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Valuepoint Systems and Government of Karnataka join hands for healthcare project

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BPL patients to directly receive government benefits

Government of Karnataka has partnered with the Valuepoint Systems, one of South Asia’s leading Systems Integrator and complete IT infrastructure services company, to implement its one of its kind prestigious e-hospital project. The state-wide project used technology to enable Hospital Information System in 47 primary healthcare centres in Karnataka state.

Valuepoint Systems joined hands with the Department of Health and Family Welfare and AYUSH Services, GoK for this ambitious project. The prime objective of the project was to implement one-stop solution for addressing the healthcare concerns, and connecting patients, doctors and networking 47 hospitals in Karnataka on one common platform. The initiative aimed to deploy the solution and get patient information seamlessly in these hospitals and streamline hospital processes. The duration of the project was 6 months and commenced in September 2017 and Valuepoint Systems has done a due diligence and designed, supplied, commissioned and supporting platform along with network and infrastructure components.

The project has transformed the existing systems by making the patients records and information available at all the 47 centres and accessible to patients and doctors 24×7. The digital platform has allowed tracking and monitoring of the utilisation of funds and has enabled BPL patients to directly receive government benefits. This has helped in increasing the overall quality of healthcare services.

Officials concerned in the Department of Health and Family Welfare, commented, “Our aim has always been to work for the betterment of the citizens of Karnataka and India. We are glad to have worked with Valuepoint Systems for further developing the healthcare facilities in the state.”

RS Shanbhag, Founder and CMD of Valuepoint Systems, said, “Valuepoint Systems has been committed to creating a sustainable impact. We are delighted that with the support of the GoK, we were able to make this project of transforming public healthcare a success. We are thankful to the GoK for its support and commitment.”

List of 47 healthcare centres (Government Hospitals): Kolar, KGF, Madikeri, Malur, Sakaleshpura, Yadgir, Tumkur, Chikaballapur, Bijapur, Ramnagar, Srinivaspura, Davanagere, Sagara, Mangalore (Wenlock + Lady Goshan), Udupi, Haveri, Jamkandi, Maddur, Bangalore (HIS Gosha + CV Raman Hospital), Koppala, Shahapur, Muddebihal, Hunagunda, Kollegala, Sira, Mudhola, Kadur, Gundlupet, Kundapura, Shorapur, Dharwad, Bagalkote, Chikkamangalore, Yellandur, Chitradurga, Mulbagal, Badami, T Narasipura, Karkala, Gadag, Bilagi, Karwar, Chamrajnagar, Kalburgi and Bangarpet.

 

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