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Fund management in public health centre

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deals with how funds are managed in a public health center in India....... my community medicine seminar 2013 during internship....

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Fund management in public health centre

  1. 1. Fund Management in PHC Vinaya S Uthara Elsa Mathew Vishnu Ambareesh M S
  2. 2. FUNDS • PLAN FUNDS • NRHM FUNDS
  3. 3. PLAN FUNDS • State government releases funds to panchayats after block level Expert Committees have appraised and the District Planning Committees (DPC) have approved their plans.
  4. 4. • In order to ensure the overall thrust of the State plan, certain guidelines and broad bands of maximum and minimum percentage share of investments in the local plans are indicated for the productive (40–50%), service (30–40%) and infrastructure sectors (10–30%)
  5. 5. NRHM FUNDS
  6. 6. Untied Funds for CHC / 24 x 7 PHC / Primary Health Centres ` As per NRHM, every Sub Centre, PHC, & CHC are eligible to get a fixed amount as untied funds for local health action
  7. 7. objective To increase functional, administrative and financial resources and autonomy to the field units, as part of Health Sector Reforms under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) as untied grant for local health action.
  8. 8. The funds are for - Minor modification to the centre (curtains to ensure privacy, repair of taps, installation of bulbs etc.) • Patient examination table, delivery table, BP apparatus, hemoglobin meter, copper-T insertion kit, instruments tray, baby tray, weighing scales for mothers and for newborn babies, plastic / rubber sheets, dressing scissors, stethoscopes, buckets, attendance stool, mackintosh sheet.
  9. 9. • • Maintenance of running water supply. • • Maintenance of electricity. • • Referral transport • • Payment / reward to ASHA for certain activities. • • Source Reduction Activities • • Purchase of bleaching powder and disinfectants
  10. 10. • • Labour and supplies for environmental sanitation. (cleaning or larvicidal measures for stagnant water) • • Repair / operationalising soak pits. • • Making functional existing hatcheries / construct new hatcheries for field release of guppy fishes
  11. 11. HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMITTEE
  12. 12. HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITEE FUNCTIONS To conduct & maintain work of PHC To buy lab equipments and reagents To meet daily expenses at hospital To buy stationary and office equipments
  13. 13. HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITEE • chaired by Block panchayat president • Medical Officer in-charge of the institution is the member secretaries and convener. The joint accounts of the HMS are between chairman and the member secretary.
  14. 14. HDC income from… • Funds from panchayath and NRHM • OP tickets,Lab charges • Contributions from patients • Fee collected from various training courses • Auction of corncred goods/ lease of hospital land properties
  15. 15. Amount collected is deposited in a joint account. meeting every 3 months
  16. 16. • Max amount withdrawn PER DAY – upto 1000 tender works – 20000 to 100000
  17. 17. WARD HEALTH AND SANITATION COMMITTEE
  18. 18. Ward health and sanitation committee • Chair – ward member • Convener – JHI/JPHN of concerned ward
  19. 19. Functions of Ward Health & Sanitation Committee are listed below: • Ward Health& Sanitation Committee will be responsible for the preparation, monitoring and implementation of Ward Health Plan • Responsible for the household survey in the ward
  20. 20. • Responsible for conducting awareness creation and IEC activities regarding sanitation and Vector Borne Diseases. • Maintaining Health Register • Arranging meetings at Ward Level for preparation of Ward Health Plan • Shall forward Ward Health Action Plan to Panchayat for the preparation of Panchayat
  21. 21. • Health Plan • NRHM indicators shall be translated into Ward Health Indicators • Shall Monitor ASHA Link Workers, wherever applicable. • Oversee JSY payments too.
  22. 22. MONEY SPEND ON • Ward Health Nutrition Day – One Ward Health Nutrition Day to be conducted in every ward every month, maximum of Rs.100/- can be utilised for organizational expenses, • ASHA Worker will get Rs.150/- for mobilizing at least 25 people for each health nutrition day
  23. 23. • Ward level public health activity (cleanliness drive, sanitation drive, school health activities, ICDS Anganwadi level activities, household surveys etc. • Referral transportation for destitute women or very poor member of the ward. Maximum limit - Rs.1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only)
  24. 24. • Communication allowance of Rs.300/-month as phone charges for convener of the Ward • Health & Sanitation Committee (eligible to get the allowance from only one place) • • Special case like mosquito control measures including source reduction • • Community activities (Nutrition, Education and Sanitation, Environment protection, • Public Health Measures)
  25. 25. INCOME SOURCES 10,000 from NRHM fund via in charge MO under NRHM every village with a population of upto 1500 untied 5,000 from panchayat fund 10,000 from suchitwa mission
  26. 26. Meeting held every month Other members ASHA’s, anganwadi workers, kudumbasree health workers, HM of nearby school, NGO’s,other voluntary health workers
  27. 27. FINANCIAL POWERS OF MO
  28. 28. Financial powers of MO • Offices establishment expenses • Salary and other allowances Funds for these are released via treasurer through the MO. “ The one with the purse plays with the strings”
  29. 29. • Amount collected by the HDC is remitted in a joint account of MO & block panchayat president.
  30. 30. • NRHM and panchayat funds dispensed through MO. can spent < 5000 - without quotation 5000 – 50,000 - with quotation > 50,000 - with tender
  31. 31. • Plan fund should be carefully utilised before March 31..

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