Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Elets Smart City Conclave, Chandigarh - Amneet P. Kumar, Mission Director, National Health Mission, Haryana

155 views

Published on

Elets Smart City Conclave, Chandigarh - Amneet P. Kumar, Mission Director, National Health Mission, Haryana

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
  • Be the first to comment

Elets Smart City Conclave, Chandigarh - Amneet P. Kumar, Mission Director, National Health Mission, Haryana

  1. 1. Amneet P Kumar Mission Director, NHM Haryana Building value based SMART health care for smart cities
  2. 2. Health Challenges of Cities • Rapid Urbanization and very fast growth • Poor infrastructure for urban poor • Equity and accessibility issues • Reaching the unreached • Suboptimal planning • Multiple stakeholders • Poor convergence
  3. 3. SMART Health to SMART hospitals SMART Physician SMART Hospital
  4. 4. “INTEGRATION” • Quality of patient care • Cost of services • Staffing shortages • Facility capacity constraints • Security and privacy
  5. 5. Implementation steps in smart healthcare system • Necessary arrangements for developing network infrastructure (LAN and Wi-Fi) • Server Room/ Data Centre • High Bandwidth network for future requirement • Smart/E-class managing academics and teachings • Telemedicine's to connect other hospitals and to provide healthcare services at remote locations.
  6. 6. Patient care services in smart hospitals • Online appointments • Advance Queues Management System • Online viewing of reports • Online payments • Barcode and Biometric enabled system • OT integration • Tele-medicines • Help Desk and Call Centre
  7. 7. Advance Queue Management System (QMS) • Improve productivity and reduction in waiting time • The QMS system covers all the services including pharmacy, Lab., and radiology services such as blood tests, X-ray, ECG etc.
  8. 8. Call Centre for appointment and scheduling • 24x7 call centre and web portal for online appointments • To provide mobile application to book appointments and view the waiting time • To seek appointment over the phone through call centre and online web portal
  9. 9. Implementation Challenges • Barriers like cost and expenditure on the required equipments as well as on the maintenance. • Lack of basic hospital infrastructure • Lack of awareness of new technologies. • Lack of suitable HMIS solution • Difficult to adopt new IT solutions by old staff.
  10. 10. Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
  11. 11. Keeping PATIENT at the CENTER
  12. 12. SMART Devices and Integration Source – MDDI August 2010
  13. 13. Use of advance technology: Digital Health
  14. 14. Use of IT Based MIS in Haryana
  15. 15. Extensive use of GIS Mapping for planning
  16. 16. Labour room in CHC Nutrition Rehabilitation Centre in DH District Early Intervention Centre Hospital 16 IMPROVING HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE
  17. 17. Smart Hospitals
  18. 18. • SNCU, NBSU and NBCC established all 21 districts Smart Newborn care in Haryana
  19. 19. The Smart infrastructure for survival of small and sick newborn Kangaroo mother care Units : Haryana
  20. 20. Smart Referral Transport System with trained EMTs and Smart Control room
  21. 21. Care of Urban and peri-urban Poor • Creating network of Urban Out reach services • Creating Urban public Health infrastructure targeting Urban poor • Providing point of care • Flexible timings for urban health facilities suitable to clients • Use of medical mobile units
  22. 22. Smart Behaviour Change Communication • Use of smart and targeted communication strategy • Use of electronic, print, Mid media , mass Media depending on need
  23. 23. 26 Addressing Disability • Establishment of systems to early detection and management of disability • Physical, mental, social and vocational rehabilitation
  24. 24. Addressing newer health challenges in cities • Management of Non communicable diseases, establishing specialized care centers • Managing Life style disorders through smart health education centers • Advance psychiatry, stress management centers • Promoting healthy lifestyles • Laughter clubs, Yoga centers, counselling centers • Celebrating international Yoga days, Happiness day • Introduction of Health assurance schemes to reduce catastrophic expenditure on health
  25. 25. Disaster Management • Establishment of disaster management cell in each smart city • Use of IT and advance technologies • Training of each categories of staff on managing natural calamity, terror attack, nuclear explosion, attack of chemical weapons
  26. 26. An integrated SMART healthcare system is need of hour
  27. 27. Convergence and inter-sectoral coordination is key for providing smart health care in smart cities Thank!

×