Developing digital platforms is a breakthrough solution to accelerate digital transformation
On May 17, 2022, in Hanoi, the Ministry of Information and Communications (TT&TT) held a launching ceremony in response to the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day in combination with the announcement of the platform meeting the digital platform criteria. serving people in 2022.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) takes May 17 – the founding day of the ITU as World Telecommunication and Information Society Day. May 17 is annually held by ITU, and at the same time, it launches member countries to respond with practical activities to propagate and raise public awareness about the role of telecommunications, information technology and technology. information and emerging digital technologies in all activities of economic and social life.
This year, with the theme “Digital technologies for older adults and healthy aging”, ITU calls and focuses efforts and initiatives to promote access to digital technologies and platforms for young people. elderly population, in order to close the generation and age gap and support a healthier aging process.
This is not only a moral responsibility for the elderly community (more than a billion people around the world) to have the opportunity to participate and actively contribute to the digital transformation, but also an essential issue for the well-being of the elderly. global prosperity and sustainability.
Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Phan Tam welcomed the message of ITU Secretary General and said that this message is in line with Vietnam’s stance on digital transformation.
“Developing a digital economy is about making people richer, developing a digital society is about helping people be happier, participate in more comprehensive activities, and enjoy more favorable social security policies.” Deputy Minister Tam said.
The Deputy Minister also emphasized that developing digital platforms is a breakthrough solution to accelerate the digital transformation process, develop digital government, digital economy and digital society. The Ministry of Information and Communications has promulgated the Criteria Framework, established a Council and a process for piloting a Vietnamese digital platform capable of being widely deployed to serve the people.
At the ceremony, the Ministry of Information and Tradition coordinated with relevant agencies to evaluate and announce the VOV Bacsi24 online medical examination and treatment consulting platform meeting the criteria of a digital platform to serve people in 2022. Through this platform, people are connected with medical experts, with doctors of hospitals and can receive health advice anytime, anywhere, whenever there is a need.
In April 2020, this application was announced by the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Health and the Voice of Vietnam to serve free of charge to domestic people as well as overseas Vietnamese during the Covid-19 epidemic in Vietnam. Vietnam.
The VOV Bacsi24 platform has concretized the initiative of “one doctor for each citizen” outlined in the National Digital Transformation Program.
During the 2 years of the Covid-19 pandemic, VOV Bacsi24 has become an important utility, promptly supporting health care for people from afar, especially people in lockdown areas, unable to go to the hospital. periodic examination.
In response to May 17, on behalf of the Leaders of the Ministry of Information and Communications, Deputy Minister Phan Tam called on agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals to continue to join hands to develop and quickly popularize information technology. The digital platform serves people’s needs, especially for the elderly and healthy aging process, under the Decade of Healthy Aging program launched by the World Health Organization and the United Nations.
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