Highlights
27.7%
increase in Budgetallocation from 2016-17
Rs 37061.55 crores
in 2016-17 to
Rs 47352.51 crores
in 2017-18
6.7%
increase in Immunisation coverage since 2014
225 lakh
Children vaccinated
60 lakh
Pregnant women vaccinated
2.1% to 4.5%
The percentage annual compound rate of decline in Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)
MISSION INDRADHANUSH
Launched
2014
Aim
Reach partially immunized or un-immunised children and pregnant women, for their Routine Immunisation
Target
Achieve full immunisation coverage to at least
90%
children by
2020
India has achieved the Maternal & Neonatal Tetanus elimination in May 2015, ahead of the target date of December 2015
New Vaccines
Basket of vaccines in UIP increased from
6 to 12
BUDGET ALLOCATION
Unprecedented Increase of
27.77% in outlay of health in 2017-18 over 2016-17
2016-17: Rs 37061.55 (In crores)
2017-18: Rs 47352.51 (In crores)
An increase of
Rs 10290.96 cr
NATIONAL HEALTH MISSION STRENGTHENING HEALTH SYSTEMS

Rs. 19000 Crore provided for 2016-17 to NHM
An increase of Rs. 705 Crore over the last year

INDIA NEWBORN ACTION PLAN (INAP)
Launched: September 2014
Aim: Single Digit Neonatal Mortality Rate (NMR) by 2030 and Single Digit Still Birth Rate (SBR) by 2030
MOTHER’S ABSOLUTE AFFECTION (MAA) PROGRAMME
Launched: 5th August 2016
Aim: Bring focus on promotion of breastfeeding
INTENSIFIED DIARRHOEA CONTROL FORTNIGHT (IDCF)

14.7 crore U5 children reached with Prophylactic ORS since 2014 by ASHAs

IDCF campaign implemented since 2014

Aim of
ZERO deaths due to childhood diarrhoea

NATIONAL DEWORMING DAY
Aim: Combat Soil Transmitted Helminth (STH) infections through a single day strategy
Over
75 Crore
doses of Albendazole administered since 2014
Covering children between
1-19 Years
of age
Reached through schools and anganwadi entres
RASHTRIYA BAL SWASTHYA KARYAKRAM (RBSK)

Provides Child Health Screening and Early Intervention Services through early detection and management of

4 Ds:

Defects at birth
Diseases

Deficiencies
Development delays

Progress so far (till December 2016)

47.6 Crore
children screened

1.14 Crore
children received treatment

RASHTRIYA KISHOR SWASTHYA KARYAKRAM (RKSK)
FAMILY PLANNING
Mission Parivar Vikas launched for substantially increasing the access to contraceptives and family planning services in 146 districts of seven high focus, high TFR states.
The packaging for Condoms, OCPs and ECPs redesigned and improved so as to influence the demand for these commodities
JANANI SHISHU SURAKSHA KARYAKRAM (JSSK)
Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK) scheme entitles all pregnant women delivering in public health institutions to absolutely free and no expense delivery including caesarean section
JANANI SURAKSHA YOJANA (JSY)
NATIONAL URBAN HEALTH MISSION (NUHM)
For slum habitations
NEW HEALTH SCHEMES
Aim: Provide specialassured, quality antenatal care free of charge universally to all pregnant women on 9th of each month in partnership with private sector doctors
Progress so far: Rolled out in all States/ UTs
NEW HEALTH SCHEMES
PRADHAN MANTRI SURAKSHIT MATRITVA ABHIYAN (PMSMA)
NEW HEALTH SCHEMES
SWACHH SWASTH SARVATRA
NEW HEALTH SCHEMES
PRADHAN MANTRI NATIONAL DIALYSIS PROGRAMME
  • Support is being provided to all States for provision of free dialysis services for poor, and subsidized services to all patients under NHM
  • Under this, every facility will have 6 dialysis machines and will be extended up to 10 machines per facility
  • Started in 219 districts across the country
  • So far, 1,069 Dialysis Units, 2,319 Dialysis Machines have been made operational
  • 1,06,717 patients availed services
  • 11,04,118 dialysis sessions held
NEW HEALTH SCHEMES
KAYAKALP- AN INITIATIVE FOR AWARD TO PUBLIC HEALTH FACILITIES
Aim: Promote cleanliness, hygiene and infection control practices in public health facilities
Awards and commendation certificates are given to public healthcare facilities that show exemplary performance meeting standards of protocols of cleanliness, hygiene and infection control
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY, 2017
AIM: Address the current and emerging challenges necessitated by the changing socio-economic and epidemiological landscapes
SALIENT FEATURES
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
MENTAL HEALTHCARE ACT, 2017
A rights-based statutory framework for mental health in India and strengthens equality and equity in provision of mental healthcare services
Strengthens the institutional mechanisms for improving access quality and appropriate mental healthcare services
Increases accountability of both government and private sectors in delivery of mental healthcare
Features of the Act
- Provision of advance directive
- Nominated representative
- Special clause for women and children related to admission, treatment, sanitation and personal hygiene
- Restriction on use of Electro-Convulsive Therapy and Psychosurgery
Decriminalization of suicide, which will ensure proper management of severe stress as a precursor for suicide attempts
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
HIV & AIDS (Prevention & Control) Act, 2017
Aim: End the epidemic by 2030 in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
AFFORDABLE MEDICINES AND RELIABLE IMPLANTS FOR TREATMENT (AMRIT)
AMRIT outlets provide drugs for cancer and cardiovascular diseases along with cardiac implants at 60 to 90 % discount on prevailing market rates
83 stores opened
17.97 lakhs patients have
been served
Patients
money saved
Rs. 103.55 cr
Medicines and implants
costing more than
Rs. 175.23 cr
sold for less than Rs. 71.67 cr
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
NHM FREE DRUGS SERVICES INITIATIVE
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
FREE DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES INITIATIVE
Objective: Reduce out-of-pocket expenditure on diagnostics as well as improve quality of care. Support is provided to States for providing essential diagnostics free of cost in public health facilities

