New platform to care for workers

Social Security Organisation (Socso) has reimplemented its Health Screening Programme (HSP) to better protect workers.

The free programme for Socso contributors was introduced in 2013 but was temporarily suspended from April 1, 2020 to 31 May, 2022 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The improved version of the programme, resumed on June 1, will use a new platform known as Sehati that includes a mobile application for employees and a portal for service panels such as clinics, laboratories and mammogram centres.

The Sehati app has interesting health-related functions and offers a simple health screening management function under HSP.

Employees can now check their HSP eligibility, make appointments for health screening at panel clinics and access test results.

The app also has a health diary module that allows employees to record their health data for better self-monitoring.

HSP is open to employees with citizen status aged 40 and above, and who contribute to Socso under the Disability Scheme.

Free health screening is also offered to employees aged 30 to 39 who have health risks.Those who want to check their eligibility and undergo a health screening can register by downloading the Healthy mobile app on Google Play Store or Apple App Store.

HSP service panels can use the Sehati portal to enjoy better management facilities covering appointments, online advisory services, records and segregation of payments directly to clinics, laboratories and mammogram centres.

All service panels are encouraged to make the transition from the previously used Sehat portal to the Sehati portal.

They need only log in to the Sehat portal to get the access code and follow the instructions to move to the Sehati portal.

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