What is ORS Full form of ORS is Online Registration System. It is a part of Digital India program initiated by Indian Govt. under the Electronics & Information Technology department of the Ministry of Communications & IT. The aim of Online Registration System is to provide Aadhaar based online counter based registration and appointment to Govt. hospital OPD through Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) as well as to get online lab reports & blood availability in various government hospitals throughout the whole country.
If patient has a mobile number registered with Unique Identification Authority of India, UIDAI, online OTP appointment in various departments of hospitals will be based on eKYC data of Aadhar number otherwise appointment will be against patient's name as appeared in Aadhar card. While a new patient will take an appointment, appointment number along with Unique Health Identification (UHID) number will be provided. But only appointment number will be provided in case patient's Aadhaar number is already linked to his / her UHID number so that UHID number remains same.
Users have to visit official website first for OTP appointment or checking of their medical reports or blood availability, whatever they want. Rest step by step procedures for all activities have been provided below.
Online registration procedure for OTP appointment with / without Aadhar
How to check lab. Reports
How to get blood availability
How to view / print / pay / cancel an appointment
Mobile app In addition to the online portal, eHospital Online Registration can also be done using mobile app. The app can be downloaded either from https://apps.mgov.gov.in/descp.do?appid=864 or from Google Play Store.
Helpdesk In case users have any further queries regarding Online Registration System, they may send mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Though the author has given elaborate details about how to book OPD appointments , check lab details and also blood availability at the blood banks attached to government hospitals, but what I feel is that nothing can match the personal visit to the government hospitals at the first hour to take appointments at the general counter and have all details. Every government hospital is functioning from early morning but on some days certain doctors won't come and this information is not given on online bookings. Moreover a personal visit shall ensure quick and easy access to doctors and lab facilities and nowadays, with payment of user charges, certain tests are done immediately without even taking appointments. And the government doctors in the guise of going for rounds at the wards would see only few patients in the morning and those who are physically present in the queues are obliged and others are asked to visit his private clinic somewhere in the city.