May 17, 2022

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The "Integrated Medical File" program for all patients in the country will be completed by the end of this year

The “Integrated Medical File” program for all patients in the country will be completed by the end of this year

Abdul Rahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Health and Social Security and Associate Minister for Central National Council Affairs, said the ministry was finalizing plans to establish an “integrated medical file” for patients at the state level. This year (2022), the program aims to consolidate patients’ medical records. It improves the quality of the healthcare system and patient care, and emphasizes the importance of healthcare data for evaluating performance and automating and streamlining the service system. Digital information, and retention of the patient’s previous medical record.

During the session of the Federal National Council held this evening, the Minister stressed that the Ministry has started working to discuss the topic of “Policy of the Ministry of Health and Social Security on Promoting Mental Health in the Country”. This ambitious plan has been in place since the beginning of 2020, but the challenges posed by the epidemic (Govt. 19) have caused delays in the procedures related to its implementation, with the Ministry having so far completed the automation of 10 million medical files. “My Care” is an electronic healthcare site.

The Minister said: “The project comes within the ambit of the Ministry to create a healthy and vibrant community by improving health, and to establish a sustainable health system globally in line with the ambition and specific goals.” The Digital Health Platform, which provides data, is an integrated health file on the Digital Health Platform.

He explained that the new mechanism would allow patients to easily and conveniently move from one hospital to another without having to pick up documents and documents for patients’ health examinations and reports. , Solve all health problems.

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