HP to set up 14 cloud-enabled eHealth centres in India

Jul 02 2014, 21:46 IST
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HP on Wednesday announced that the company will expand its cloud-enabled eHealth centres in the country.(Reuters) HP on Wednesday announced that the company will expand its cloud-enabled eHealth centres in the country.(Reuters)
SummaryThe IT major partnered with Narayana Health (NH) to set up five more such health centres in Karnataka and West Bengal.

and NGOs. It leverages best-of-breed technologies, including open-source solutions.

The first eHealth Centre was established in 2012 in Chausala, India, (Kaithal district, Haryana), and recorded more than 4,000 patient visits in the first 100 days of operation. There are currently six eHealth Centres operating in India, which collectively have recorded more than 36,000 patient visits as of June 2014. The catchment area for existing ehealth Centers represents approximately 2 million people.

After successful implantation of the programme India, HP is now set to apply a similar approach to improve access to primary healthcare in Bhutan and Philippines.

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