Jaipur: The patients coming to Jaipuria Hospital for treatment will soon get online facilities for registration, lab testing, OPD and cash counter. The pilot project is being launched under the Rajasthan government’s ambitious Integrated Health and Management System.
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje had announced in March last year to launch a system that will help doctors access data related to a particular patient at all government hospitals in the state. The system at Jaipuria Hospital is being launched under this scheme and will be rolled out at all government hospitals in coming months.
Patients will be able to register online on a portal that is currently under construction. The patient will fill in basic details on the registration page of the website. Once they register they won’t have to stand in queues when they come to the hospital treatment. A separate counter will be set up to process the online registration quickly.
“A health ID will be generated by the online system for every patient. The ID will be linked with the system through Bhamashah, Aadhaar Card or mobile number. The system will keep the record of the patient and if the same patient goes to another hospital for treatment, the doctors will be able to access the treatment details in real time,” said a doctor at Jaipuria Hospital.
Nearly 3000 patients are visiting the hospital on a daily basis. Patients who register online won’t have to waste time by standing in queues at the hospital counters for registration.
First published: June 12, 2018