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  • 1. Deepak Agrawal Head, IT & Assoc Prof Neurosurgery, JPNA Trauma Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi Vision for a National eMLC
  • 2.  VISION-INDIAN CONTEXT  ECONOMIC  SOCIAL  OTHERS
  • 3.  INDIAN CONTEXT  ECONOMIC  Treatment is out of pocket (No Insurance)  Majority of the patients are very poor  Majority of Hospitals/centres are very poor
  • 4. The leader has to be practical and a realist, yet must talk the language of the visionary and the idealist.
  • 5. • Largest enrollment process in the world • Dramatically decrease leakages & corruption once fully implemented • Cost is around 18000 crores
  • 6.  SHARED VISION
  • 7.  HAVE A TAMPER-PROOF LEGAL DOCMENT WITH HIGH QUALITY DATA WHICH CAN BE SHARED ACROSS OTHER DOMAINS AND WITH OTHER STAKEHOLDERS EASILY, TRANSPARENTLY & COST-EFFECTIVELY
  • 8. I always have thought that if at least half the people don’t dislike it (your work), you did it wrong
  • 9. • DEMOGRAPHICS • VITALS • TRIAGE AREA • DOCTORS CALL SENT TO • INVESTIGATIONS ORDERED
  • 10. • HEAD INJURY • SPINAL INJURY • ABOMINAL INJRY • CHEST INJRY • LONG BONE INJURY
  • 11. 2. • Integration of patient photograph into the eMLC for authentic patient identification.
  • 12. 3. • the images of patient wounds can also be integrated into the MLC
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  • 14. • National eMLC policy • Standard set of variables going into a national database • Accessible via Internet in realtime (with proper authentication • Linked with other national ID Schemes (AADHAR)