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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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Get data on Performance of Key HMIS Indicators for the Sub Districts of Assam. Main HMIS indicators are Pregnant women Registered, TT2 or Booster given to Pregnant women, Pregnant women given 100 IFA tablets, Numbers having Hb level<11 (tested cases) and severe anaemia (Hb<7), Home deliveries, Deliveries Conducted at Public Institutions, Women Discharged under 48 hours of delivery in public facilities, Institutional deliveries, C-section deliveries, post partum check-up, Post - Natal Care, live births, Still Births, Newborns weighed at birth, New Borns Breast Fed within 1 hour, New Borns visited within 24 hrs of Home Delivery, Sex Ratio at birth, Abortions, MTPs ( Public), Vasectomies, Tubectomies, Sterilisation, Deaths following Sterlisation, IUCD Insertions, Oral Pills distributed, Condom pieces distributed, Centchroman Pills distributed, Number of Infants given OPV 0 (Birth Dose), BCG, DPT1, DPT2, DPT3, Pentavalent 1, Pentavalent 2 and Pentavalent 3, Measles, Fully immunized children (9-11 months), Vitamin - A dose 1, Adverse Events Following Imunisation (Others), IPD, OPD, Major Operations, Minor Operations, Hysterectomy Surgeries, Ayush OPD, Dental OPD, Adolescent counseled, Infant Deaths. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare launched the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) to ensure necessary architectural corrections in the basic health care delivery system. A continuous flow of good quality information on inputs, outputs and outcome indicators facilitates monitoring of the objectives of NHM. To monitor the performance and quality of the health services being provided under the NRHM, the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, is putting in place several mechanisms that would strengthen the monitoring and evaluation systems, through performance statistics, surveys, community monitoring, quality assurance etc. HMIS is an information system launched during October, 2008 which has been specially designed to assist health departments, at all levels, in managing and planning health programmes. HMIS is defined as A tool which helps in gathering, aggregating, analyzing and then using the information generated for taking actions to improve performance of health systems.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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Get data on Performance of Key HMIS Indicators for the Sub Districts of Arunachal Pradesh. Main HMIS indicators are Pregnant women Registered, TT2 or Booster given to Pregnant women, Pregnant women given 100 IFA tablets, Numbers having Hb level<11 (tested cases) and severe anaemia (Hb<7), Home deliveries, Deliveries Conducted at Public Institutions, Women Discharged under 48 hours of delivery in public facilities, Institutional deliveries, C-section deliveries, post partum check-up, Post - Natal Care, live births, Still Births, Newborns weighed at birth, New Borns Breast Fed within 1 hour, New Borns visited within 24 hrs of Home Delivery, Sex Ratio at birth, Abortions, MTPs ( Public), Vasectomies, Tubectomies, Sterilisation, Deaths following Sterlisation, IUCD Insertions, Oral Pills distributed, Condom pieces distributed, Centchroman Pills distributed, Number of Infants given OPV 0 (Birth Dose), BCG, DPT1, DPT2, DPT3, Pentavalent 1, Pentavalent 2 and Pentavalent 3, Measles, Fully immunized children (9-11 months), Vitamin - A dose 1, Adverse Events Following Imunisation (Others), IPD, OPD, Major Operations, Minor Operations, Hysterectomy Surgeries, Ayush OPD, Dental OPD, Adolescent counseled, Infant Deaths. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare launched the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) to ensure necessary architectural corrections in the basic health care delivery system. A continuous flow of good quality information on inputs, outputs and outcome indicators facilitates monitoring of the objectives of NHM. To monitor the performance and quality of the health services being provided under the NRHM, the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, is putting in place several mechanisms that would strengthen the monitoring and evaluation systems, through performance statistics, surveys, community monitoring, quality assurance etc. HMIS is an information system launched during October, 2008 which has been specially designed to assist health departments, at all levels, in managing and planning health programmes. HMIS is defined as A tool which helps in gathering, aggregating, analyzing and then using the information generated for taking actions to improve performance of health systems.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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The District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS-4) is a nationwide survey which was conducted during 2012-13. The ever-married women’s questionnaire contained information on women’s characteristics, maternal care, immunization and childcare, contraception and fertility preferences, reproductive health including knowledge about HIV/AIDS. The village questionnaire contained information on availability of health, education and other facilities in the village, and whether the facilities are accessible throughout the year. The health facility questionnaire contained information on human resources, infrastructure, and services. For the first time, a population-linked facility survey has been conducted in DLHS-4. All Community Health Centres (CHCs), District Hospitals and Sub Divisional Hospitals were covered. Further, all Sub-Health Centres and Primary Health Centres (PHCs) which serve the population of the selected PSUs were also covered.It contains district wise data on population and household profile, percentage of households having electricity, improved source of drinking water, having access to improved toilet facility, use clean fuel for cooking, mean age of marriage for girls and boys and percentage of currently married women married below age 18 years and 21 years, characteristics of women, fertility, current use of family planning methods, Unmet need for family planning, quality of family planning services, antenatal care, delivery care, percentage of women who received JSY benefits, percentage of women who had any pregnancy complication, any delivery complication, any post-delivery complication, problem of vaginal discharge and menstrual related problems, percentage of pregnancy resulted in live birth, still birth, induced abortion and spontaneous abortion, child immunization, child feeding practices, birth weight, awareness about Diarrhoea, awareness about ARI, treatment of childhood diseases, awareness of RTI/STI and HIV/AIDS, utilization of government health services, birth registration, personal habits, reported prevalence of morbidity, reported prevalence of chronic illness during last one year, Anaemia status by Haemoglobin level, blood sugar level and hypertension.