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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: ONLINE DATA ENTRY CHEYYAR HEALTH DISTRICTSlide 2: The following services are provided in Primary Health Centres and Health Sub Centres : Ante Natal Care,Intra Natal Care, Post Natal Care Services. Family Planing Services, Immunisation,Maternal Care, Issue of Free Birth Certificates., Disease Surveillance, Control of Outbreak, Health Education,etc., National programmes like Pulse Polio Immunisation, DEC MDA, NRHM Activities,IDSP,etc.,also provided to Public. Software developed for Web Based reporting: Software developed for Web Based reporting HMIS – ISMR and HMIS – FORM 9 PICME - Pregnancy Cohort and Infant Cohort Monitoring Evaluation EDSIS Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Benefit fund Scheme PHC OP Morbidity Mobile Medical Unit - Out Reach service campsSlide 4: HMISSlide 5: HMIS HEALTH Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely an absence of disease and infirmity MANAGEMENT Getting the right things done in right way in right time by right persons with right amount of resources and with effective use of all resources. INFORMATION Data Information Intelligence SYSTEM It is a set of elements integrated for common objectivesSlide 6: HMIS Definition It is the system to collect, process, present, analyze,interpret and make the information available for different management levels for improved and timely decisions and action HMIS - Use PLANNING IMPLEMENTING REVIEWING MONITORING EVALUATION ASSESSING LOGISTIC & SUPPLY FUNCTIONING OF MAN POWER & EQUIPMENTS PROVIDING FEED BACK Software developed for Web Based reporting: Software developed for Web Based reporting HMIS – ISMR(PHC Level) Login ID – http://tnhmis.org/hmis Password PHCWISE USER ID PASSWORD AVAILABLE FORM 9(HSC Level) Login ID – http ://tnhmis.org/hmis Password PHCWISE USER ID PASSWORD AVAILABLEPICME-Pregnancy and Infant Cohort Monitoring and Evaluation: PICME-Pregnancy and Infant Cohort Monitoring and Evaluation URL-http://picme.tn.nic.in Password - HSCWISE AvailableSlide 14: if the PCM online is uploaded without any omission.Slide 15: Pregnancy COHORT ENTRY SCREENS Mother General Information AN Checkup Details AN ReferralSlide 16: Infant cohort entry screens Infant general information Infant immunization Infant growth monitoring Infant referral information Infant deathSlide 17: Dr.Muthulakshmi Reddi Maternity Benefit Scheme for the year 2011-12 As per the instructions of the Government, it is planned that the cash assistance to the beneficiaries will be sanctioned only after necessary entries have been made fully based on the Data in the PICME data base only.Slide 18: Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Benefit fund Scheme Website – http://dph.tn.nic.in/newmrmbs User ID and Password – HMIS Effective Disease Surveillance Information System: Effective Disease Surveillance Information System http://edsis.tn.nic.in Daily Software developed for Web Based reporting: Software developed for Web Based reporting PHC Activities OP Morbidity Login ID – http://dph.tn.nic.in Password – dph123 Monthly Report to be entered on or before 5 th of Every Month Due date for Uploading: Due date for Uploading SNo Report Date 1 I.S.M.R On or before 5 th of every succeeding month 2 Form 9 On or before 5 th of every succeeding month 3 Pregnancy Cohort and Infant Cohort Monitoring Evaluation On or before 5 th of every succeeding month 4 Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Benefit fund Scheme As and when application received by the PHC 5 PHC OP Morbidity 1st of every month 6 Out Reach service camps On completion of the camp 7 EDSIS Daily Monitoring - PHC Level: Monitoring - PHC Level The MO, PHC should ensure that all periodical reports are entered online within the due dates. Identify and train the staff to enter data online. MO, PHC should verify the reports before entering online. MO, PHC should countersign the report before and after entering online Responsibility: Responsibility PHC level The Block level Medical officer is responsible for all PHCs in the Block The MO PHC is responsible for his PHC The MO PHC is responsible for timely Online data entry and Data consistency / Data validation at