Major Stakeholders in the Indian Healthcare System - Government

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Major Stakeholders in the Indian Healthcare System - Government

  1. 1. India – Major Stakeholders in the Healthcare System(Government)Jincy Eappen, First Year MSN, 2013-15
  2. 2. HealthcareSystemIndiaGovernmentIndustryNon-GovernmentOthersMajor Stakeholders in Indian Healthcare System
  3. 3. Major Stakeholders : Government
  4. 4. Major Stakeholders : Government“government of the people, by thepeople, for the people, shall notperish from the earth”- Abraham Lincoln
  5. 5. Major Stakeholders : Government“government of the people, by thepeople, for the people, shall notperish from the earth”- Abraham LincolnThe existence of a government itself is dependent on theexistence of its people, hence the governments stake in itspeople’s healthcare is enormous – number 1 priority
  6. 6. Major Stakeholders : Government in IndiaMinistry ofHealth (India)Department of Health &Family WelfareDepartment of HealthResearchDepartment of AIDS ControlDepartment ofAyurveda, Yoga andNaturopathy, Unani, Siddhaand Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
  7. 7. Major Stakeholders : Government in IndiaVision: Availability of quality healthcare on equitable, accessible and affordable basisacross regions and communities with special focus on under-served population andmarginalized groups.Mission:1. To establish comprehensive primary healthcare delivery system and well-functioninglinkages with secondary and tertiary care health delivery system.2. To improve maternal and child health outcomes.3. To reduce the incidence of communicable diseases and putting in place a strategy toreduce the burden of non-communicable diseases.4. To ensure a reduction in the growth rate of population with a view to achievepopulation stabilization.5. To develop the training capacity for providing human resources for health(medical, paramedical and managerial) with adequate skill mix at all levels.6. To regulate health service delivery and promote rational use of pharmaceuticals in thecountry
  8. 8. Major Stakeholders : Government in IndiaObjectives:1. Universal access to primary health care services for all sections of society with effectivelinkages to secondary and tertiary health care.2. Improving Maternal and Child health.3. Focusing on population stabilization in the country.4. Developing human resources for health to achieve health goals.5. Reducing overall disease burden of the society.6. Strengthening Secondary and Tertiary health care.7. Reducing burden of Leprosy with quality services and enhance Disability Prevention &Medical Rehabilitation(DPMR) services.
  9. 9. Major Stakeholders : Government in IndiaFunctions:1. Policy formulation on issues relating to health and family welfare sectors.2. Management of hospitals and other health institutions under the control ofDepartment of Health and Family Welfare.3. Extending support to states for strengthening their health care and family welfaresystem.4. Reducing the burden of Communicable and Non-Communicable diseases.5. Focusing on development of human resources through appropriate medical and publichealth education.6. Providing regulatory framework for matters in the Concurrent List of the Constitutionviz. medical, nursing and paramedical education, pharmaceuticals, etc.7. Formulation of guidelines on issues relating to implementation of Nation LeprosyEradication Programme & strengthening supervision and Monitoring support toStates/UTs
  10. 10. Major Stakeholders : Government in India
  11. 11. Government in India : Healthcare ActionsStrengthening of Health Infrastructure• Operationalization of 24X7 Facility atPHC levelImproving Availability of Medical HR• Deployment of ANMs• ASHA TrainingFocusing on population stabilization• Promoting Post Partum IUCD• Registration of pregnancy in firsttrimesterReducing overall disease burden• Reduce incidence of Malaria, Filaria,Leprosy, TB cases
  12. 12. Conclusion2002102202302402502602702802903002006 2007 2008 2009 2010An Example of Success : Maternal mortalityrate (deaths/100,000 live births)We have a long way to go, but we are slowing seeing success indicators.

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