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ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
ICTPH Introductory Presentation
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  • 1. Rural Health Care
  • 2. The Context Availability Accessibility Affordability
  • 3. HLEG Delivering a package of services at the primary, secondary and tertiary level Seeking Solutions Organizing the primary care sector (corporatized approach) Breadth of services Referral Mechanisms – Continuum of Care Prepayment Mechanisms – Insurance vs. Capitation fee
  • 4. The Partnership
  • 5. Our Strategy InfrastructureHuman Resources Interventions Financing
  • 6. Our Strategy InfrastructureHuman Resources Interventions Financing
  • 7. Local Presence Catchment Population – 10,000 people Human Resource – Doctor, Extension Worker Technology – Internet, Computers, H MIS, Blood CollectionProtocol driven evidence based screening and care
  • 8. Enrollment & Risk Screening DAY 1 DAY 3Demographic (GPS) + Family Composition Adult Risk Profiling
  • 9. Enrollment & Risk ScreeningCommunity based exercise
  • 10. Enrollment & Risk Screening  Demography – Address with pre- populated street and village details  Household Geo-tag  Family Composition – Members, Age, Relationship Risk Screening: Height, Weight, WC, HC, BP, Smoking & Alcohol Habits, Pregnancy Status, Sudden Wt. Loss, Family & Personal History GPS Enabled Android Mobile Phones
  • 11. Community Risk Profile
  • 12. Identification Bar-coded Identity Cards
  • 13. HMIS Web-based Patient- physician Interaction Supply Chain Management
  • 14. Our Strategy InfrastructureHuman Resources Interventions Financing
  • 15. Health Extension Worker Screening Patient Management Follow-up
  • 16. The Physician Patient Management Community Engagement Wellness TrackingAYUSH physician based training and certification model
  • 17. Comprehensive Solution Drugs
  • 18. Our Strategy InfrastructureHuman Resources Interventions Financing
  • 19. CVD Risk Factor Screening BMI WHR BP Family History Personal HistoryHigh risk patients recommended detailed blood work-up
  • 20. Screening for Refractive Errors Myopia Hyperopia Presbyopia Cataract
  • 21. Accessible Solutions Dispensing Glasses
  • 22. Diagnostics Blood Collection Hub & Spoke Movement
  • 23. Diagnostics Analysis at Hub
  • 24. Primary Care Dentistry Screening Scaling ART
  • 25. Women’s Health Awareness Cervical Screening STD Management
  • 26. Our Strategy InfrastructureHuman Resources Interventions Financing
  • 27. 15,814 15,000 Arunthavapuram (May 14, 2012) 12,359 Ponnapur (April 12, 2012)Number of Patient Visits 10,000 Okkanadu Melaiyur (February 01, 2012) 8,854 Kavarapattu (December 05, 2011) 5,000 5,069 Andipatti (May 02, 2011) 3,479 Karambayam (September 06, 2010) Alakkudi (November 09, 2009) 1,797 434 0 Sep-09 Mar-10 Sep-10 Mar-11 Sep-11 Mar-12 Time line
  • 28. Number of Patient Visits 15,000 5,000 10,000 0 Sep-09 Mar-10 434 PLSP Sep-10 CVD Intervention Mar-11Time line 1,797 Vision Intervention RRA 3,479 Dental Intervention Sep-11 5,069 Cervical Intervention 8,854 Mar-12 12,359 15,814
  • 29. Number of Patient Visits 15,000 5,000 10,000 0 Sep-09 Mar-10 434 PLSP Sep-10 CVD Intervention Mar-11Time line 1,797 Vision Intervention RRA 3,479 Dental Intervention Sep-11 5,069 Cervical Intervention 8,854 Mar-12 12,359 HLEG 15,814
  • 30. HealthCare Financing Way Forward – Managed Care Preventive Primary Secondary/Tertiary Hospitalization User Fees Insurance Managed Healthcare (HMO)
  • 31. Thank You

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