Railway employees who are currently serving or have been retired will be able to avail healthcare at 125 railway and 133 private recognized hospitals. The Kaizala Group, managed by doctors from South Central Railways will feature dedicated groups of doctors, paramedical staffs, and nurses.
Employees will be able to book appointments with doctors, share diagnostic lab results directly with their doctors and save a digital record in ‘Me Chat’. The app will also allow employees to access key announcements, share their feedback to improve the quality of medical service with built-in action cards.
Kaizala app already establishes communication with the employees through Indian Railway including achievement bulletins, educative bulletins and informative bulletins to make the employees aware of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, general first aid, immunization, and vaccination.
According to Microsoft, doctors on the app will be able to view the medical history of an employee, pull out their case sheets and aid them in taking timely medicines.
“Microsoft Kaizala is a simple and secure chat-based app for work. It offers organizations to easily connect with everyone in their organization and beyond in a simple way to share data for insightful decision making and gives employees an easy-to-use solution for efficient collaboration and improved productivity. Powered by Microsoft’s trusted cloud platform, mobility, and enterprise security, Microsoft Kaizala is a perfect fit for the unique needs of one of India’s largest job creator. We are optimistic that our experience of working with large scale customers across private and government sectors will help us serve millions of railway employees effectively” said Rajiv Kumar, Corporate Vice President, Experiences & Devices Group, Microsoft.
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