Several government organisations are assisting the hospital in reintroducing digital patient care services: NIMHANS, Delhi

AIIMS server is down even after 40 hours, according to a statement released by AIIMS Delhi . Admitted, discharge, and transfer of patients will be carried out manually at the hospital .

New Delhi, India, November 24: In a statement released by AIIMS Delhi, several government agencies are supporting the hospital in returning digital patient care services after the AIIMS web portals server went offline on Wednesday.The AIIMS server is down even after 40 hours, according to a statement released by AIIMS Delhi.Several government departments are investigating the situation and assisting AIIMS in bringing back digital patient care services.According to the release, we expect to be able to resume the affected activities immediately.

AIIMS Delhi also stopped internet service on Thursday.AIIMS released a new set of Standard operating procedures (SOP), which states that admission, discharge, and transfer of patients will be carried out manually at the hospital until the E-Hospital is down.AIIMS, New Delhi, will handle admission, discharge, and transfer on a manual basis.The hospital claimed that the indent must be performed manually.

It also said that only urgent samples must be sent and that with completed forms.It was revealed earlier today that AIIMS's server was offline.It was only urgent investigations that were sent with reports as per the working committee's directive.The server at AIIMS has been down since 7 a.m. on Wednesday, and the staff have been manually organising the OPD and sample collection.

All these services are currently in manual mode.The AIIMS national informatics center (NIC) team has been alerted that this could be a ransomware attack that is being investigated by appropriate law enforcement authorities.AIIMS said in a statement that steps are being taken to restore the network services and that support is being sought from the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) and the National Informatics Center (NIC).According to the statement, the hospital services are still operating on manual mode as of 7.30 pm.

However, those who do not have a Unique Health Identifier are facing difficulties in this respect.According to the study, the administration is also facing challenges in the admission and discharge of patients.

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