Updates on the Project with the Tunisian Government – Mosaique Fm
Achref Ammar, a student in the UK, presented a project of a major technological contribution to the Ministry of Health.
This project consists of digitizing the management of waiting lines and the flow of patients in hospitals in order to stop the movement of patients from disadvantaged areas and far away to the capital, according to him. It is even a way to limit the phenomenon of corruption, the patient can register on a platform without having to resort to the favors of anyone.
This project, funded by the University of Essex, which granted Achref Ammar an entrepreneur visa, was proposed to the Ministry of Health which in turn gave him 50,000 dinars for the start of a pilot solution.
“Everything was going well, the project was received with a lot of enthusiasm,” says Achref, adding: “… except that it lacked the decision-making and concretization of the idea in practical terms.
The student presents, indeed, free of charge a revolutionary platform in the sector of the health, in particular, which could have cost millions to Tunisia. “I also pledge to transfer skills so that the ministry does not depend on me,” he said.
A blocking that lasts for about 4 months on the administrative level despite the establishment of a convention and a contract and the feasibility of the project at the legal level.
You can listen to the intervention of Achref Ammar in the following video:
طالب تونسي في بريطانيا يقترح حلول تكنولوجية مجانا لوزارة الصحة، و التعقيدات الإدارية تعطل المشروع
Gepostet von Dezz J'aime By Mosaique FM am Freitag, 15. März 2019
This article is published in French by Mosaique Fm (number 1 radio station in Tunisia), the original article can be found here: https://www.mosaiquefm.net/fr/actualite-national-tunisie/513071/sante-tergiversation-autour-d-un-projet