KABUL (BNA): Dr. Qalandar Abad, the acting public health minister, has revealed his plans to computerize the country’s health system during his visit to Uruzgan province. He said that this will improve the coordination and monitoring of health services in different regions.
Dr. Abad traveled to Uruzgan province to assess the health institutions and meet with the officials of the public health department and the representatives of the health facilities.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Abad announced his plans to digitize the country’s health system and enhance the use of information technology in this sector.
He said that this will help to increase the efficiency and quality of health services and provide timely information about the health status of each region.
Dr. Abad also highlighted the achievements of the Ministry of Public Health in the past two years. He said that over 300 health centers have been established nationwide, and there are plans to build an additional 285 health centers.
It is noteworthy that Dr. Ebad also visited Kandahar province and inspected the health services in Spin Boldak district earlier this week.