UP will soon have a live medical emergency monitoring system

Uttar Pradesh will be the first state in India to have a live medical emergency monitoring system that will ensure easy and accessible admission to hospitals for emergency and trauma patients, a press release said on Saturday. of the state government.

“As directed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the medical and health sector will develop an emergency trauma care network over the next six months. For this, the government has prepared a roadmap to connect the department from healthcare to modern technology through a mobile app and call center,” the statement read.

General Manager of Medical Education, Dr. NC Prajapati said, “Through this network system, emergency and trauma patients can be easily admitted to any nearby medical facility. This will reduce the risk of loss of life. »

Usually, patients seeking emergency treatment in the state have to run from one medical institute to another, which makes it difficult to get timely treatment.

The release adds that level 1, 2, 3 emergency medical centers and PHCs will be under the umbrella of the network.

“The mobile app-based digital platform and command call center will also provide 24/7 monitoring of the main hospital and triage, ambulance services and hospitals,” says he.

The network will receive around 40,000 calls per day and a total of 3 lakh patients will be able to receive services annually, the statement added.

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