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AIIMS Jodhpur partners Microsoft India for digital innovation in health services

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Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, union minister for Jal Shakti said, “India is leading the way in accelerating digital transformation in healthcare.

We have a tremendous opportunity to provide reliable, safe, healthcare services and solutions to every part of India with technology.

This collaboration between AIIMS Jodhpur and Microsoft is a strong step in that direction, and I look forward to creating a strong healthcare ecosystem in the country with technologies like mixed reality." The joint initiative is an extension of the government’s ongoing engagement to transform the last-mile delivery of world-class healthcare services in India using innovative and advanced technology platforms.

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