HPR registration mandatory for doctors, nurses in J-K: H&ME Dept
SRINAGAR — Department of Health and Medical Education (H&ME) on Saturday said that registration on Hospital Professional Registry (HPR) portal of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission is mandatory for doctors and nurses working in the government as well as the private sector.
H&ME Department in a tweet, as per the news agency KNO informed that HRP registration is mandatory for all doctors and nurses in both the government as well as the private sector.
“It is mandatory for all the doctors and nurses working both in the government as well as the private sector to register themselves on the (HPR) Hospital Professional Registry portal of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission,” H&ME tweeted.
“This is mandatory for those doctors and nurses who are registered with J&K Medical Council and Nursing Council respectively,” H&ME said in another tweet.
They said that registration of all hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, diagnostic labs and healthcare establishments on ABDM portals is also mandatory.
“Registration on the ABDM portal is also mandatory for all the hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, diagnostic labs and healthcare establishments rendering services to the citizens of J&K,” it tweeted.