- Veröffentlicht: 14. März 2020
King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH) launched a host of eServices via the ‘Sehati’ health services app, which is provided by the Information & eGovernment Authority (iGA). The hospital’s services include uploads of medical report as they become available, medical appointment reservations, and medicine delivery.
KHUH Commander, Major-General Dr. Shaikh Salman bin Atiyatallah Al Khalifa said: “King Hamad University Hospital is the first government hospital in the Kingdom to introduce an app and electronic system that makes communication easier between the hospital and its visitors. We always strive to offer our services through the most modern and effective methods in order provide better care to all patients.”
iGA Chief Executive Mohammed Ali Al Qaed said: “Launching the hospital’s services via the ‘Sehati’ app is in line with our ongoing partnerships with the health sector. The hospital’s decision to offer these online services is a continuation of the digital transformation of government services which aim to ensure faster and more efficient transactions. Patients can securely access the hospital’s services via the app which can be downloaded on smart phones and devices.”
‘Sehati’, available on the Government App Store bahrain.bh/apps for both Android and Ios devices, is a comprehensive app that contains a number of healthcare services from various healthcare institutions in the Kingdom. They are organized in a convenient way and are easy to use, featuring an attractive design.
‘Sehati’ is one of the most important applications being introduced by the government with the aim of improving the quality and method of delivery of healthcare services in the Kingdom. In addition to listing hospital services, the app is a unified and comprehensive health services platform which will greatly benefit citizens, residents and visitors.
Quelle/Source: News of Bahrain, 07.03.2020