BBMP to bolster healthcare infrastructure in Bengaluru by leveraging IT and partnerships

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Published September 16, 2023 at 2:26pm

    BBMP to enhance investments in healthcare services within Bengaluru

    BBMP to leverage information technology (IT) and forge partnerships

    Aims to enhance healthcare accessibility and affordability for Bengalureans

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is set to make substantial investments in the enhancement of healthcare services within Bengaluru, leveraging information technology (IT) and forging partnerships with various stakeholders.

Dr. Thrilok Chandra, the Special Commissioner for Health, revealed that the BBMP is collaborating with the AI and Robotics Technology Park (ARTPARK) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru to establish dedicated war rooms aimed at bolstering the healthcare infrastructure.

Dr. Chandra further outlined the BBMP’s focal areas, which include the implementation of a comprehensive ‘One Health’ system and the expansion of laboratories in Primary Health Centers (PHCs).

In an address during a seminar themed ‘Brand Bengaluru, Healthy Bengaluru,’ Dr. Chandra emphasized the BBMP’s commitment to this initiative, which encompasses a multifaceted approach to improve healthcare services in the city.

To fund these endeavors, Dr. Chandra mentioned that the BBMP will actively seek partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and explore Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funding opportunities.

By harnessing the power of IT and collaborating with various stakeholders, the BBMP aims to significantly enhance healthcare accessibility and affordability for the residents of Bengaluru.

As part of the ‘Brand Bengaluru’ initiative, Dr. Chandra highlighted the extensive citizen engagement efforts, where over 10,478 suggestions were received on healthcare system improvements. These suggestions have been categorized, and a comprehensive report will soon be submitted to the Karnataka government for further action.

BBMP to bolster healthcare infrastructure in Bengaluru by leveraging IT and partnerships

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    BBMP to enhance investments in healthcare services within Bengaluru

    BBMP to leverage information technology (IT) and forge partnerships

    Aims to enhance healthcare accessibility and affordability for Bengalureans

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is set to make substantial investments in the enhancement of healthcare services within Bengaluru, leveraging information technology (IT) and forging partnerships with various stakeholders.

Dr. Thrilok Chandra, the Special Commissioner for Health, revealed that the BBMP is collaborating with the AI and Robotics Technology Park (ARTPARK) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru to establish dedicated war rooms aimed at bolstering the healthcare infrastructure.

Dr. Chandra further outlined the BBMP’s focal areas, which include the implementation of a comprehensive ‘One Health’ system and the expansion of laboratories in Primary Health Centers (PHCs).

In an address during a seminar themed ‘Brand Bengaluru, Healthy Bengaluru,’ Dr. Chandra emphasized the BBMP’s commitment to this initiative, which encompasses a multifaceted approach to improve healthcare services in the city.

To fund these endeavors, Dr. Chandra mentioned that the BBMP will actively seek partnerships with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and explore Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funding opportunities.

By harnessing the power of IT and collaborating with various stakeholders, the BBMP aims to significantly enhance healthcare accessibility and affordability for the residents of Bengaluru.

As part of the ‘Brand Bengaluru’ initiative, Dr. Chandra highlighted the extensive citizen engagement efforts, where over 10,478 suggestions were received on healthcare system improvements. These suggestions have been categorized, and a comprehensive report will soon be submitted to the Karnataka government for further action.

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