Telemedicine network in Pakistan soon

STAFF REPORT KHI: Intel Pakistan, NexSource Pakistan, eHealth Services Ltd and ASK Development will jointly provide quality healthcare to rural communities through eHealth, aimed at improving human and institutional development of civil society and public sector organizations through partnership in capacity building initiatives.

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The outcome of project will enable rural teams to work on kiosks and be instrumental to provide quality healthcare through ICT.

These companies will deploy a Telemedicine Network in Pakistan with over 15,000 rural locations.

This will involve around 75,000 healthcare professionals including more than two thousand doctors and para-medical staff. To build an effective programme, initial efforts will be on educating the participants and enabling them with IT skill that are usually over 30 years of age, and have less knowledge about computer and technology.

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