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Health Management Information System (HMIS) Projects

Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare is widely spread all over the Rajasthan state having its administrative and health services office at various levels State HQ at Jaipur, Joint Director (Zone) offices (7), District CM&HO offices (34), Block CMO offices (249), CHCs (551), PHCs (2066) and SHC (13227).

Various MIS projects are functional in the different sections of department. The technical services are supported by the NIC (National Informatics Centre - Rajasthan) for the design and maintenance of the online softwares. RISL (RajCOMP Info Services Limited) is providing technical support in the implementation of "Arogya Online Project" at the 15 Districts Hospitals (9 under RHSDP and 6 under NRHM).


Why computerized Health Management Information System (HMIS)?
Establishment of HMIS provides reliable and cost effective mechanism for better monitoring, management, planning and decision making for effective health service delivery.

Following are the functional MIS projects:-

Pregnancy, Child Tracking and Health Services Management System (PCTS):- The website was launched by Hon’ble, Union Health Minister in the presence of Hon’ble, Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan on 15th September, 2009 at Jaipur.

The website address of the system is http://pctsrajmedical.raj.nic.in. The system is designed and developed by the National Informatics Centre – Rajasthan. It helps in the online tracking of pregnant women & children and monitoring of the health services provided to the beneficiaries, it is also referred as PCTS (Pregnancy, Child Tracking and Health Services Management System). Nearly 13000 units are reporting the data on the system on regular monthly basis.

Nodal Officer for PCTS is Additional Charge of State Demographer. PCTS has mainly two components: 1) Computerized monthly reporting and 2) Line list of individual beneficiary (pregnant woman, neo-nate & infants) 3) Swasthya Sandesh Seva (SMS Alerts to Citizen and Health Workers) Click here for more details

Following are the recognitions/awards have been received by the system:-

  • The Manthan Award, South Asia – 2009
  • Best Project under e-Health Category under e-India 2010
  • Path breaking implementation – Wipro’s e-Nation

Brief details of progress up to Feb, 2014 is given below:-

In Lacs
Year
ANC Registration
Delivery

Children Details

2009-10
9.28
2.49
2.37
2010-11
12.91
10.10
7.68
2011-12
11.71
10.41
9.68
2012-13
12.17
14.67
14.04
2013-14
11.64
10.86
10.25
Total
57.71
48.53
44.02

Rajasthan Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojna (RJSSY):- The website was launched by Hon’ble Union State Health Minister on 11th April, 2012 (i.e. Safe Motherhood Day) at Jaipur.

The website address of the system is http://rjssy.raj.nic.in. The system is designed and developed by the National Informatics Centre – Rajasthan. It helps in the online monitoring of the services delivered to the beneficiaries under the RJSSY. The system provides drill-down facility to identify the expenditure done on an individual pregnant woman or infant (up to 30 days) under various heads such as registration, institutional delivery, c-section, transportation, blood facility, hot food, medicines & consumables etc. The system would help in ensuring the effective delivery of health services under the RJSSY. Nearly 1700 units are reporting the data on the system on regular basis.
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Nodal Officer for RJSSY is Project Director (Maternal Health).


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Brief details of progress up to Feb., 2014 is given below:-
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Mukhya Mantri Jeevan Raksha Kosh (MMJRK):- The website was launched by the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan on 15th September, 2009 at Jaipur.

The website address of the system is http://cmbpljrk.raj.nic.in. The system is designed and developed by the National Informatics Centre – Rajasthan. It helps in the online monitoring of the services provided under the MMJRK (Mukhyamantri Jeevan Raksha Kosh) scheme. Nearly 400 units are reporting the data on the system on regular basis. Click here for more details

Nodal Officer for MMJRK is Project Director (MMJRK).

