E-Ilaj TVC “Han Yeh Be Pakistan Hay” Perfectly Captures the Developments in KPK

Kyber Pakhtunkhwa Government introduced an online treatment facility for the first time in Pakistan. KPITB aims to provide specialized healthcare service in far away areas where hospitals are not available.E-Ilaj TVC “Han Yeh Be Pakistan Hay” Perfectly Captures the Developments in KPK.

E-Ilaj TVC “Han Yeh Be Pakistan Hay” Perfectly Captures the Developments in KPK

KPITB in collaboration with KP Health Department launched the first E-ilaj Telemedicine center. It is the first of its kind health care facility, which will cater to remote areas by providing facilities like Video Conference System, Vital Sign Monitor, Digital Stethoscope, ENT Scope and Ultrasound etc at their door step.

Let’s watch this TVC first and then follow its review in the following section:

This is a very good initiative and will help people to get health care facility at their door steps. Previously due to less number of doctors, Government was not able to provide doctor at every Health care Unit in KPK. In such circumstance Residents had to travel from far flung hilly areas to cities to avail medical care.

KPK health department will mobilize staff to collect data to identify public health trends. Fast development of this Health Portal is a proof that technology can do wonders and can help government to bring reforms.

KPITB believe that in this digital age, distances should not make any difference. To prove that, we have launched E-ilaj that knows no mountains, rivers, or any other obstacle standing between the poor of distant areas and the specialist care available at urban centers. Yes, this too is Pakistan! If one has the will to change, much can change right here!

Also Read: KPITB Launches E-Ilaj-An Online Health Care Facility

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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