Karachi: Indus Hospital Health Network (IHHN) & ChildLife Foundation have signed an MoU, for both leading nonprofit health organizations to share best practices particularly Telemedicine. Moreover, both organizations will also collaborate and develop a mechanism for patient referral at each other’s facilities. The MoU was signed by Dr. Zafar Zaidi, CEO Indus Hospital, and Dr. Ahson Rabbani, CEO ChildLife Foundation, on behalf of their organizations.

“This collaboration is a testimony of the innovative Telemedicine services ChildLife team has developed and scaled to 130+ government hospitals. We are honored to partner with Indus Hospital to share our telemedicine practices and experience, to save lives with this virtual emergency care model throughout the country. The initiative of building a process for patient-referral with IHHN is really a moment of pride, as this will allow us to spread the cause of providing free-of-cost healthcare services throughout Pakistan,” said Dr. Ahson Rabbani.

“This partnership covers sharing best practices on Telemedicine, Referral and Quality of Care. Indus Hospital provides quality healthcare absolutely free-of-cost to millions of deserving patients through its countrywide network of hospitals in Pakistan. In partnership with ChildLife Foundation, we aim to extend our reach to the untapped geographic areas of Pakistan through telemedicine, adding value to the common mission of treating the sickest and poorest ones in the country, free-of-cost,” said Dr. Zafar Zaidi, CEO Indus Hospital.