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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The District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS-3) is a nationwide survey covering 601 districts from 34 states and union territories of India. This is the third round of the district level household survey which was conducted during December 2007 to December 2008. Data was collected from 7,20,320 households from 28 States and 6 Union Territories of India during 2007-08. From these households, 6,43,944 ever-married women aged 15-49 years and 1,66,620 unmarried women aged 15-24 years were interviewed. The DLHS-3 is designed to provide information on family planning, maternal and child health, reproductive health of ever married women and adolescent girls, utilization of maternal and child healthcare services at the district level for India. In addition, DLHS-3 also provides information on new-born care, post-natal care within 48 hours, role of ASHA in enhancing the reproductive and child health care and coverage of Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY). An important component of DLHS-3 is the integration of Facility Survey of health institution (Sub centre, Primary Health Centre, Community Health Centre and District Hospital) accessible to the sampled villages. The focus of DLHS-3 is to provide health care and utilization indicators at the district level for the enhancement of the activities under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM). It contains data on Child feeding practices, Child Immunization and Vitamin A suplimentation, Family Planning (currently marriedmage 15 to 49), Knowledge of HIV-AIDs and RTI-STI among ever married women (15 to 49 age), Knowledge of HIV-AIDs unmarried women (15 to 24age), Marriage and fertility (Jan2004 to 2007-08, Maternal Health, Population and household characteristics, Standard of Living Index, Treatment of childhood disease (children under 3 years based on last surviving children), Village Indicator, Women facilitated or motivated by ASHA and Facility Indicators.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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Health Ministry is regularly compiling and disseminating information on rural health care services through publication Rural Health Statistics in India. It provides data of Rural Health Statistics 2014. Rural Health Statistics 2014 contains Infrastructural information and building positions of Sub Centres, Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Community Health Centres (CHCs). It also contains state wise number of Sub Divisional Hospital, District Hospital & Mobile Medical Units. Get state/Ut wise information of Specialist Doctors, Health Workers, Auxiliary Mid wife Nurse (ANM), Nursing Staffs, Health Assistants, Radiographers, Pharmacists. It includes information of staffs in position, requirement of staffs and shortfall. District wise availability of health centres has also been furnished in the data.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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Health Ministry is regularly compiling and disseminating information on rural health care services through publication Rural Health Statistics in India. Data provides data of Rural Health Statistics 2013. Rural Health Statistics 2013 contains Infrastructural information and building positions of Sub Centres, Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Community Health Centres (CHCs). It also contains state wise number of Sub Divisional Hospital, District Hospital & Mobile Medical Units. Get state/Ut wise information of Specialist Doctors, Health Workers, Auxiliary Mid wife Nurse (ANM), Nursing Staffs, Health Assistants, Radiographers, Pharmacists. It includes information of staffs in position, requirement of staffs and shortfall. District wise availability of health centres has also been furnished in the data.
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, in collaboration with the Registrar General of India (RGI), had launched an Annual Health Survey (AHS) in the erstwhile Empowered Action Group States (Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa and Rajasthan and Assam). AHS provides District-wise data on various parameters i.e. Sample Particulars, Household Characteristics, Sex Ratio, Effective Literacy Rate, Marriage, Schooling Status, Work Status, Disability, Injury, Acute Illness, Chronic Illness, Fertility, Abortion, Family Planning Practices, Unmet Need for Family Planning, Ante Natal Care, Delivery Care, Post Natal Care, Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY), Immunization, Vitamin A & Iron Supplement and Birth Weight, Childhood Diseases, Breastfeeding and Supplementation, Birth Registration, Awareness and Confidence Interval (95%) for some important Indicators . The aim of the survey was to provide feedback on the impact of the schemes under NHM in reduction of Total Fertility Rate (TFR), Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) at the district level and the Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) at the regional level by estimating these rates on an annual basis for around 284 districts in these States.
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