Progress so far: Operational Guidelines released and approval of Rs. 1023.62 Crore given to 25 States/UTs
MAJOR POLICY INITIATIVES
BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (BMMP)
MEDICAL EDUCATION
TERTIARY HEALTH & MEDICAL EDUCATION
PRADHAN MANTRI SWASTHYA SURAKSHA YOJANA (PMSSY)
Correct regional imbalances in the availability of affordable/reliable tertiary healthcare services and augment facilities for quality medical education
  • Setting up of new AIIMS like institutes in underserved regions
  • Upgradation of existing Govt Medical Colleges
Pace of construction expedited across all PMSSY projects, achieving, on an average more than 42% increase in capital expenditure since 2014-15
3 new AIIMS announced for Jharkhand, Gujarat and Assam
Construction expedited for six new AIIMS (AIIMS-Patna, AIIMS-Rishikesh, AIIMS-Jodhpur, AIIMS-Bhopal, AIIMS-Bhubaneswar and AIIMS-Raipur)
Basket of services in six AIIMS expanded and about 1663 major surgeries are getting performed every month
Construction of Super Specialty Block in 4 GMCs completed, adding up to 902 hospital beds, 6 Super Specialty Departments and 3 Trauma Centres
Sites sanctioned for AIIMS in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, W.Bengal, Punjab and Poorvanchal in UP
Cabinet approval obtained for 13 more GMC upgradation projects
NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF CANCER, DIABETES, CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE & STROKE (NPCDCS)
NATIONAL MOBILE MEDICAL UNIT SERVICES
NATIONAL ORGAN TRANSPANT PROGRAM
RASHTRIYA SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA
AIM: Provide cashless treatment in any public or private empanelled hospitals to BPL and 11 defined categories of unorganized workers
4.13 Crore
families enrolled out of total target of
7.29 Crore
REVISED NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL PROGRAMME
Rapid expansion of diagnostic services across the country
CBNAAT machines operational
Quality assured laboratories
Bedaquiline introduced at six identified tertiary care centres across India
Roll-out of Programmatic Management of Drug Resistance TB services
presumptive DR-TB cases examined
diagnosed
cases put on treatment
More than
6 lakh
TB patient seeking care in private sector notified in NIKSHAY
NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL PROGRAM
More than
10 lakh People Living with HIV are on ART in India
Daily Anti-TB drugs for TB-HIV co-infected patients at all 530 ART centres across the country
Third line treatment introduced to patients of HIV/AIDS from March 21, 2016
‘Test and Treat’ policy launched for all HIV positive patients
National Strategic Plan for Elimination of Parent to Child transmission of Syphilis launched
FOOD REGULATION
Food testing labs authorised to undertake tests increased to 125 and Referral Lab to 16
Food Testing System schemes including Mobile Food Testing Labs
rolled out at a cost of
₹ 481.95 cr
19
standards/regulations including Food Safety and Standards
Regulations, 2015 operationalized
National Milk Quality Survey initiated
R&D Project taken up on study of chemical contaminants in food from packaging materials
DRUG REGULATION
Progress so far
IT INITIATIVES
National Health Portal (NHP)
Functioning as citizen portal for health related information in different languages (currently six languages)
Voice portal, providing information through a toll-free number
1800-180-1104
and Mobile App launched
IT INITIATIVES
‘Mera Aspataal’ (My Hospital) application
Kilkari application
AIM: Deliver free weekly audio messages about
IT INITIATIVES
Mother and Child Tracking System (MCTS) / Reproductive Child Health (RCH) application
Individual-based tracking system across all the States & UTs
Objective: Improve IMR, MMR & morbidity
Aim: Facilitate timely delivery of antenatal and postnatal care services and immunisation to children
Approximately
12.08 crore
pregnant women