Categories included in year 2009
Categories included in year 2010
Categories included in year 2011
Categories included in year 2012
  1. BPL families (26.0 lac families)
  2. State BPL families (10.0 lac families)
  3. ASTHA card holder families (5,000 families)
  4. HIV/AIDS patients (15,000 persons)
  1. Old aged/ Widow/ Handicapped pensioners (10,000 persons)
  2. Antodaya Ann Yojna (21,000 families)
  3. Annpurna Yojna (Senior Citizen) (1.06 lac persons)
  4. Kathodi Tribes (8000 families)
  1. Mehrangarh Durg Dukhantika, Jodhpur (212 families)
  2. BPL & Sate BPL couples getting treatment of infertility for child
  3. Orphan Children living in hostels of Social Justice & Empowerment Department (SJED) or approved by SJED
  4. Physically & mentally challenged children studying in special Govt. School or such schools approved by the Govt.
  5. Inmates of women hostels (Mahila sadans) of the SJED
  6. All Thallassemia and Haemophilia patients of the State
  1. All beneficiaries of Navjeevan yojana
  2. Economical & social backward classes like Bhopa, Bagariya, Banjara, Gadiya-Lohar, Kanjar, Sansi, Nat, Mev, Mirasi, Jaga, Jogee, Walmiki-Harijan, Rebari, Madari, Allisah, Sapera, Raysikh, Bhisti whose families annually income is up to rupees 1.0 Lakh.
  3. Jaipur Bomb Blast-2008 and families
  4. Kherwa janjati from Baran District.

Total 16 Categories covering 45% of state population

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Brief details of progress up to March, 2014 is given below:-

Year wise Physical and Financial Statement from January 2009 to March 2014
S.No.
Duration
Physical Progress (In lac.)
Financial ( In Cr.)
OPD
IPD
Total
OPD
IPD
Total
1.
2008-09
03.32
0.42
3.74
1.75
3.67
5.42
2-
2009-10
25.65
2.80
28.45
12.03
16.72
28.75
3-
2010-11
38.23
4.12
42.35
22.12
23.02
45.14
4-
2011-12
36.63
3.03
39.66
21.16
22.29
43.45
5-
2012-13
35.44
2.48
37.92
17.10
21.64
38.47
6-
2013-14
35.45
2.09
37.54
17.26
22.78
40.04
Total
174.72
14.94
189.66
91.42
110.12
201.54

 

Monitoring System for PCPNDT:- The website was launched on 1st October, 2012.The website address of the system is http://pcpndt.raj.nic.in. The system is designed and developed by the National Informatics Centre – Rajasthan. It helps in the online monitoring of the form-A, form-F and tracking devices fitted in the sonography machines at the registered sonography centres and generates various analytical and graphical reports. Nearly 1400 units are reporting the data on the system on regular daily/real-time basis. Click here for more details

Nodal Officer for the system is Deputy Director (RCH) & Incharge State PCPNDT Cell.


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Brief details of progress up to March. 2014 is given below:-

AROGYA ONLINE PROJECT

Arogya Online Project:- Government of Rajasthan has taken the initiative to automate the Hospitals in the state to improve the patient care. e-Health or ‘Arogya Online’ is the electronic management of health information to deliver safer, more efficient, better quality healthcare to the citizens of the state. This landmark initiative is facilitating the transition of paper-based clinical record keeping to electronic means for better information exchange. e-Health is a buzz word comprising innovative methods and tools for more dynamic health systems, new technologies that aim to improve disease prevention, facilitate patient safety and quality, provide more efficient disease diagnosis and treatment, and increase health system coordination and use of resources. e-Health has the potential to help to create a safer, more efficient and more equitable health sector. The key benefits of ‘Arogya Online’ system includes:-

• Streamlines workflows operations, resource utilization and management to improve hospital administration
• Enhances the quality of patient care
• Creates platform for information exchange
• End to end supply chain management within the system
• Unique modular design structure of application to enhance operational flexibility

Core Modules
PHASE-1
Back Office Modules
PHASE-2
Misc Modules
PHASE-3

1. Emergency Registration
2. OPD Registration
3. Out Patient Management
4. In Patient Management
5. Enquiry
6. User Management
7. Investigation
8. Billing
9. Blood Bank
10. Patient Medical Record
11. Operation Theatre
12. Pharmacy Store
13. Diet Kitchen

1. Stores Management System
2. Procurement & Purchase
3. Central Sterile Services
4. Personnel Information System
5. Finance Management System
6. Bio Med. Waste/House Keeping
7. Transport
8. Linen/Laundry
9. Bio-Medical Engg. Dept. (BMED)
10. Administrative Module
11. Appointment Management
12. Roster Management

1. RTI
2. Health Portal
3. File Tracking System
4. Library Mgt. System

‘Arogya Online’ is designed to provide the highest level of flexibility and operational efficiency for a hospital. The system performs complex tasks like investigation billing, bed management, admission discharge and transfer procedures, pharmacy management and various other related activities.

