TEAM NAME: CODE-HEALTH
TEAM MEMBERS:
A SILVER LINING
PRERNA CHOUDHARY APOORV ADITYA
SHUBHENDU KUMAR
DRISHTI SHARANRITU KUM...
1. Healthcare is not affordable
Solution- (1) Use of generic medicines.
(2) Each family in the society contributes a perce...
Preference of Hospitals
Private
Government
5. Unfavourable child sex ratio (914:1000 in 2011).
Solution- (1) Hermaphrodite...
KEY ELEMENTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PLANKEY ELEMENTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
SWASTHYA SAMPARK
SCHEME
GHAR KI GUDIYA YOJN...
NIROG BHARAT SCHEME
Every major education institution in the city will have a medical
outlet (Small Pharmacy). These outle...
SOURCES OF FUNDS HUMAN RESOURCES
Health Insurance: (SELF FUNDING) at low premium
rates.
Government passing Laws compelling...
WALK YOUR WAY TO AWARENESS
Youth involvement: College societies educating people about reproductive health and child
heal...
Boy
Girl
Any
Preferred gender of a child
0
50
100
Preferred Medicines
Allopathy
Homeopathy
0%
50%
100%
Use of Generic Medi...
Municipal Supervision: The
Chairperson or the Mayor
keep tabs on the on goings
of the Panchayats, keeping
them in check.
S...
Objectives Of 11th Five Year Plan:
1. Lowering maternal mortality ratio to 100/100000
live births.
2. Reducing infant mort...
1. The Hermaphrodite Spy Solution:
Public will be generally afraid of undergoing an Ultrasound and subsequently killing a ...
APPENDIX
REFERENCES & CITATIONS
1. The Constitution (Eleventh Amendment) Act,
1961 | National Portal of India : india.gov....
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  1. 1. TEAM NAME: CODE-HEALTH TEAM MEMBERS: A SILVER LINING PRERNA CHOUDHARY APOORV ADITYA SHUBHENDU KUMAR DRISHTI SHARANRITU KUMARI “To Build a New and Better Path for Recovery”
  2. 2. 1. Healthcare is not affordable Solution- (1) Use of generic medicines. (2) Each family in the society contributes a percentage of their income to a common source, to be taken out in case any member needs an expensive operation. 2. Allopathic remains more dominant: Solution: (1) Homeopathy to be introduced as an official subject in medical colleges. (2) Promoting homoeopathy instead of allopathic. 3. Low public spending on health, that is, only 1% of the GDP is spent on health care. Solution- (1) Increase In GDP up to 7% and collaboration with multinational companies for sponsorship of healthcare. (2) Banks working in association with hospitals to provide cheaper health loans. 4. High Maternal Mortality Rate(212/1,00,000 live births) Solution- Women representative : Their function shall include managing delivery , take care of nutrition post child birth as well as to report any cases of female feticide. They should be given videos of testimonials by victims and doctors. May work in co-operation with Anganwadi. MERITS 1. No disparities between poor and rich concerning health care. 2. Chronic diseases will be fully cured after the large implementation of homeopathic medicines. 3. Rural areas will be rejuvenated with better health care & facilities after the introduction of women representatives. 4. Hermaphrodites will start feeling that they have some responsibility for their society and thus they will be get a respectable position in society 5. Funds from Temples will now be properly chanellised and utilized for noble cause.
  3. 3. Preference of Hospitals Private Government 5. Unfavourable child sex ratio (914:1000 in 2011). Solution- (1) Hermaphrodites will inform government if a girl child is killed (If found guilty, offender gets stripped of property, half of which goes to the person who reports.) 6. Less use of technology: Solution- (1) Using mobile technology to provide SMS alerts for patients. (2) Making medicines available via shipping through online shopping portals like Flipkart, Ebay, etc (3) Doctors appointment taken online. (4) Telemedicines-99% of the pateints do not require operation so they can be treated by using satellite facility. (5) We should have mobile technology health records( i.e sms reminders to patients for taking medicines at proper time, appointment alerts,etc) 7. Health care not reachable. Solution: (1) Schools should have their own generic medicine store (Funding through advertisement.) ALSO, Government as a health care insurance provider not a health care provider . Government hospitals are often not hygenic or sanitary hence the government should focus on providing funds to the common mass for treatments at private centres.
