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Rajasthan to Enhance Health Services with AI & Medical Innovations

Written by : Jayati Dubey

June 6, 2024

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Additional chief secretary of the Medical Education Department stated that Rajasthan is committed to enhancing medical services through various innovations.

Rajasthan government officials have planned to make health services in the state more robust and patient-friendly by leveraging innovations in medical science and AI-based technologies.

For this purpose, a team from the Medical Education Department will visit the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi on June 6 and June 7 to study the latest advancements in medical technology.

Additional chief secretary of the Medical Education Department, Shubhra Singh, stated that Rajasthan is committed to enhancing medical services through various innovations. The goal is to ensure patients receive high-quality treatment and their families encounter minimal difficulties.

Further, yesterday, on the occasion of World Environment Day, Rajasthan CM Bhajanlal Sharma launched 'Mukhyamantri Vriksharopan Mahabhiyan,' a campaign aimed at boosting environmental conservation efforts in the state.

Digital Health Initiatives in Rajasthan

Rajasthan has been taking steps to leverage digital technologies to enhance healthcare delivery, improve maternal and child health outcomes, and build a robust digital health ecosystem in the state.

Last month, Rajasthan announced a groundbreaking shift in its healthcare delivery system by transitioning to a fully online health management platform.

The initiative, named "Integrated Health Management System 2.0," aims to enhance health services across the state, marking a step ahead towards accessible healthcare for all residents.

The Integrated Health Management System 2.0 will provide a range of online health services designed to improve patient experience and healthcare outcomes.

Key features highlighted in the official statement include electronic health records, a DIGI health locker, tele ICUs, and geo-tagging based hospital facilities.

Additionally, the system will eliminate queues for patients, offer a unified digital survey, and implement a single window system for health-related licenses and NOCs. With the majority of health services moving online, patients are expected to enjoy more convenient access to treatment.

The shift towards digital healthcare is set to streamline processes, reduce waiting times, and enhance overall patient satisfaction.

In another recent development, the Rajasthan Medical Department announced plans to use its indigenous app to track seasonal diseases as part of its mission to achieve digital health transformation.

This app will record data on diseases such as dengue, malaria, and chikungunya, allowing for real-time monitoring, identification of disease hotspots, and prediction of potential outbreaks.

According to the department, this initiative will aid in the effective deployment of resources and the implementation of preventative measures.


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