With India's sheer size and population, access to healthcare, let alone quality healthcare, has been a challenge that its government has been trying to tackle for years. In this pursuit, digitisation of healthcare has been identified as one of the primary means to reach the length and breadth of the country in a manner that even the most remote citizen may finally have the opportunity to access quality healthcare. The National Digital Health Blueprint (NDHB) was drafted to lay down the basic framework for future health systems, including information health exchanges, in order to maintain one source of record, prioritise consent, focus on interoperability, and put in place an open source system.
With the release of the NDHB, it is expected that adoption of standards in healthcare will accelerate as it requires all healthcare providers – modern, traditional & alternative – to collaborate through shared and interoperable clinical documentation. This webinar will provide a review of its core architecture and critical capabilities, and share the experiences of several MedTech companies in India adhering to it.
Date: Monday, 13 July 2020
Time: 4pm to 5pm (Singapore Time)
Please note that this webinar is exclusive to APACMed members only. Login details will be shared via email with those who have registered for the event, closer to the event date.
Jul 13, 2020
4 PM - 5 PMAdd to Calendar