&

10.56 crore
children registered
IT INITIATIVES
Mobile Academy
Launched: 2016
Free audio training course to improve the knowledge base and communication skills of ASHAs
More than
75,000
ASHAs have started the Mobile Academy course
Approximately
84%

have completed the course
States: Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand
IT INITIATIVES
ANM on Line (ANMOL)
Tablet based application for Integrated RCH Register
Allows ANMs to enter and update data of beneficiaries
Piloted in Andhra Pradesh
11,890 ANMs
in Andhra Pradesh are using ANMOL
IT INITIATIVES
Nikshay
  • Tracks individuals for treatment-adherence of TB
  • Missed call facility with Toll Free No: 1800-11-6666 ! started to reach TB patients for counselling and treatment support
  • Implemented across all states
  • More than
    70 lakh patients been notified till date
IT INITIATIVES
Tobacco Cessation Programme
mDiabetes Program
IT INITIATIVES
SUGAM by Central Drugs Standards Control Organisation (CDSCO)
IT INITIATIVES
eAushidhi
Deals with purchase, inventory management and distribution of drugs, sutures and surgical items to
  • District Drug Warehouses of State/UT
  • District Hospitals (DH), their sub stores at CHC, PHC etc
eRakt Kosh
Being rolled out for all the licensed blood banks in public and private health facilities in States / UTs
Piloted in blood banks of Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and IRCS Delhi
MOBILE APPS
Various mobile apps have been launched namely
Standards & Regulation for development of “Inter-operable Electronic Health Records (EHR) System”
Standards & Regulation for development of “Inter-operable Electronic Health Records (EHR) System”
Telemedicine
01
Tele-Medicine Nodes at Pilgrim places
Satellite communication based telemedicine nodes at various unreachable geographical locations including Chardhams and other important pilgrimage centres (Amarnath, Ayappa and Kedarnath) for health awareness, screening of non-communicable disease (NCD) and for providing specialty consultation to the devotees visiting these places
02
National Medical College Network (NMCN)
Satellite communication based telemedicine nodes at various unreachable geographical locations including Chardhams and other important pilgrimage centres (Amarnath, Ayappa and Kedarnath) for health awareness, screening of non-communicable disease (NCD) and for providing specialty consultation to the devotees visiting these places
03
Tele-Evidence
A modality via which doctors can testify in the judicial process utilizing the video conferencing facility without visiting the courts in person. Services operational in PGIMER, Chandigarh since March 2014. Till Feb 2015, more than 500 Tele-Evidences have been successfully conducted and around 128000Kms, 3900Hrs and INR 52 Lacs was saved. MoHFW has decided to rollout the service in every State/UT
04
National Telemedicine Network (NTN)
Providing Telemedicine Services to the remote areas by upgrading existing Government Healthcare Facilities (MC, DH, SDH, PHC, and CHC) in States. In the current financial year, 7 States/UTs have been provided financial assistance for providing Tele-Medicine services by established NTN
NATIONAL AMBULANCE SERVICES

Referral transport services provided through Dial
108/102 ambulance service

22741 ambulances were operational
as on June 2016

NATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAMME
Size of health warnings on tobacco products enhanced to 85% of the principal display area of the packages
The Seventh Session of Conference of Parties (COP7) to the WHO FCTC hosted in November, 2016 by MoHFW
‘Global Knowledge Hub for Smokeless Tobacco’ established to act as a global repository of knowledge
NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMME (NHMP)
Patients received mental health services in psychiatric OPDs under District Mental Health Programme
3.9 lakh
All India average case load per OPD session, including both new and follows up cases
33
NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)
Kala-azar and Lymphatic Filariasis targeted for elimination by 2017
NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)
Japanese Encephalitis (JE)/Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES)
Dengue & Chikungunya
NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)
Malaria