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The Equation

HEATHCARE MANAGEMENT helps in


Increasing Longevity by improving Mortality Rates (IMR) and Death tolls.
Allowing people to carry on their work without physical ailments, thus
increasing their productivity.

Policy making.
Creating awareness and disseminating information about prevention of
HIV/AIDS, TB, cancer, Hepatitis etc.
Prevention of of drugs and alcohol abuse especially in children.
Engaging in relief and welfare programs and rehab programs
Promoting mental wellness.

The Prosperity Equation

Healthy
India

Prosperous
=
India!

Indian Society at a glance

Government as Healthcare Vendor to its citizens


Primary or Sole Provider of Health Care
Universal Health Policy
Bridging gap between Rich and Poor
Major disease control (Prevention and Cure)
Drafting Health Policy like five year plans, National Health policy,
NRHM
Run nutrition programs (mid-day meal ), insurance schemes.
Immunisation (eg. Polio .do boondh zindgi ki)
Collaborate with International organisations (WHO, Red
Cross,USAID, UNICEF, Medecins Sans Frontieres), State govt
and NGOs.

Govt. Policy for Healthcare & Social Development


National Health Policy (1983, 2002)
Central Government Health Scheme
providing comprehensive medical care facilities to Central Government
employees, pensioners and their dependents.

CGHS Dispensaries / polyclinics is the backbone of this program

Employee State Insurance Scheme

Full medical care for self and dependants,


Cash benefits in times of physical distress due to sickness, temporary or
permanent disablement etc. resulting in loss of earning capacity

Govt. Policy for Healthcare & Social Development


Rashtriya Swastha Bima Yojna
Below Poverty Line (BPL) family holding a yellow ration card pays Rs.30
registration fee to get a biometric-enabled smart card containing their
fingerprints and photographs.
This enables them to receive inpatient medical care of up to Rs.30,000
National Program for Healthcare of Elderly
Dealing with provisions for medical care of Senior Citizen.
Include health promotion, preventive services, diagnosis and management
of geriatric medical problems (out- and in-patient), day care services,
rehabilitative services and home based care as needed.

Govt. Policy for Healthcare & Social Development

Integrated Child Development Services


To tackle malnutrition and health problems in children below 6 years of
age and their mothers
Reduce instances of mortality, malnutrition and school dropouts among
Indian children
Carry out immunization, Supplementary nutrition, Health checkup, Preschool non formal education, Nutrition and Health information

National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)


Accredited Social Health Activists & Health care contractors
Rogi Kalyan Samiti (Patient Welfare Committee
Health care contractors
Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY)
National Mobile Medical Units (NMMUs)
National Ambulance Services
Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakarm (JSSK)
Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK)
Free Drugs and Free Diagnostic Service
District Hospital and Knowledge Center (DHKC)
National Iron+ Initiative

Population Coverage Under Health Schemes

Other Social Welfare Programs

Nasha Mukti Abhiyaan ( Drug


Abuse,Tobacco /Alcohol Addiction &

Other Social Welfare Programs

Nukkad Nataks, Roadshows, Village Campaign


(swaasth shivir)

Other Social Welfare Programs

Through Public broadcasting like Hello Health and


TV mediums like Care World

Problems of HEALTHCARE IN INDIA


Poor implementation of the public health programs.
Economic deprivation in a large segment of population.
Poor educational status.
Lack of environmental sanitation and safe drinking water,
Under-nutrition, poor living conditions, and
Limited access to preventive and curative health services.
Gender inequality and explosive growth of population.
Expenditure on health by the Government continues to be low.
States under financial constraints cut expenditure on health.
Lack of trained Healthcare professionals especially in rural areas.

Possible REFORMS IN Health industry


Innovation in healthcare (partnership amongst pharmaceutical
companies (Generic and Research driven), Government of India,
NGOs and other stakeholders)

Innovative business models (PPP, social entrepreneurship or


patient assistance programs)

Focusing on Health Insurance penetration. (reduce financial


burden)

Lack of awareness (identify symptoms of the diseases, its


repercussions and complications and finally the treatment available)

Thank You ! THE END


The health of people is the foundation upon

which all their happiness and all their powers


as a state depend
Benjamin

Disraeli, British Prime Minister.