eGoverment programmes

E-learning

1. The Case for Change

Current Situation

There is currently a problem with communication of critical medical case information between hospitals throughout the country. Communication regarding referrals between facilities, where it exists, consists mainly of hand-written referral notes or the occasional telephone call.

Strategic Issues and Opportunities

• Effective Communication
• Reduce Morbidity/Mortality

Basic Rationale

To improve service delivery

Views of Key Stakeholders (External/Internal)

Our group's views of what these might be include:

• Improvement of communication
• Improve education of health professionals in facilities
• Facilitate access to advanced medical services for general public

2. Project Purpose and Scope

Project Purpose

To establish high-speed communication links between hospitals throughout the country providing audio, video and computer data services

This project is a priority as it gives patients easier access to medical expertise that is currently unavailable.

Project Scope

This project seeks to connect the four currently operating hospitals: AFPRC (Farafenni) Hospital, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (Banjul), Bansang Hospital (Bansang) and the Sulayman Junkung-Jammeh Hospital (Bwiam). Not included in this project are primary or divisional health care facilities.

Related Other Projects

• Distance Learning Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government ICT Training Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government Local Government Project (MOLGL)

Project Time Frame

2 1/2 Years

E-Commerce

1. The Case for Change

Current Situation

There is currently a problem with communication of critical medical case information between hospitals throughout the country. Communication regarding referrals between facilities, where it exists, consists mainly of hand-written referral notes or the occasional telephone call.

Strategic Issues and Opportunities

• Effective Communication
• Reduce Morbidity/Mortality

Basic Rationale

To improve service delivery

Views of Key Stakeholders (External/Internal)

Our group's views of what these might be include:

• Improvement of communication
• Improve education of health professionals in facilities
• Facilitate access to advanced medical services for general public

2. Project Purpose and Scope

Project Purpose

To establish high-speed communication links between hospitals throughout the country providing audio, video and computer data services

This project is a priority as it gives patients easier access to medical expertise that is currently unavailable.

Project Scope

This project seeks to connect the four currently operating hospitals: AFPRC (Farafenni) Hospital, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (Banjul), Bansang Hospital (Bansang) and the Sulayman Junkung-Jammeh Hospital (Bwiam). Not included in this project are primary or divisional health care facilities.

Related Other Projects

• Distance Learning Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government ICT Training Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government Local Government Project (MOLGL)

Project Time Frame

2 1/2 Years

E-Health

1. The Case for Change

Current Situation

There is currently a problem with communication of critical medical case information between hospitals throughout the country. Communication regarding referrals between facilities, where it exists, consists mainly of hand-written referral notes or the occasional telephone call.

Strategic Issues and Opportunities

• Effective Communication
• Reduce Morbidity/Mortality

Basic Rationale

To improve service delivery

Views of Key Stakeholders (External/Internal)

Our group's views of what these might be include:

• Improvement of communication
• Improve education of health professionals in facilities
• Facilitate access to advanced medical services for general public

2. Project Purpose and Scope

Project Purpose

To establish high-speed communication links between hospitals throughout the country providing audio, video and computer data services

This project is a priority as it gives patients easier access to medical expertise that is currently unavailable.

Project Scope

This project seeks to connect the four currently operating hospitals: AFPRC (Farafenni) Hospital, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (Banjul), Bansang Hospital (Bansang) and the Sulayman Junkung-Jammeh Hospital (Bwiam). Not included in this project are primary or divisional health care facilities.

Related Other Projects

• Distance Learning Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government ICT Training Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government Local Government Project (MOLGL)

Project Time Frame

2 1/2 Years

E-Readiness

1. The Case for Change

Current Situation

There is currently a problem with communication of critical medical case information between hospitals throughout the country. Communication regarding referrals between facilities, where it exists, consists mainly of hand-written referral notes or the occasional telephone call.

Strategic Issues and Opportunities

• Effective Communication
• Reduce Morbidity/Mortality

Basic Rationale

To improve service delivery

Views of Key Stakeholders (External/Internal)

Our group's views of what these might be include:

• Improvement of communication
• Improve education of health professionals in facilities
• Facilitate access to advanced medical services for general public

2. Project Purpose and Scope

Project Purpose

To establish high-speed communication links between hospitals throughout the country providing audio, video and computer data services

This project is a priority as it gives patients easier access to medical expertise that is currently unavailable.

Project Scope

This project seeks to connect the four currently operating hospitals: AFPRC (Farafenni) Hospital, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital (Banjul), Bansang Hospital (Bansang) and the Sulayman Junkung-Jammeh Hospital (Bwiam). Not included in this project are primary or divisional health care facilities.

Related Other Projects

• Distance Learning Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government ICT Training Project (MOBSE)
• e-Government Local Government Project (MOLGL)

Project Time Frame

2 1/2 Years