PHC levelContact…: Contact… In case of any difficulty faced while using these web based softwares, please contact us at: E-mail ID: email@example.com Telephone: 04182-222334,04182222338 9442456080 – G.P.Baskaran, DSASlide 31: Mobile Medical Team Outreach ProgrammeSlide 32: To provide medical out reach services at village level Attempting to redefine the AN care - at least 5 check ups by doctor - at least three ultrasonogram examinations - Hb, Blood grouping, Rh typing, VDRL, urine albumin, sugar examination -clinical parameters monitored by Doctor - TT immunization - IFASlide 33: Objectives of out reach programme To provide MCH coverage by Medical Officer at village level To provide medical supervision for immunization at the identified locations To enhance the quality of home care of newborns and infants To provide the listed services in the campSlide 34: Objectives To plan and implement holistic Health care strategy covering the key areas of primary health care componentsMobile RCH outreach Programme: Mobile RCH outreach Programme Out Reach service camps Login ID – http://dph.tn.nic.in Password – PHC HMIS User ID and Password Mobile Medical Unit Outreach services : Mobile Medical Unit Outreach servicesOutreach services : Outreach services antenatal care postnatal care newborn screening under five care RTI / STI management adolescent care health checkup for ICDS children treatment of minor ailments particularly for women and children family welfare counselling including NSVOutreach services: Outreach services lab services fever surveillance TB, leprosy case detection , review , follow up copper T insertion , removal and follow up IEC activities high risk family counselling and surveillance to prevent female infanticide / foeticide inspection of village drinking water supply system convening of health and nutrition village committee meetingLaboratory Services: Laboratory Services urine albumin urine sugar sputum for AFB PS for MPPrinciples for planning: Principles for planning Listed locations to be covered once in a month cycle Fixed programme policy to be followed Example : First Monday fore noon First Monday after noon Listed locations should not be more than 35 per blockPrinciples for planning: Principles for planning Areas around the Government Hospitals, PHC Headquarters village and immediate surrounding villages need not be provided Mobile services On Tuesday afternoon, the Mobile MO and team should attend PHC review meeting in their block on rotation. On Wednesdays mobile out reach camp should be conducted in only one village in view of immunization programmePrinciples for planning: Principles for planning Total number of camps for the mobile out reach teams per month Monday camps(2 camps) - 8 Tuesday camps(1 camp) - 4 Wednesday camp(1 camp) - 4 Thursday camp(2 camp) - 8 Friday(2 camp) - 8 Saturday(1 camp) -3 Total -35Principles for planning: Principles for planning For a particular location beneficiaries can come from all around the location irrespective of the jurisdiction of the HSC or PHC. All the concerned field staff from the surrounding areas should participate in the campDedicated Mobile Outreach Team: Dedicated Mobile Outreach Team Medical Officer Staff nurse Worker Driver Outreach Support Team: Outreach Support Team VHN SHN HSC health inspector PHC health inspector Block level staff shall attend in turn in all PHC areas ICDS staff and other community partners like FHLVs, adolescent girl volunteers should be encouraged to attend the camp IEC : IEC Board informing the fixed out reach session day and time should be displayed at the camp site Banner to be displayed at the camp site Banner to be displayed on the outreach vehicle also Fixed outreach plan to be printed and distributed to all elected representatives, SHGs, NGOs, ICDS and other stakeholders MMU Reporting : MMU Reporting Through online on the same day of the camp Janani Suraksha Yojana: Janani Suraksha Yojana JSY OBJECTIVES: JSY OBJECTIVES Promotion of Institutional Deliveries Promotion of Quality antenatal Care Encouraging Pregnant Women to have Nutritional Diet ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR JSY: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR JSY 19 years and above Below poverty line