The Digital Bharat Collaborative recognises the challenges faced by the government in adopting technology in its systems and processes. The focus on data capture alone, lack of integration with existing systems, and absence of a long-term digital vision and in-system capacity for execution are some of the core challenges. The initiative seeks to address these issues through a robust system integration approach and a collaborative model that encourages sustained collaboration.
The Digital Bharat Collaborative uses a digital transformation approach that provides a continuum of care through two pillars – field deployment and integrated solutions.
The field deployment empowers frontline workers, leverages telemedicine services, and utilises mobile medical units (MMU). The integrated solution strengthens facilities, enables IoT implementation, integrates technology, and enables governance.
The approach aims to create a single port of call for healthcare services, provide a continuum of care, offer clinical excellence, and enable data-driven decisions.