THE POLICE Hospital together with Kasikorn Bank today (Nov. 10) launched “Police Plus” app that utilises easy-to-use technology to boost medical efficiency with a target of meeting the needs of over 450,000 patients a year, Matichon newspaper said.
National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittiprapas and Ms. Kattiya Indaravijaya, chief executive officer Kasikorn Bank, said the highlight of this app is that patients can immediately use it to make an appointment to see a doctor, check their rights under the National Health Security Office, pay and consult a doctor online.
It is hoped this will reduce congestion and the waiting time for patients at the Police Hospital while also decreasing the burden on medical personnel.
This service will be expanded to further promote health care in future.
Kattiya siad the new app for the Police Hospital consists of three core features that meet the needs of service users and providers. Firstly, the hospital information system is displayed in this app with users getting accurate and quick results. Secondly, it creates a hospital experience that is easy and fast to use on one’s own both within the hospital premises and outside. Thirdly, it links payments and various financial services with this to be further developed in future.
Payment could be made through K PLUS app, Thai QR Code, credit or debit cards.
The new “Police Plus” app, above, and National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Damrongsak Kittiprapas together with Kasikorn Bank CEO Ms. Kattiya Indaravichai, below.
Front Page: Patients getting their medicine at the Police Hospital. All photos: Matichon
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