The woman aiming to transform healthcare sector in Cambodia
by KhmerLife on Mar 29, 2019
First Womentech Asia's founder and CEO Pong Limsan.
Though we now live in a digital age, it is not uncommon to see nurses handwriting information or browsing physical files on the shelf searching for information in hospitals and private clinics across Cambodia.
But with the technology that is on offer today, this is far from efficient. This is where the Peth Yoeung system, developed by First Womentech Asia, comes in.
The web-based hospital operating management system helps the hospital work flow process, ranging from patient management, health records, appointments to pharmacy, stock management, as well as income and expenses.
The system's groundbreaking features, combined with the predominantly female team behind its design and development, are the reason why First Womentech Asia's founder and CEO Pong Limsan won an award at Cambodia's Women in Tech Awards as part of the inaugural Digital Cambodia 2019 ceremony.
The event, held at Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh on March 15, was one of the Kingdom's biggest tech events to date and was organised by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.
This year's awards focused on the theme Cambodian Women for Digital Transformation, and of 36 female candidates, Limsan was awarded the Cambodian Woman ICT Entrepreneur Award for her work with First Womentech Asia.
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