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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 (579), PHCs (2344) and SHC (13566).

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) andCDAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing) NOIDA is providing technical support in the implementation and operations of "Arogya Online Project" at the 35 Health Institutions.


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). Data reporting is performed for the nearly 17000 units on regular monthly basis.

Nodal Officer for PCTS is 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:-

  • National e-Governance Awards 2011-12
  • The Manthan Award, South Asia – 2009
  • Best Project under e-Health Category under e-India 2010
  • Path breaking implementation – Wipro’s e-Nation

 

Integrated System for Monitoring of PCPNDT ACT:- 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 1600 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 Incharge State PCPNDT Cell.


Training photographs:

 

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

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

Group:- G-1

  1. User Management
  2. OPD Registration
  3. Enquiry
  4. Emergency Registration
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
Group:- G-2
  1. Out Patient Management
  2. Investigation
  3. Billing
Group:- G-3
  1. Blood Bank
  2. In Patient Management
  3. Operation Theatre 
Group:- G-4
  1. Patient Medical Record
  2. Diet Kitchen 
  3. Pharmacy Store

‘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.

Below is the indicative design of the proposed network under the project:-

Deployment architecture at RSDC is as under:-

Training photographs:

Link For:- Online Investigation Report

Link For:- Arogya Online

SNo
List of 35 District Hospital Name / District Name
GO-LIVE

1

Govt. Amrit Kaur Hospital, Beawar, Ajmer
23/01/2012
2
Rajeev Gandhi Govt. General Hospital, Alwar
01/01/2012
3
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Banswara
01/03/2012
4
Govt. District Hospital, Baran
01/11/2012
5
Govt. Hospital Barmer
21/09/2012
6
Raj Bahadur Memorial Govt. Hospital, Bharatpur
15/09/2012
7
Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Bhilwara
01/04/2012
8
Shri Sawliya Dist. Govt. General Hospital, Chittorgarh
01/01/2013
9
Sadar Hospital Dhoupur
05/11/2012
10
Shree Haridev Joshi General Hospital, Dungarpur
01/10/2012
11
Govt. District Hospital, Sriganganagar
19/01/2012
12
Haribux Kawatiya District Hospital, Jaipur
15/08/2011
13
Shree Rajendra Sarwajanik Hospital & Medical College, Jhalawar
05/04/2013
14
Govt. Bangur District Hospital, Pali
25/01/2012
15
Shri Kalyan Hospital, Sikar
03/04/2012
16
Pandit Briz Sundar Sharma General Hospital Bundi
27/10/2015
17
Govt D.B. General District Hospital Churu
24/08/2015
18
Shree Ramkaran Joshi Govt Hospital Dausa
07/08/2015
19
MGM Govt District Hospital Hanumangarh
07/07/2015
20
Jawahar District Hospital Jaisalmer
16/09/2015
21
Govt B.D.K general District Hospital Jhunjhunu
18/08/2015
22
District Hospital Karauli
02/09/2015
23
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Govt District Hospital Nagaur
13/08/2015
24
General District Hospital Swai Madhopur
18/08/2015
25
Saadat District Hospital Tonk
01/08/2015
26
Satellite District Hospital Ajmer
17/04/2017
27
Satellite District Hospital Bikaner
16/05/2017
28
Bhandari Hospital Jalore
08/05/2017
29
Govt. Hyosan Hospital Mahilabag, Jodhpur
08/05/2017
30
Satellite Hospital Paota, Jodhpur
20/02/2017
31
Rampura Satellite District Hospital Kota
28/08/2017
32
District Hospital Pratapgarh
23/03/2017
33
R. K. District Hospital Rajsamand
20/02/2017
34
General Hospital Sirohi
22/05/2017
35
Satellite District Hospital Chandpol Udaipur
17/04/2017

Year-wise No. of OPD Registrations

For more information contact : Mr. Sumesh Singh, Consultant (Information Technology), NRHM, 9887283641 (M), 0141-5112527 (off.)