Performance of Key HMIS Indicators (Across Sub Districts) for Baleshwar (Odisha) Financial Year: 2016-17

Performance of key HMIS indicators across sub districts of Odisha

Performance of Key HMIS Indicators (Across Sub Districts) for Baleshwar (Odisha) Financial Year: 2016-17
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Provisional Figures for the Period April to March; Updated On Weekly Basis; Status As On: 02 Mar 2018, 2:00 PM; NA: Not Available.
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Get data on Performance of Key HMIS Indicators for the Sub Districts of Odisha. 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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