Kathmandu, Feb. 25: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population Upendra Yadav left for New Delhi, the capital city of India, on Sunday evening to attend the fourth conference of 'Global Digital Health Partnership'.
The conference will bring together health ministers, health policy makers and experts from 60 countries across the globe to discuss the information technologies adopted in health sector, shared the Ministry of Health and Population.
The three-day conference will also discuss on the policy environment of different countries in providing health services, medical systems, fact-based assessment, cyber security, access to health services for all and the role of information technology towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals, the ministry informed. RSS
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