Aargoya Setu and twelve other third-party applications are now a part of India's health digitisation project Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM), according to a press release issued by the National Health Authority on May 11. This brings the total number of third-party integrated apps to 40, including healthcare entities from the private and public sectors. The Unified Health Interface (UHI) proposed under the ABDM will offer various services such as teleconsultations, booking lab tests, etc., to citizens. The integrated entities are authorised to: Create and capture Unique Health IDs (or Ayushman Bharat Health Accounts) Build services for Health Information Providers (HIP) to be able to share health records via a personal health records app Build services for doctors or Health Information Users (HIUs) to view these records These integrated entities will be dealing with the sensitive personal data of citizens which, if abused, could lead to discrimination and psychological harm among other dangers. List of platforms integrated with ABDM Athma, a Health Management Information System (HIMS) by Narayana Health Ltd has been authorised to fulfill all of the above responsibilities, according to the press release. Here are the platforms that have integrated for "ABHA number capture and creation and seamless patient verification": DrucareOne by Drucara Pvt Ltd: A Health Management Information System Patient Registration Application by Dr. Lal Pathlabs: A Laboratory Management Information System (LMIS) Pristyn Care by GHV Advanced Care: A health tech company offering specialised surgeries, teleconsults, and aftercare ALA CARE by Alafied Solutions: A health tech company that offers IT management services to…
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