Department of Health & Family Welfare
Availability of quality Healthcare on equitable, accessible and affordable basis across regions and communities with special focus on under-served population and marginalized groups.
1. To establish comprehensive primary healthcare delivery system and well functioning linkages with secondary and tertiary care health delivery system.2. To improve maternal and Child Health outcomes.3. To reduce the incidence of communicable diseases and putting in place a strategy to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases.4. To ensure a reduction in the growth rate of population with a view to achieving population stabilization.5. To develop the training capacity for providing human resources for health (medical, paramedical and managerial) with adequate skill mix at all levels.6. To regulate Health service delivery and promote rational use of pharmaceuticals in the Country.
- Department of Health & Family Welfare
- Department of Ayush
- Department of Health Research
- Department of AIDS Control
- Universal access to Primary Health Care services for all sections of society with effective linkages to secondary and tertiary health care.
- Improving Maternal and Child Health.
- Focusing on Population stabilization in the Country.
- Developing human resources for health to achieve health goals.
- Reducing overall disease burden of the society.
- Strengthening Secondary and Tertiary Health Care.
|Outcome/ Impact of department/ ministry||Jointly responsible for influencing this outcome / impact with the following department (s) / ministry(ies)||Success Indicator||Unit||FY 11/12||FY 12/13||FY 13/14||FY 14/15||FY 15/16|
|1. Improved access to health care services||State/ UTs||Average number of primary health care centres per 1000 population||No.||0.0201||0.022||0.0199||0.0198||0.0197|
|Average number of primary health care centres per district||No.||37.32||37.45||37.89||38.33||39.03|
|2. Reduction in Mortality Rate||State/UTs||Infant mortality rate||per thousands live births||44||39||35||31||27|
|Crude death rate||per thousands population||7.1||7.0||7.0|
|3. Improvement in Maternal Health||State/UTs||Institutional Deliveries as a of Total deliveries||%||81.4||82||75||75||75|
|Full Immunization (age group 0-12 Month)||%||86.9||85||85||86||87|
|4. Reduction in growth rate of population||States/ UTs||Total Fertility Rate||children born per woman||2.4||2.4||2.4||2.3||2.3|
|5. Reduction in the burden of communicable and non communicable diseases||State/UTs||Annual Parasite Incidence (Malaria)||per thousands population||1.10||0.85||1.10||under1||under1|
|Annual prevalence rate of Leprosy < 10 per Lakh population in High burden Districts (209)||No. of||-||-||-||70||70|
|Reconstructive Surgeries (Leprosy) performed||No.||2570||2548||2700||2700||2700|
|New Sputum positive (NSP) Success rate||%||88.8||89||89.5||89.5||89.5|
|6. Development of human resources||States/UTs||Number of doctors per 1000 population||No.||0.074||0.075||0.076||0.077||0.078|