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The district hospital at Pali would be counted as first of its kind which would be undergoing full digitalisation. The news was being identified by electronics and information technology minister for its pilot project on digitalisation.

There was a team visit by four officials of the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and National Informatics Centre (NIC), New Delhi. The initiative is in favour of making the hospital more friendly for its patients with the help of latest technology and equipments. PP Chaudhary, Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information, PP Chaudhary said, ” Under the pilot project, Pali’s Bangar hospital will be developed as a model hospital in its category in the country in terms of use of electronics and information technology”.


Also, the patient will have the facility to check if the doctor is available on a particular day or not. Also, the patients will be able to have access to the diagnostic test reports from home itself. Before this, these facilities were available for hospitals of Medical colleges only such as Swai Man Singh Hospital, Jaipur.

Apart from that, also the integrated system will be given the boost of advancement. A patient can get all information from state and centre government schemes from one single place. In order to avail such facilities, one has to apply at one centralised place. This will help patients and they will not have to move from one place to other to get the scheme benefits.

Dr. MN Rajpurohit (Principal Medical Officer of Bangar Hospital) said that, ” Officials from NIC, Delhi and C-DAC came to our hospital for digitalisation of the hospital project”.

He further added, ” there are various facilities which are online already like free medicine scheme, free diagnostic test scheme, pregnancy and child tracking system, Ojas online portal for payment of incentives under Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojna, Rajshree yojna and Subh Laxmi yojna. Also, we have online system for facility-based new-born care unit and malnutrition treatment centre”.