Patients can download the Swasth Haryana app from both the Google Playstore or the Apple Store to register their details. No ID is required to present your residence certificate. After uploading your health records, prescriptions, and X-ray reports, you can book visits with doctors such as orthopedic specialists, otolaryngologists (ENTs), surgeons, psychologists, and pediatricians. The app does not provide tele-consulting, but is expected to assist in pre-registration and booking bookings.
The app also directs patients to services such as booking tests, sending blood requests, guidance on finding the nearest hospital, and tracking bed availability. Pathology reports for enrolled patients will also be available.
Also, after getting the test report through this app, the patient has the option to get the e-consultancy with the e-sanjeevani app, which saves time and energy.
The app also provides guidance on blood donation, adolescent sanitary napkins, pregnancy, newborn care and immunity. The app is free, but patients have to pay for services such as diagnostic tests and procedures. Test fees are available in the app.
Pre-registration of the app is set to reduce patient waiting time. “We already have counters in all public hospitals for those who are pre-registered in the app, so you won’t be asked to line up. Collect your cards and go directly to the doctor. “You can,” said Dr. Virender Yadav, Gurgaon’s Chief Medical Officer.
Health officials said the service aims to make it easier for patients to book with specialists. They added that it would be especially useful for people with comorbidities and pregnant women.
The app initially addresses 22 public hospitals and 15 sub-hospitals in Haryana, eventually connecting patients to more than 400 public hospitals throughout the state.
One-stop app set for connecting patients, Hry government hospitals, Health News, ET Health World
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