Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital goes paperless – Management

Must Read

We lie during campaign period – Mahama confesses

The flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama, has confessed to peddling falsehoods during campaign periods. Speaking...

GES releases timetable for KG, Primary and JHS pupils on Ghana Learning TV as lessons start today

The Ghana Education Service (GES) in collaboration with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), has released the virtual learning timetable...

Creative Arts in Ghana – A free-for-nothing industry?

Imagine a football game without rules and regulations: no referee, no assistant referees, and no fourth official to enforce...
ABC News Ghana is an investigative media house that focuses on politics, sports and the economy. Our work is thoroughly researched, balanced and fair. Our vision is to become the most preferred indigenous news brand for men in West Africa.

The management of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) has announced their decision to go 100% paperless.

In a press statement signed by the Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Oheneba Owusu-Danso, the hospital hinted that the final phase of its computerized system which took effect on August 1, 2020, has been operationalized.

Over 40-year-old ‘abandoned’ KATH Maternity and Children’s block to be completed within 36 months -President Akufo-Addo assures

The statement further noted that clients will no longer be handed paper folders when they visit the hospital for medical attention. This latest development is in line with the Presidential Computerization Project of health institutions which is being implemented through the Ministry of Health.

According to KATH, the operationalization when completed will ensure the speedy delivery of healthcare to clients. This will also allow the timely capture, retrieval and analysis of patients’ records and remarkably enhance clinical decisions for quality patient care.
The hospital also announced that the computerization of all clinical activities is meant to make the operations of the hospital paperless and improve the quality of clinical care to the public.

Parliament approves €155m for KATH project


The management of KATH appealed to the general public to fully cooperate with the hospital to ensure a complete, smooth and successful roll-out of the project.
The management also expressed their gratitude to President Akufo-Addo, the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders for their continuous support.

This roll-out makes KATH the second Teaching Hospital after the Cape Coast Teaching hospital to achieve this feat.

Read press statement below

Submit your stories or articles to newsroom@abcnewsgh.com or Whatsapp them to +233 553620623

- Advertisement -


Latest News

Zenith Bank records another 1st in Digital Banking with the introduction of the GH Dual Card in partnership with GhIPSS

Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited has become the first in Ghana to roll out the Eazypay GH Dual Card, combining...

Special focus needed at Ridge Hospital; management becoming unbecoming – Anas

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has indicated that special attention needs to be given to the management of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital because...

GJA demands swift action against Soldier for assualting TV3’s Journalist

The Ghana Journalists Association has called for an immediate investigation and prosecution of soldier suspected to have brutalized a TV3 journalist. Yesterday, a TV3 cameraman,...

46 foreign owned shops closed down at Circle after traders failed to regularize documents

Forty six foreign-owned shops have been closed down at Circle in Accra after traders failed to regularize documents, which allows them to continue trading...

Banking industry losses over GHC 33 million due to fraud in 2019

Fraud activities in Ghana's banking industry increased in 2019 compared to 2018, a report from the Bank of Ghana on fraud has revealed. The data...

More Articles Like This

%d bloggers like this: