Tata Steel, in association with Tata Digital Health, has launched an initiative to digitise and transform healthcare at Tata Main Hospital (TMH) in Jamshedpur.
The company said in a statement the move will provide end-to-end clinic management, improved in-clinic systems such as electronic medical records (EMR), access to faster diagnostic and point-of-care requirements through linkages to labs and pharmacies, and remote patient monitoring facilities.
The clinics will also be equipped with virtual consultation facilities, wherein doctors can seek specialist advice from partner healthcare providers located anywhere in the country.
The TMH clinics and dispensaries will now be equipped with a comprehensive EMR system integrated with diagnostics equipment that comply with global regulatory certifications and aid immediate diagnosis of patient conditions, said the statement. The pharmacy will function 24x7 from April onwards, it added.
Our Mumbai Bureau reports: Tata Housing has announced the launch of a new project — Avaha — at Kalyan near Mumbai on Tata Founder’s Day, in commemoration of the birth anniversary of group founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata.
₹63 lakh onwards The project offers 927-1,490 sq ft 2 and 3 BHK apartments starting at ₹63 lakh.
Tata Housing MD and CEO Brotin Banerjee said: “Tata Housing is constantly reinventing itself to deliver ‘a lifestyle and an environment’ through all its projects.
“With Avaha, Tata Housing presents homebuyers a golden opportunity to experience a bespoke lifestyle designed meticulously.
“The location boasts of a perfect balance of serenity and amenities at par with international standard making it an ideal place to live in.”
Avaha is designed by architecture firm HOK of the US.
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