WHEN look at some of the lifestyle of Malaysian society at present, is not an exaggeration to say they do not have time to be concerned about my health care.There are some who think the examination health is only required when the level of impaired health. Therefore, they also thought that health care tip also important to explore because it is general knowledge only. Realizing the situation that are likely to affect the health of some people in the country, telecommunications company Maxis Berhad. (Maxis) took the initiative to work with cardiovascular and thoracic medical center National Heart Institute (IJN) in providing medical guidance to the user network. Through it, users Maxis obtain health care services with particular reference to the heart through mobile technology that are likely to bring awareness to all online customers are. According to the Joint Chief Operating Officer of Maxis, suren J. Amarasekera, IJN will act as the main information provider in relation to heart health and the information transmitted by experts from the institutions themselves. He said, customers only need to access the service from a mobile phone that has the characteristics of short message service (SMS), smart device or web page. “For customers who are interested in getting tips on heart health, they can subscribe to from Maxis and will enjoy the facility through SMS at all three times a week. ” In addition, for customers who have a smart phone, they can access important information related to heart health for free via download new smart phone applications myHealthyHeart. he said when launching the application in the capital recently. Also present were the Chairman of Maxis Berhad, Tan Sri Arshad Uda. suren said the public has the opportunity to get a variety of heart health related information through the web access portal to health visit health.mylaunchpad.com.my . Besides, he said, Maxis will also contribute about 10 percent of the emissions from the SMS service to the IJN Foundation for patient assistance programs.
Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the IJN, Assoc. Datuk Dr. Mohd. Jacob Azhari hope this service will benefit the people of Malaysia in efforts to improve their lifestyles.“This cooperation is seen as being able to achieve its objectives for both organizations with the capacity and specialization are complementary.
“In addition, the presence of a smart partnership is that it could improve the welfare of the public in line with the latest smart technology continuity,” he said.