Rohtak: In a progressive move, PGIMS Rohtak is gearing up to implement an e-filing system aimed at digitizing short-stay patient records and transitioning towards a paperless environment within the hospital wards. The initiative comes in response to the annual admission of over 1.25 lakh patients, leading to substantial printing costs and the need for secure record-keeping.
According to sources, the current manual system poses challenges for PG students, who risk delays in obtaining a no-dues certificate if any file goes missing. The upcoming e-filing system is expected to alleviate this issue, providing a more efficient and secure means of record management.
Dr. Kundan Mittal, Medical Superintendent at PGIMS, stated that preparations for the e-filing system are in the final stages and will be rolled out soon. Additionally, measures have been taken to streamline processes in the OPD, such as eliminating the need for patients to queue up for slips by incorporating test reports and medicines directly onto the OPD card. Patients can conveniently access their reports online through QR codes.
This digital transformation aligns with PGIMS’s broader efforts to enhance operational efficiency, reduce patient wait times, and advance towards a more technology-driven healthcare system.
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