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Know the Health Status of Mumbai.

Know the Health Status of Mumbai.

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  • Report onThe STATE of HEALTH of MUMBAI Supported by FORD FOUNDATION MADHU MEHTA FOUNDATION 1
  • Part 1Data from (160) Municipal Dispensaries, (24) Municipal Hospitals and (4) State Hospitals 2
  • Sensitive Diseases/Ailments 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Malaria 23,317 39,898 78,448 39,828 Diarrhoea 81,321 116,295 125,999 99,839 Hypertension 28,337 32,469 38,388 25,518 Tuberculosis 31,510 29,692 32,383 29,878 Diabetes 23,777 23,838 22,493 21,264 Typhoid 8,288 4,220 6,557 7,561 Hepatitis B 990 444 547 931 Dengue 682 866 1,403 1,879 Cholera 96 124 236 178 % Increase from 2008-09 as base year for total cases 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Malaria 100 171 336 171 Diarrhoea 100 143 155 123Hypertension 100 115 135 90Tuberculosis 100 94 103 95 Diabetes 100 100 95 89 Typhoid 100 51 79 91 Hepatitis B 100 45 55 94 Dengue 100 127 206 276 Cholera 100 129 246 185 3
  • Part 2Data based on Household survey of 15,191 respondents across the city of Mumbai 4
  • Estimated Citizens using private dispensaries/hospitals Provisional Population Estimated citizens using Estimated citizens using 2011 private facilities (in %) private facilities (in numbers) Total 1,24,32,830 75.51% 93,88,030More than 75% of citizens in Mumbai use private health care facilities. 5
  • Estimated percentage of Annual Family Income spent on hospital/medical costs Amount spent from total income In % (in %) 4.26 More than 30% More than 30% of 7.15 21% to 30 % households spend 11% or more of their annual 18.97 11% to 20% income on 38.92 6% to 10% hospital/medical costs. 30.7 Less than 5% 100 Total• Hospitalised Indians spend more than 58% of annual income on medical costs.• Over 25% hospitalised Indians fall below poverty lines because of medical costs (Source: NRHM Website) 6
  • Medical Insurance Coverage In % Respondents having medical insurance 20.45 Respondents not having medical insurance 79.55 Total 100Only 10% Indians have medical insurance and it covers only hospitalisation costs (mainly forchronic diseases) and not expenses incurred for OPD (Out Patient) or drugs (Source: NRHMWebsite) 5
  • Estimated Occurrence of Diseases/Ailments for the year 2011-12 Estimated Households Total Estimated Diseases/Ailments suffering from the Cases disease/ailment (in %) Diabetes 274,957 10.4 % Malaria 392,378 14.8 % Tuberculosis 63,227 2.4 % Hypertension 78,635 3% Cancer 39,583 1.5 % 8
  • Red FlagsOver 3.8 Lakh Mumbaikars suffered from Malaria last yearOver 2.7 Lakh Mumbaikars suffered from Diabetes63,227 citizens of Mumbai were prone to the life threatening Tuberculosis80% Mumbaikars do not have health insurance30% of Mumbaikars spend more than 11% of annual income on medical costsPublic Health Surveillance (Health Information System) is inadequateGovernment focus is more on tertiary healthcare & not on primary healthcare 9