Over the past four years, the Narendra Modi government has attempted to transform India’s health landscape.
Manifesto’s most prominent Health Reform Party has provided health care assistance to all Indians and states that the help of state governments will reduce the cost of health care.
The Modi government is trying to bring more people under health insurance with the National Health Care Mission. About 5 lakh free health insurance, known as Modicare, known as the World’s Largest Health Guarantee Scheme, is aimed at providing free health insurance to over 100 million poor and vulnerable families based on approximately 40% of the population or the socio-economic census.
The JPN-led Health and Family Welfare Ministry intends to focus on harmful factors for our health, such as hygiene and drinking water, which helps reduce the number of waterborne diseases in the country.
Let’s look at the initiatives, as the Modi-led government will move to fourth place on May 26
The Mission for Child Immunization is one of the main projects of the Indradhansh National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government. This has influenced 25.3 million children and 6.8 million pregnant women by providing life-saving vaccines in four phases since 2014.
MI was launched in December 2014 to launch vaccines against TB, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, diaphria, pertussis, tetanus and measles in 201 districts.
By July 2017, 2.55 crore children aged two and 68.7 lakh pregnant women covered 528 districts across the country.
Recently, the Center launched an intensive mission Indradhansh (IMI) to reach 90% of 173 districts by December 2018.
Mission Indradhansh completed four steps involving 528 districts:
2.55 crore children have been vaccinated
66.57 lakh children are completely immune
68.78 lakh pregnant female immune system
73.49 lakh Vitamin A is given
68.57 lakh Ors packets were distributed
2.345 crore zinc tablets were distributed
Open defective termination: Starting October 2014, the government initiated its national campaign to end the defecation opened by 2019. About 70% of people live in villages in India. Open defecation in poor countries of Bangladesh, Malawi, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi is more common in India. Prime Minister Modi urged Modi to take oath to eliminate open defecation in 2014 speech on Independence Day.
1. Swatch Bharat Sess: In November 2015, the government taxes 0.5% of all services to promote pure India. All services liable to GST are charged with the so-called Swach Bharat Sess. By January 2016, the government will pay Rs. Rs 1,917 crore under this cess.
2. E-Health: The Prime Minister’s Digital India campaign launched in July 2015, and is one of the initiatives initiated by the e-Health campaign. The broader goal of e-health is to provide effective, financial and timely health services to all individuals, and especially those with less access to health services.
This service is linked to Aadhaar numbers, which facilitates lab reports and OPD appointments. The ehospital application has been launched with an online registration system (ORS). This initiative allows us to get rid of the required registration and other formalities in hospitals because we can simply identify them through our Aadhar numbers.
Medical Equipment Making: In the past few years, the government has introduced some new policies in sync with growth in the medical equipment industry. This has led to an increase in the domestic manufacturing of medical equipment, increasing its availability and availability. The Union and Cabinet India and Papua New Guinea have agreed to sign the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in cooperation with the field of Health and Medical Sciences. This agreement promotes health ministries of both countries through joint initiatives.
In February 2017, the government imposed a price of 7,760 rupees on metal stents and 29,600 rupees of drugs and touched biodegradable stents, which was 85% lower than the current market price. It also provided free medicines through the Jan Hope Centers.
Disabled polio vaccine (IPV):
With World Polio End Game Strategy, IPV was introduced in November 2015 in six states and expanded across the country by June 2016. Until December 17, the amount of IPvis was approximately 3.87 crore was introduced to children across the country. .
In Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha to be launched in March 2016 in 4 states to reduce the dose of rotavirus.
It is extended to the 9 states