02 September 2021 | News
Invites stakeholders for a live discussion
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The National Health Authority (NHA), will hold an Open House discussion on September 6, 2021, from 3 pm to 5m, to deliberate the development of different digital public goods under the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM).
The Open House, to be held live through a digital mode and will facilitate a participative and transparent discussion between NHA and stakeholders. Earlier, NHA published three consultation papers on various NDHM building blocks - the Health Facility Registry (HFR), Healthcare Professionals Registry (HPR), and Unified Health Interface (UHI), inviting stakeholders’ comments, feedback and suggestions.
All the comments received on the three consultation papers have been published on the NDHM website for public viewing. The Open House will enable a conversation on the key questions raised in the papers and NHA requests all stakeholders to actively participate in the discussion.
The Open House will not only enable participants to lend their voice to the development of the digital health ecosystem in the country but also facilitate conversations between the public and the government.