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Health Sector Reforms and Initiatives

 

IMPROVE AVAILABILITY OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Additional manpower being recruited under   NRHM

Category

Additional to be hired in 2009-10 

Specialists

52

MBBS Doctors

168

ISM Doctors

93

Lab Technician

65

X-Ray Technician

10

O.T Technician

47

Staff Nurse

133

ANMs

327

ISM Dawasaz

125

 

Enhancing remuneration of contractual doctors under NRHM : Approved under  ROP. Matter under consideration of Finance Department

Increase deputation/leave/training reserves :

A. Existing 10% (of 2063 posts). Proposed 35%.

B. Addl. 564 posts of MBBS docs. can be made available with no addl. burden beyond available grants.

C. Matter under consideration. Proposal Submitted to Estab. Committee

Rules for Contractual appointment of Faculty of GMCs

A. Draft rules for contractual appointment of faculty positions cleared by Establishment Committee and vetted by Law Department

B. Matter under consideration of the Cabinet.

Creation of posts

A.) For Super Specialty hospitals coming up and hosp. blocks/ bldgs completed, 5930 posts required

B.) Planning Deptt cleared the proposal. Referred to Finance Department.

C.) Posts required for ADMOs (ISM) and DTOs in newly created districts. Matter referred to GAD.

Addl. manpower being recruited under   NRHM

Category

Additional to be hired in 2009-10 

Specialists

52

MBBS Doctors

168

ISM Doctors

93

Lab Technician

65

X-Ray Technician

10

O.T Technician

47

Staff Nurse

133

ANMs

327

ISM Dawasaz

125

 

Enhancing remuneration of contractual doctors under NRHM

Increase deputation/leave/training reserves

A. Existing 10% (of 2063 posts). Proposed 35%.

B. §Addl. 564 posts of MBBS docs. can be made available with no addl. burden beyond available grants.

C. Matter under consideration. Proposal Submitted to Estab. Committee

Rules for Contractual appointment of Faculty of GMCs.

A. Draft rules for contractual appointment of faculty positions cleared by Establishment Committee and vetted by Law Department

B. Matter under consideration of the Cabinet

Creation of posts

A.

For Super Specialty hospitals coming up and hosp. blocks/ bldgs completed, 5930 posts required

B.

Planning Deptt cleared the proposal. Referred to Finance Department

C.

Posts required for ADMOs (ISM) and DTOs in newly created districts. Matter referred to GAD.

Hiring of contractual doctors (MBBS & ISM)  for PHCs in difficult areas

For doctors appointed on RBA/ALC basis, Time Bound Promotion to be linked with service in such areas.

Special incentive for docs./specialists for serving in difficult areas

Advance increment for serving in difficult areas for two years.

Additional marks in PG entrance examination for serving in difficult areas.

10% seats reserved in PG for serving five years in rural areas (Proposal - Adhoc / Contractual Service to also count as rural service)

Change of Designation of “A” Grade and “B” Grade Specialists.

A.

“A” Grade as “Senior Consultant”

B.

“B” Grade as “Consultant”

C.

 Assistant Surgeon as “Medical Officer”

Quicker Time Bound Promotions for Specialists.

Time Bound Promotion of Faculty   Members

 

STREAMLINING CADRE MANAGEMENT

Creation of posts

A.

J&K Medical Education (Gazetted) Service Recruitment Rules & J&K Dental Education (Gazetted) Service Recruitment Rules.

B.

Amendments in J&K Health Gazetted Service

C.

Draft J&K Medical Education (Subordinate) Service Recruitment Rules.

 

INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT

Project report for Rs. 1051.57 Cr. for dev. of health infrastructure submitted to MOHFW  during 2004 for external funding

MOHFW & Plg Com. cleared the project and referred to Deptt. of Economic Affairs (MOF) for approval

The project is approved as part of “Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Plan”.

 

INITIATIVES

GOI advised to explore possibility of funding under NRHM. However, funds as per the requirement could not be provided.

Health Infrastructure Plan re-formulated as per observations of MOH&FW GOI and submitted for approval.

Rs  40 crores for infrastructure development under NRHM

Provision Of incentive & Drug Kit to AWWs

Strengthening Telemedicine facilities

Strengthening Mainstreaming of AYUSH ( traditional medicine) by Hiring  21 AMCHI s in Ladakh  and providing them drugs and accommodation

Conducting Workshops on issues of vital importance:

A

Awareness Generation for  Life Style diseases,

B

Planning for Human Resources for Health  ,

C

Health Insurance.

D

Strengthening Public Health System Through PPP

E

Emergency Response System

F

Rational Use Of Medicines

G

Improving Quality of Services through Public health System

H

Strengthening Public Health System through Telemedicine  and

I

Strengthening Nursing Care and

J

Strengthening Convergence at all levels

Special Focus on trainings-

A

Strengthening of RIHFWS & ANMTs ( Hiring  of faculty & Repairs / Renovations )

B

Trg  through PPP / NGOs  to VHSC/MDP/Biomedical  Waste Mgt etc);

C

Establishing training cells in GMCs for imparting Training to the in-service health personnel

D

Special Thrust on Trainings of MBBS Doctors in Em Obs Care, Anesthesia, Child Health, IMNCI Training for Doctors and Health /AWWs/ASHAs etc including SBA Training for ANMs/SN etc

E

Operationalising  facilities ( 120  PHCs 24X7  & 57 FRUs )

F

JSY to be Implemented as per GOI  guidelines

G

ARSH  ( 7 clinics & 2 Nodal Centers )

H

Initiate  accreditation of selected hospitals

I

Strengthening School Health Programme

Focus on Child Health through various interventions like-

A

Establishing Baby Care corners (100),

B

Establishing Stabilization Units (10) ,

C

Establishing SCNUs (2),

D

Provision of Drug Kits for AWWs,

E

Focused IEC/BCC for Breast feeding, ORS, etc and IMNCI)

   
   

 

 

 

 

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