy for Health Care, we will be introducing new incentives so that doctors from the state will not be interested to go outside the State."
 


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