Tripura govt. prepares road map to refurbish health: Here is how –

AGARTALA:

Taking a cue from the pre-poll promises made to the state of Tripura the BJP-IPFT led government has come up with bunch of packages preparing a complete road map to refurbish the health sector of the state. After a day-long review meeting with the concerned officials including the directors, the state health minister Sudip Roy Barman briefed the media and announced the government’s road map which aims to reform the entire health infrastructure of the state.

The government mandating the prescription of Generic Medicine by the doctors in all government run hospitals of this state has taken an initiative to launch surveillance of prescription of doctors through artificial intelligence so that generic medicines are prescribed.

For the first time in the state of Tripura, the government prepared a road map to install 21 e-Hospitals in the state getting the common people of the state take online appointment of doctors and other and get the facilities with other related issues through online.

Besides, putting tough time for a section of doctors and nurses of this state, the government shall soon install Aadhar linked Bio-Metric attendance machines with CCTV surveillances in all the government run hospitals.

In an aim to minimize the refer cases, specialists to be hired from abroad as contractual basis in the hospitals of this state. The government has also taken an initiative to provide skill development training to doctors and nurses for smooth deliveries.

However, the press conference which announced the government’s initiative to reform the health sector of this state was attended by the Director of National Health Mission, Sailesh Yadav, Director of State Health Service J K Debbarma and other officials.