HRH Development Plan

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1. HRH Development Plan ODISHA

2. Odisha has made some noteworthy progress:

3. BACK GROUND PROJECTED POPULATION -40 MILLION 85% LIVE IN VILLAGE SETTINGS IN ORISSA – 314 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCKS 118 Tribal Blocks 6234 GPS 46989 -INHABITED VILAGES 47 % - BPL 22.2% Tribal and 16 .7% SC population

4. RURAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE TOTAL HEALTH INSTITUTIONS-1701 Rural facilities CHC-227 PHC-115 PHC-N-1162 AREA HOSPITALS-120 SUB CENTERS-6648 MHU-95 (IN KBK REGION)

5. Doctors Orissa Medical Health services – Doctors Total-4,258 Doctors under 6 cadres Class-II – 2612 doctors and 843 Specialist Class-I Junior– 483 Doctors Class-I Sr - 277 Junior Admin (Level-II) – 34 Junior Admin (level-I) – 6 Senior Admin -3 About 20%(nearly 800 posts are vacant) No major and systematic efforts have been made to reform/restructure it .

6. Others

7. Health Facility- as per IPHS

8. HRH-IPHS

9. Financial Implications-IPHS

10. Rationale Given the current scenario, it may not be realistic and feasible to go with the IPHS at present . Vision is rationalised to fit the current scenario to make all rural facilities fully functional.

11. Present Workforce-Rural settings

12. 5 most state specific challenges… Filling up Vacancies Financing and developing institutions producing Health Personnel Transfer and Posting Incentive based personnel management system Technology driven information systems

13. Orissa proposes…… Overall Objective : To make all existing rural health facilities Fully functional by rationalisation of staff and filling up vacancies by end of 2015 to meet the MDGs Immediate Objective- To increase the number of CHC from 227 to 314 by converting the 87 Block PHCs by the year 2010 By end of 2010,the state ensures; Doctor-314(MOI/C at CHC level) Specialists-686(456 sp in 114 CHCs and 226 sp in 113 CHCs) Doctors -1162 at PHC (N) level Nurses-5 in each CHC HW -6688 HW(F) and 4398 HW (M) and other paramedics

14. Strategy Next…. Systematic review of cadre and infrastructure HRMIS Redefine responsibilities, career path and Deployment Capacity Development Incentives Innovations

15. Action Plans

16. Action Plans..contd

17. Long term plans for the state by 2015 Increase the intake capacity of existing Medical Colleges 2 more Government Medical Colleges and 20 ANM Centers in remote districts Fill all vacancies Create more Specialists and Paramedics Laying foundation for a knowledge hub on Health in the state HR functioning fully automated

18. Addressing Ownership… A 2 pronged strategy reflecting a short term 2010 plan and a long term 2015 plan Less burden of Finance to the state Link it to commitment of state on NRHM goals, MDGs and target setting Link incentive based plan as a Government propaganda for election year

19. Possible Linkages Network and partner with technical institutes like NIHFW and HSPH to improve the research and quality training & development Negotiate the plans with Donor agencies for an agreement Window of opportunities through Public Private partnership

20. We stand committed to our mothers and children…..

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