The pandemic COVID-19 has affected all corners of the world, with impacts differing based on resilience of each country’s health system. It has highlighted the roles that health system resilience, cross-border coordination and collaboration, and digital health technologies can play in lessening the toll of public health emergencies. The matter was shared by the panel members at the ASEAN Digital Public Health Conference yesterday afternoon.
Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Doctor Awang Haji Mohd Isham bin Jaafar, Minister of Health at the session emphasised on the digitalisation of electronic medical report, BruHealth during the outbreak of the COVID-19 to make it relatively easy to control the outbreak. With a focus on regional collaboration, cross-learning, research and digitalisation in enabling more informed policymaking in healthcare, the conference aims to spearhead holistic discussions on the benefits, risks and challenges associated with the adoption of artificial intelligence and digital technologies in health care.
Source: Radio Television Brunei