MCIT to connect Afghan hospitals for better healthcare delivery

In a major effort to improve health care delivery, Afghanistan’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) announced today that a total of 78 hospitals throughout the country will be connected to each other and international hospitals abroad via optical fiber technology. Doctors in Afghanistan will be able to consult with experts in international research centers to help diagnose and treat patients. This will be very beneficial for provinces with little access to advanced health facilities. The project will cost $4 million and will be completed over the next three years.

August 3, 2013 В· admin В· No Comments
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