  4. 4. KEY ELEMENTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PLANKEY ELEMENTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SWASTHYA SAMPARK SCHEME GHAR KI GUDIYA YOJNA Hermaphrodites in rural areas, shall work as undercover agents for the women representatives . They shall report such cases to the representatives. After investigation, if their report turns out to be true, they will be rewarded in the form of the family's property, a portion of which will be confiscated by the Government. Before implementing this plan, campaigns against foeticides shall be organized and everyone shall be informed about the consequences of violating the Law. Hermaphrodites will also inform when a woman is pregnant in the village so that they are taken care of (including food, medicines, antenatal care) properly by the nearby CHCs under the eye of their women representatives. Apart from them, any common man can report such a case by calling in to the 24x7 toll free medical helpline number, the caller also being rewarded if case found true. BETHEL GRANT SCHEME There are many religious places in India with hundreds of crores as their income on a monthly basis. Apart from cash, this money is stored in form of various assets. According to Wealth Act of India and Indian Act, 1961, 1% of it should be given as a tax. We increase it to 2% and then utilize the funds generated to open 1000 new PHCs and 3000 new CHCs across India covering the North-Eastern states along with Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Gujarat and Rajasthan which need them the most. There will be a 24x7 toll-free medical helpline across India. Each state capital, having its own call centre with about representatives from each state. This helpline number will provide details about the best hospitals in the area, confirmation about medicines and treatments suggested by doctors
  5. 5. NIROG BHARAT SCHEME Every major education institution in the city will have a medical outlet (Small Pharmacy). These outlets will be rich in Generic medicines, Ayurvedic and Homeopathic medicines. 3000 such medical outlets will be opened covering 640 districts of India. In case a doctor is not available, then free prescriptions can be obtained by calling in the 24x7 toll free medical helpline .
  6. 6. SOURCES OF FUNDS HUMAN RESOURCES Health Insurance: (SELF FUNDING) at low premium rates. Government passing Laws compelling Major Temples to donate a percentage of their income. Sponsorship at tertiary hospitals from Multinational companies. Banks advertising in hospitals in return for lower interest rates in that particular hospital. Skilled health workers : More number of nurses at primary hospitals. Medical Graduates: Strictly monitor donation at leading Hospitals and Colleges. Medical and surgical specialists should be given more importance at primary hospitals as well. Opening up Nurse Training facilities in off-land rural areas to ensure proper HealthCare Increase GDP’s expenditure on health to 7% . Increase excise duty on tobaccos : This will help increase the fund and health of people as well. Increase FDI : Foreign companies which set up outlets in India should be required to pay more tax in the form Foreign Development Index. An organization to monitor the hiring as well as management and the dismissal of its employees at Health Centre, which includes routine checks if they are being treated properly. A toll-free Helpline Number to be introduced which will dish out information about the various medicines and prescription drugs, along with the location of the nearest Health Care Centre suitable for the ailment.
  7. 7. WALK YOUR WAY TO AWARENESS Youth involvement: College societies educating people about reproductive health and child health through Nukkad and rallies.  Educational boards should keep a mandatory subject for sex education. Concept of Social Security Number should be introduced, solely for the purpose of Health issues and emergencies. Woman representatives in every village for pregnancy and child care. Sarpanch should report to Municipal Corporation to decide mandatory topics to be discussed in Panchayats. Government organised Health Camps . STAKEHOLDERS PHARMA COMPANIES INSURERS POLITICIANS BUSINESS PEOPLE HOSPITAL ASSISTANT PUBLIC
  8. 8. Boy Girl Any Preferred gender of a child 0 50 100 Preferred Medicines Allopathy Homeopathy 0% 50% 100% Use of Generic Medicines NO YES Source: Self survey conducted over 500 people in Bhubaneswar, Orissa. THE SURVEY SCRUTINY India’s GDP in BRICS Countries TEMPLES TREASURY (INR) POTENTIAL DONATION PADMANABHASWAMY 1 LAC CRORE 2000 CRORE TIRUPATI BALAJI 650 CRORE 13.5 CRORE SHIRDI SAI BABA 350 CRORE 7 CRORE SIDDHIVINAYAK 320 CRORE 6.4 CRORE
