Cervical Cancer has become one of the most common cancer in women and in most cases, deaths are occurred due to the absence of diagnosis whereas the death of patient could be cured if identified at early stage.
SAP is taking a big part in the digitization of cervical cancer screening in Kenya, Heidelberg University Hospital is collaborating with SAP in these.
The digitation would ease the whole process of screening, would increase the efficiency like saving a lot of time and resources. Also, digitized records will be accessible to authorized medical professionals on personal computers, even on tablets and smart mobiles, which will reduce time spent in the accessing paper based information process.
Using SAP HANA Cloud Platform and applications designed for healthcare, SAP would provide a record system where all the information about patients diagnosed for cervical cancer system. Still, the company is assessing the challenges in deploying this.