China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission manages more than 100 primary medical and healthcare institutions in the city of Guiyang. To improve care and prepare for the future, the Commission wanted a single information platform so it could more effectively coordinate and deliver coverage across all those institutions in this growing city of southwest China. To achieve this, the Commission knew it needed to upgrade the department’s supervisory capabilities in informatics.
To build a foundation for improvement and to accommodate future growth, DXC established an integrated management system that covers regional medical institutions, medical businesses and a population of 7 million people. The system improves data sharing between medical and healthcare institutions and facilitates the collaboration of processes between medical institutions. It also minimises the investments necessary for all to participate.
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