President calls to improve health care using digital tech

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ISLAMABAD: On Monday, President Dr. Arif Alvi urged the use of digital technologies to boost the health and happiness of Pakistani citizens and give them access to high-quality medical treatment.

He emphasized how the nation’s medical and healthcare systems might change as a result of advancements in medical technology.

According to a news statement from the President’s Media Wing, President Dr. Arif Alvi shared these opinions with Khurram Jameel, the Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Healthineers Pakistan and Afghanistan, who visited him at Aiwan-e-Sadr.

President Alvi was informed by Khurram Jameel that Siemens Healthineers was one of the top suppliers of healthcare solutions in Pakistan, with a goal of transforming healthcare delivery and enhancing the patient experience through digitalization.

In his conversation with the CEO, President Alvi emphasized the necessity for Pakistani healthcare providers to embrace innovation and reinvent healthcare delivery in order to successfully meet the sector’s issues as well as the nation’s future healthcare needs.

In order to improve the lives of people with disabilities and spread awareness of breast cancer, he stressed the importance of forming collaborations between government agencies, for-profit businesses, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

The president commended Siemens Healthineers for its efforts to advance Pakistan’s healthcare industry.


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