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HEALTH SURVEY BY NATIONAL COUNCIL OF APPLIED ECONOMIC RESEARCH. DR.SHRIRAM V GOSAVI. Introduction . Founded in 1956 by ministries of Industry & Finance in co-operation with Ford Foundation.

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Health survey by national council of applied economic research

HEALTH SURVEY BY NATIONAL COUNCIL OF APPLIED ECONOMIC RESEARCH

DR.SHRIRAM V GOSAVI


Introduction
Introduction

Founded in 1956 by ministries of Industry & Finance in co-operation with Ford Foundation.

Objective: To undertake survey-assisted research into problems in applied economics, both for public & private sectors on themes that directly relevant to formulation of plans, particularly at regional level.

Primarily does large-scale sample survey on income and other development related indicators including various consumer products


Health surveys conducted by ncaer
Health Surveys conducted by NCAER

  • Survey on health care along with ‘Market information Survey on Households (MISH)

    - First survey: 1990

    - Second survey: 1993

  • Human Development Profile of India (HDPI)

    - First Survey: 1994

    - Second Survey: 2004 – 05

  • Socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS (2004)

  • Research on various aspects of workforce management and rational use of infrastructure in health sector

  • Several small scale surveys; e.g. Morbidity pattern, health care utilization and health expenditure pattern of urban poor


Survey on health care 1990
Survey on health care, 1990

  • First Survey on health care in 1990 focused on:

    - Type of illness suffered by household member - Source of treatment

    - Type of medical care sought

    - Cost of medical care by household


Survey on health care 1993
Survey on health care, 1993

  • Second round of the survey in 1993 added several new features.

    - Health expenditure in greater details

    - Socio-economic characteristics of the households and its relation with morbidity pattern and health expenditure

    - Distance travelled to seek treatment

    - Data on illness episode requiring hospitalization collected separately


Survey on health care methodology and sample design
Survey on health care: methodology and sample design

All India survey of the household covering both urban & rural area ( 21 states & union territories)

First round of survey:

In rural area

- used a stratified sample design

- 371 district ( 2-5 villages) with probability proportional to population of village (1981)

- 1061 villages ( 269,000 household listed) using simple random sampling

In urban:

- 632 cities ( first stage sampling unit)

- 1,873 blocks (228,000 household listed)

Second round of survey:

- 18,693 household (2,339- urban & 6354- rural)


Human development profile of india 1994
Human Development Profile of India, 1994

In 1994 conducted a multifaceted empirical study Human development profile of India-I (HDPI-I)

Study rich source of data on various aspect of health

Collect information on prevalence of a short term and major morbidity, treatment seeking and expenditure pattern

Collect data on maternal & child health services


Human development profile of india 2004 2005
Human Development Profile of India, 2004 - 2005

Underlying idea to carry forward the work begun in the previous survey and understand human development through survey research

Main objective:

- resurvey the HDPI-I

- for comparison and account change over last ten year in the indicator of human development

- provide continuity & sustainability to building framework for understanding & developing policy tools


Health development profile of india i methodology and sample design
Health Development Profile of India-I: methodology and sample design

16 states & union territories

- stratified three stage sample design

- household listed ( religion, caste, household size, source of income, cultivable land operated where major source of income is cultivation)

- 33,230 household (1,765 villages )

- 2,500 household ( 16 urban centers)


Health development profile of india ii methodology and sample design
Health Development Profile of India-II: methodology and sample design

19 major states & union territories

Rural:

- 14,181 household resurveyed rural area

- 3,787 household rural refresher (old villages)

- 8,935 household rural refresher (new villages)

Urban:

- 14,580 household from urban area


Survey instrument used for hdpi
Survey instrument used for HDPI

HDPI-I

HDPI-II

thee structured questionnaire

- part-I: socio-economic & educational profile

- part-II: health profile of household

- part-III: village schedule ( information on infrastructure )

Five structured questionnaire

- household questionnaire

- village questionnaire

- education questionnaire

- primary school questionnaire

- medical facility questionnaire


Hdpi i ii survey training of investigator
HDPI-I & II survey training of investigator

In every state, local institutions entrusted with task of collecting data

HDPI-I: 150 supervisor & 600 investigators trained for collection & compiling of data

HDPI-II:

- nine training centers to train field invest.

- classroom lecture, pre-testing in field (for 10 d)

- 400 invest. & supervisor

- for selection of coordinating agencies, workshop in Delhi, Bangalore & Kolkata


Socio economic impact of hiv aids conducted in 2004 05
Socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS conducted in 2004-05

Objective:

- to understand the nature & type of economic impact of HIV /AIDS on household

- assessed net economic impact of HIV/AIDS on states & national level economic performance


Survey on health problems of urban poor
Survey on ‘Health problems of urban poor

Conducted in two cities: Chennai & Delhi

Study focuses on

- to examine the morbidity patterns

- health care utilization

- expenditure pattern of urban poor

- information on health problem urban poor

- access to treatment & type of treatment sought

- public vers. private care

- gender differences in health seeking behavior


Poverty head count ratio hcr by state in rural india 1993 94 2004 05 nsso ces ncaer hdpi i ii
Poverty head count ratio (HCR) by state in rural India, 1993-94 & 2004-05: NSSO (CES) & NCAER (HDPI-I & II)


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