  9. 9. Municipal Supervision: The Chairperson or the Mayor keep tabs on the on goings of the Panchayats, keeping them in check. Social Security Number: Each person is given a unique number solely for the purpose of Health and related problems. There are acres of land in the Government’s hands in the form of unrequited or barren stretch of open land which can be used for construction. Infrastructure is at its weakest in Rural areas. More primary Health Care Centers should be opened in rural sectors. Increase in GDP relating to HealthCare, causing an increase in funding for the sector. Wealth Tax Act: Introduced in the Indian Act 1961 under Income Tax Act, this Act requires individuals with personal assets more than Rs. 30 Lakhs to pay a separate tax. As of yet, trusts and partnership funds are NOT included in the scheme. The Law should be modified to include them. (Temples like Tirupathi, Shirdi, Sidhdhivinayak, Padmanabhswamy, etc come under this category.) CHALLENGES FACED Legal: Temples refuse to give funds Political: Panchayat Level Corruption Social: Domestic Violence Environment: Deforestation Technology: Less Equipment Economic: Shortage of Funds
  10. 10. Objectives Of 11th Five Year Plan: 1. Lowering maternal mortality ratio to 100/100000 live births. 2. Reducing infant mortality ratio to 28/1000 live births. 3. Reducing malnutrition among children to half. 4. Anemia among women and girls . 5.Raising child sex ratio for girls group from 0-6 years to 935. Failure of 11th 5 year plan: 1. Low public spending on health .(1% of GDP) 2. High –out-of pockets payments(71%) leading to impoverishment. 3. High Levels of malnutrition among children. 4. High infant mortality (47/1000 live births). 5.Maternal Mortality (212/100000 live births). Objectives Of 12th Five Year Plan: 1. Total health expenditure raised to 2.5% of GDP by the end of 12th Plan. 2. Reduction in Infant Mortality Rate to 25. 3. Raising child sex ratio in the 0-6 years age group from 914 to 950. 4. Decrease the number of malnutrition children under 3 years. 5. Prevention and Reduction of anemia among women aged15-49 years to 28%. 6. Reduction of Maternal Mortality Ratio to 100. Why The 12th Five Year Plan is Likely To Fail: 1. There is a huge gap b/w demands & supply in health expenditure granted by Indian GDP. 2.Health Insurance schemes are obscure & lack popularity. 3.Nunmber of health centers are meager & distant from each other. 4. Shortfall of medical specialists. 5. Lineancy in laws which deal with corruption in this field.Laws should be made stern to ensure doctors Should think before indulging in corruption.
  11. 11. 1. The Hermaphrodite Spy Solution: Public will be generally afraid of undergoing an Ultrasound and subsequently killing a girl child. As a result, Child Sex Ratio will increase. 2. Women Representative Solution: This will result in Woman Empowerment, giving confidence and opportunities to women. Also, it will help the pregnant women to give birth to a healthy child and take care of them post birth. 3. Generic Medicine Awareness Solution: Since these medicines are far cheaper than the branded ones in the market, it will increase the savings of the common man. Also will decrease the out-of-pocket expenditure over HealthCare. (For instance, the USA in 2010 alone, saved $158 Billion in prescription costs by increasing the use of generic medicines) 4. Telemedicine Solution: Patients will save travel time and expenses. HealthCare will reach remote rural areas, also, they will miss fewer hours of work. Hospitals will also save money from outsourcing specialty physicians. 5. Temple Solution: This will result in increase in funding for HealthCare without any prior expenditure, with immediate consequences. 6. Sponsorship /Advertisement Solution: The hospitals will receive direct funds from various multinational companies/ Banks for advertising in their campus. The Banks in turn will provide lower Health Loan for that particular hospital and the Multinational Companies will give monetary grants to the institute.
  12. 12. APPENDIX REFERENCES & CITATIONS 1. The Constitution (Eleventh Amendment) Act, 1961 | National Portal of India : india.gov.in 2. HEALTH CARE IN INDIA - VISION 2020 – R. SRINIVASAN 3. Satyamev Jayate – Does Health Care Need Healing? 4. Union Budget and Economic Survey . Budget Highlights. 5. NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH MISSION retrieved from http://nrhmrajasthan.nic.in/HealthFacalities.htm 6. https://www.wikipedia.org
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