SKIMS Celebrates Digital Week Showcasing Various Digital Services

Srinagar- Department of Electronics & Communications/ Information & Technology and Hospital Administration SKIMS celebrated digital week showcasing various digital services at SKIMS.

Director SKIMS & Ex-Officio Secretary to Government, Prof. Parvaiz Ahmad Koul while speaking on the occasion emphasized for making all the services available in the hospital on-line to benefit patients as well as to enhance efficiency, transparency, accountability and accessibility, which are embedded with digital system and services.

He appreciated the department of E&C/IT, Hospital Administration for taking initiatives in this direction and making some of the services digital end-to-end in the hospital.

On the first day of the programme, a review was taken in the SKIMS Auditorium on the implementation of various digital services in the Administration of SKIMS like e-Office, e-Tendering, JKPaysys and other on-line services in these areas and also hands-on training on e-office implementation in un-covered areas of SKIMS was organized.

On the occasion Additional Director SKIMS & EOSSG Gulzar Ahmad Shabnum, HOD Endocrinology, Prof. Bashir Ahmad Laway, Medical Superintendent Prof. Farooq Ahmad Jan, Superintending Engineer E&C/IT, Er. Farooq Ahmad Wani and Superintending Engineer Mechanical, Er. Muzaffar also addressed the audience and highlighted the importance of e-services.

The programme was attended by the officers/officials of General Administration, Hospital Administration, Materials Management, Finance & Engineering departments.

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