Bijnor District is falling behind in telemedicine – Bijnor District is falling behind in telemedicine

The Bijnor district is falling behind in telemedicine
Bijnor Now, at the time of the emergency, the Bijnor district has fallen behind in telemedicine service. As of January, the district, which ranked 28th in the state, slipped to 44th place during the epidemic.
This time the pace of corona infection is almost four times. To prevent the spread of infection, the government had banned the district hospital’s OPD. After that, the district hospital administration issued a list of their specialist doctors’ cell phone numbers and appealed to people to stay in their homes. In the case of a common illness, doctors were asked not to resolve the problem until after a phone call. On the one hand, the overburdening of patients with frequent illnesses in the district hospital has decreased, on the other hand the costs for the transport of people are also incurred. In such a situation, people have made great use of this service.
At the beginning of the corona epidemic last year, the district administration issued the mobile phone numbers of its various specialists and asked people to work out solutions for telemedicine. Last year, about a lakh 45,000 375 people had corrected their illness by speaking to doctors at the district hospital over the phone. During this time, OPD exemptions were re-enacted in hospitals, but the telemedicine establishment continued.
Telemedicine is now being operated again in the district hospital. CMS Dr. Gyanchand said about a lakh and a half of the district had used it last year. Our district is currently in 44th position. Daily expert calls come to the patients and the problem is solved.

The Bijnor district is falling behind in telemedicine

Bijnor Now, at the time of the emergency, the Bijnor district has fallen behind in telemedicine service. As of January, the district, which ranked 28th in the state, slipped to 44th place during the epidemic.

This time the pace of corona infection is almost four times. To prevent the spread of infection, the government had banned the district hospital’s OPD. After that, the district hospital administration issued a list of their specialist doctors’ cell phone numbers and appealed to people to stay in their homes. In the case of a common illness, doctors were asked not to resolve the problem until after a phone call. On the one hand, the overburdening of patients with frequent illnesses in the district hospital has decreased, on the other hand the costs for the transport of people are also incurred. In such a situation, people have made great use of this service.

At the beginning of the corona epidemic last year, the district administration issued the mobile phone numbers of its various specialists and asked people to work out solutions for telemedicine. Last year, about a lakh 45,000 375 people had corrected their illness by speaking to doctors at the district hospital over the phone. During this time, OPD exemptions were re-enacted in hospitals, but the telemedicine establishment continued.

Telemedicine is now being operated again in the district hospital. CMS Dr. Gyanchand said about a lakh and a half of the district had used it last year. Our district is currently in 44th position. Daily expert calls come to the patients and the problem is solved.

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