MillenniumIT ESP teams up with MJF Charitable Foundation | Sunday Observer

MillenniumIT ESP teams up with MJF Charitable Foundation

Director and Chief Operating Officer, MillenniumIT ESP, Dr. Sajeeva Narangoda and Dilhan C. Fernando, CEO of Dilmah Ceylon Tea Company and Director of MJF Charitable Foundation exchanging the partnership.
Director and Chief Operating Officer, MillenniumIT ESP, Dr. Sajeeva Narangoda and Dilhan C. Fernando, CEO of Dilmah Ceylon Tea Company and Director of MJF Charitable Foundation exchanging the partnership.

Digitally connects children with special needs to health and education services:

MillenniumIT ESP, a Systems Integrator and Information Systems provider has launched? HealthVision, a remote patient assessment and monitoring solution, for? MJF Charitable Foundation (MJFCF) set up by Dilmah Tea founder Merrill J. Fernando.

The MJF centres will use HealthVision in their Disability unit which comprises the Rainbow Centre and the National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and other Developmental Disorders (NCCCPDD). MillenniumIT ESP is working with Microsoft Sri Lanka through their philanthropy arm which donated Microsoft Azure services to deploy HealthVision at MJFCF.?

HealthVision is a web-enabled, mobile responsive, intuitive platform for medical personnel to connect with their patients remotely.

At the MJF Charitable Foundation, HealthVision will enable medical personnel and caregivers to connect with children that have Cerebral Palsy and other developmental disorders from across Sri LankaDirector, MillenniumIT ESP, Murali Prakash said, “With the assistance of HealthVision, a remote monitoring e-solution, charitable institutions such as MJF Foundation can now monitor children in their care from a distant location expanding the reach of much need therapeutic services for children and adults who are differently abled.”

HealthVision will help medical personnel and caregivers to communicate with special needs children and their parents or caretakers through video, audio and chat facilities.

CEO of Dilmah and Director of MJFCF and NCCPDD, Dilhan C. Fernando, “The MJF Centres around Sri Lanka work with over 400 children daily. However, there is an estimate of 40,000 children with Cerebral Palsy living in Sri Lanka.”

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