Taihan Electric Wire said on Sept. 24 that it has won a "project to build a health information exchange platform" from Mongolia's Ministry of Health.
As part of the "e-health project" to introduce an ICT-based cutting-edge medical system to improve Mongolia's medical environment, the project is to establish a platform to share patient care information at five specialized medical institutions designated by the Mongolian Ministry of Health. BIT Computer, a smart medical company, will carry out the project together.
This project is an Official Development Assistance (ODA) project funded by the World Bank. As Taihan Electric Wire has won the World Bank's business for the first time, additional orders are also expected.
Taihan Electric Wire successfully established all communication solutions such as hospital information and telemedicine system at NDTC, Mongolia's first diagnostic hospital, last year.
"We are expanding our competitiveness in various infrastructure development projects, including not only power and telecommunication technologies, but also in the medical sector," a Taihan Electric Wire official said.
"Based on this performance, we will actively participate in ODA of international organizations to create synergy with our main industry, the wire industry."
Taihan Electric Wire formed a dedicated organization in the early 2000s in line with the revitalization of overseas infrastructure projects through ODA, carried out related projects, and successfully completed projects to establish optical cable infrastructure and e-government networks in Mongolia, Senegal, and Mali.