RNT Udaipur: Patients to Access Test Reports with QR Code Scans

RNT Udaipur: Patients to Access Test Reports with QR Code Scans

Patients can now access reports by scanning QR Codes on receipts...

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RNT Medical College, along with its affiliated hospitals, has connected with the Laboratory Information System (LIS). This will eliminates the hassle of obtaining test reports, offering a seamless experience for patients. By simply scanning the QR code printed on their receipt, individuals can access their test results directly on their mobile devices. With these groundbreaking advancements, RNT Medical College sets a precedent in healthcare technology adoption, positioning itself as leading in this medical innovation. 

Under the leadership of Principal Dr. Vipin Mathur and Hospital Superintendent Dr. R.L. Suman, this facility has been implemented. 

  1. OPD Patients: Every patient in the Outpatient Department (OPD) now receives a receipt featuring a QR code upon registering for laboratory tests. Upon report readiness, scanning the QR code grants instant access to the test report on mobile devices.
  2. Integration with Hospital Wards: All wards within the hospital are seamlessly linked with the LIS. This integration enables the direct availability of test reports for respective wards as soon as they are generated. This not only saves time but also enhances patient care, particularly for those admitted to the hospital.
  3. Laboratory Departments: The LIS encompasses all laboratory departments, including Biochemistry, Pathology, and Microbiology. Moreover, this advanced system extends its benefits beyond RNT-affiliated hospitals, being implemented in the TB Hospital as well.

RNT Medical College's initiative marks a significant milestone in enhancing healthcare delivery, exemplifying a commitment to innovation and patient-centric care. With streamlined processes and advanced technology, patients can expect a more efficient and seamless healthcare experience, setting a benchmark for healthcare institutions across the region.

Source: Rajasthan Patrika

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