The Kenyan public sector will attempt to improve access and quality to medical services and is wanting to utilize the private segment with the final goal of advancing productivity in this objective. The administration has been working through the Ministry of Health and banding together with big players in the private segment to adopt innovations in e-health.
This has seen the Kenyan Ministry of Health launch Sema Doc. Sema Doc is a reasonably priced health service arrangement which can be accessed by means of cell phone. The application expects to achieve a base of 11 million versatile endorsers in the nation. The Ministry of Health has collaborated with Safaricom, CBA and a universal m-Health specialist organization, Hello Doctor to launch Sema Doc
The occasion was officiated by Kenya’s First Lady, Margaret Kenyatta who complimented the association and the inventive product saying that it is a transformative telemedicine health service that will empower patients interact directly with specialists and get treated quickly.
“This new product will help improve primary healthcare across Kenya, especially in areas where the health centres are under resourced. The most encouraging news about this new healthcare system anchored highly and dependent on mobile telephone accessibility and network an area where Kenya is well defined,” she said