family Upto two living children SC / ST no income criteria STRATEGY- JSY: STRATEGY- JSY Early an registration Minimum 5 AN visits Minimum 3 PN visits Motivation for institutional deliveries Identification of beneficiaries APPLICATION FORMS: APPLICATION FORMS Application form available at PHC and HSC Also can be downloaded in the website www.tnhealth.org CERTIFICATES: CERTIFICATES Age certificate – ration card copy / school certificate /birth certificate / medical officer certificate Bpl certificate - by vhn / vao / panchayat president / bpl list copy Institutional delivery certificate Hospital certificate / discharge slip / vhn verification Mother and Child card copy CASH ASSITANCE: CASH ASSITANCE RURAL HOME DELIVERIES Rs. 500 INSTITUTIONAL DELIVERIES Rs. 700 URBAN HOME DELIVERIES Rs. 500 INSTITUTIONAL DELIVERIES Rs. 600 DISTRIBUTION OF CASH: DISTRIBUTION OF CASH Cheques to be issued by the bmo Cheques can also be issued by the medical officer in rch outreach camps and other functions e- governance: e- governance Open & Check your e-mails daily. Respond thro’ e-mails.SUB CENTRE ACTION PLAN: SUB CENTRE ACTION PLAN To collect the C.B.R from C.D.M.O’S office Survey the population of the area Estimate the No of eligible beneficiaries Estimate the no of Infants Estimate the no of Live births Estimate the no of <5 years children Estimate the no of Antenatal registration Estimate the no of High risk pregnancies Estimate the no of anemic pregnant women Estimate the no of high risk newborns Estimate the no of <3 years childrenSlide 58: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No . Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 1 VEMBAKKAM 601 Ariyur 3046 PHC PHC03046 ARIYUR 2 VEMBAKKAM 601 Chinna Elacheri 3043 PHC PHC03043 CHINRI 3 VEMBAKKAM 601 Mamandur 3042 PHC PHC03042 MAMAUR 4 VEMBAKKAM 601 Natheri 3045 PHC PHC03045 NATHRI 5 VEMBAKKAM 601 Perungattur 3044 UPGRADED PHC PHC03044 PERUUR 6 VEMBAKKAM 601 Vembakkam 3041 PHC PHC03041 VEMBAM 7 VEMBAKKAM 601 Chitathur 3510 PHC PHC03510 CHITUR 8 VEMBAKKAM 601 Akrapalayam 3511 PHC PHC03511 AKRAAMSlide 59: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 9 CHEYYAR 602 M.S.Mangalam 3050 PHC PHC03050 MELSAM 10 CHEYYAR 602 Navalpakkam 3049 MAIN PHC PHC03049 NAVAAM 11 CHEYYAR 602 Nedumpirai 3047 PHC PHC03047 NEDUAI 12 CHEYYAR 602 Thozhupedu 3048 PHC PHC03048 THOZDUSlide 60: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 13 ANAKAVUR 603 Akkur 3052 MAIN PHC PHC03052 AKKUUR 14 ANAKAVUR 603 Kovilur 3051 PHC PHC03051 KOVIUR 15 ANAKAVUR 603 Veerampakkam 3053 PHC PHC03053 VEERAMSlide 61: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 16 VANDAVASI 604 Irumbedu 3055 PHC PHC03055 IRUMDU 17 VANDAVASI 604 Kovalai 3056 PHC PHC03056 KOVAAI 18 VANDAVASI 604 Osur 3057 PHC PHC03057 OSURUR 19 VANDAVASI 604 Uluandai 3058 PHC PHC03058 ULUAAI 20 VANDAVASI 604 Vazhur 3054 UPGRADED PHC PHC03054 VAZHURSlide 62: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 21 THELLAR 605 Desur 3061 PHC PHC03061 DESUUR 22 THELLAR 605 Kunnagampoondi 3060 PHC PHC03060 KUNNDI 23 THELLAR 605 Malaiyur 3062 PHC PHC03062 MALAUR 24 THELLAR 605 Ponnur 3063 PHC PHC03063 PONNUR 25 THELLAR 605 Thellar 3059 UPGRADED PHC PHC03059 THELAR 26 THELLAR 605 Nallur 3509 PHC PHC03509 NALLURSlide 63: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 27 PERAMANALLUR 606 Anaipogi 3038 PHC PHC03038 ANAIGI 28 PERAMANALLUR 606 Kolapalur 3040 MAIN PHC PHC03040 KOLAUR 29 PERAMANALLUR 606 Madam 3039 PHC PHC03039 MADAAM 30 PERAMANALLUR 606 Peranamallur 3037 UPGRADED PHC PHC03037 PERAURSlide 64: HMIS ONLINE DATA ENTRY Sl.No. Block Name Blk Code Institution Name Inst Code Inst Type Userid Password 31 ARANI-EAST 607 Mullanthiram 3036 PHC PHC03036 MULLAM 32 ARANI-EAST 607 Nesal 3035 PHC PHC03035 NESAAL 33 ARANI-EAST 607 S.V.Nagaram 3034 UPGRADED PHC PHC03034 SVNAAM 34 ARANI-WEST 608 Devigapuram 3031 PHC PHC03031 DEVIAM 35 ARANI-WEST 608 Kannamangalam 3032 PHC PHC03032 KANNAM 36 ARANI-WEST 608 Malayampattu 3029 PHC PHC03029 MALATU 37 ARANI-WEST 608 Onnupuram 3033 PHC PHC03033 ONNUAM 38 ARANI-WEST 608 Thatchur 3030 UPGRADED PHC PHC03030 THATUR 39 ARANI-WEST 0608 Kamakoor 03541 PHC PHC03541 kama12 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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