The successful SMS Hospital Model is to be replicated at the 15 District Hospitals by Department of Medical, Health & Family Welfare as per announcement made by Hon’ble Chief Minister in his Budget Speech 2010-11. In this regard, a tripartite MOU was signed between Medical & Health Department, RajCOMP and C-DAC at Swasthya Bhawan on 24th June 2010.

9 District Hospitals under RHSDP
6 District Hospitals under NRHM
(high focus districts)
1. Ajmer: Beawer, - 300 bedded
2. Alwar+Zenana, - 427
3. Banswara, - 300
4. Bharatpur+Zenana, - 400
5. Bhilwara, - 400
6. Ganganagar, - 300
7. Jaipur, - 150
8. Pali, - 300
9. Sikar, - 300
1. Baran, - 300 bedded [Saharia]
2. Barmer, - 300 [Desert]
3. Dholpur, - 300 [Dang area]
4. Dungarpur, - 300 [Tribal]
5. Chittorgarh,- 200 [Partially tribal]
6. Jhalawar- 200
Below is the indicative design of the proposed network under the project:-

Deployment architecture at RSDC is as under:-

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SNo
Distirct Hospital Name / District Name
Launch Date
No. of OPD Patients up to March. 2014
Support Engineer Name
Phone Number

1

Govt. Amrit Kaur Hospital, Beawar, Ajmer
23 Jan, 2012
746188
Suresh Swami 9694901926
2
Rajeev Gandhi Govt. General Hospital, Alwar
01 Jan, 2012
1289262
Karamchand Yogi

9001581021

3
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Banswara
01 Mar, 2012
516481
Pawan Kumar Yogi 7597851482
4
Govt. District Hospital ,Baran
01 Nov, 2012
454808
Deepak Kumar Sharma 9166155302, 8432633464
5
Govt. Hospital Barmer
21 Sep , 2012
507630
Narendra singh 9001108007
6
Raj Bahadur Memorial Govt. Hospital , Bharatpur
15 Sept, 2012
257700
Vinay Singh 9799422297
7
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Bhilwara
01 April, 2012
641482
Jayant Pal 9784775250
8
Shri Sawliya Dist. Govt. General Hospital , Chittorgarh
01 Jan , 2013
247628
Virendra Kumar 9785307332
9
Sadar Hospital Dhoulpur
05 Nov , 2012
467874
Anil Kumar Sharma 9784297650
10
Shree Haridev Joshi General Hospital, Dungarpur
01 Oct , 2012
246642
Dashrath Ragar 9667824819, 8946970661, 7877944864
11
Govt. District Hospital , Sriganganagar
19 Jan, 2012
733674
Preetmohan singh 9461261244
12
Haribux Kawatiya District Hospital, Jaipur
15 Aug, 2011
1211147
Mohit Negi 9509643798
13
Shree Rajendra Sarwajanik Hospital & medical Collage, Jhalawar
05 Apr, 2013
143791
Sandeep Prasad 8824261202
14
Govt. Bangur District Hospital, Pali
25 Jan, 2012
584491
Gaurav Kumar 9828571551
15
Shri Kalyan Hospital , Sikar
03 April, 2012
844827
Ramkishan 9783667426
Total:
8893625
   

 

SNo
Month

Cumulative no. of OPD patients (Since launch date)

Month-wise No. of OPD Status

1

Sept. 12
2122646
-
2
Oct. 12
2454686
332040
3
Nov. 12
2712067
257381
4
Dec. 12
3081402
369335
5
Jan. 13
3415959
334557
6
Feb. 13
3796047
380088
7
March 13
4220016
423969
8
Apr. 13
4618594
398578
9
May. 13
5034814
416220
10
June 13
5396886
362072
11
July 13
5845137
448251
12
Aug. 13
6275364
430227
13
Sept. 13
6692569
417205
14
Oct. 13
7093277
400708
15
Nov. 13
7447512
354235
16
Dec. 13
7746698
299186
17
Jan. 14
8055647
308949
18
Feb. 14
8450859
395212
19
March 14
8893625
442766

 

For more information contact : Mr. Sumesh Singh, Consultant (Information Technology), NRHM, 9887283641 (M), 0141-5142525 (off.)