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Shri Ram Murti Janhit Chikitsa Yojna
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Subject Area="Access to service and coverage." Objective="Financial support to BPL families for major surgical procedures in premier hospitals in or outside the state."
Details for Reform Option "Shri Ram Murti Janhit Chikitsa Yojna"
Summary

The hospital started in the year 2002 with the aim to provide the best medical care facilities at low cost to the society. S.R.M.S. Janhit Chikitsa Yojna (JCY) was introduced on 4th July 2009 with the vision of making available the medical facilities to those who cannot afford it. Under this scheme, provision of admitting maximum 6 patients per day was kept. A committee was set up with the following members: Medical Superintendent/Assistant Medical Superintendent ,Treating Consultant and Deputy Administrator- Patient Care. Every patient who is considered for the scheme is first recommended by the consultant of the department who also considers whether the patient is genuine or not. The Patient Care department then scrutinizes all the details and checks his/her fitness under this scheme. All the formalities are then verified and sanctioned by the Medical Superintendent/Assistant Medical Superintendent.

Cost Provisionary budget allocated to this scheme by SRMS Trust is 45 lakh in the FY 2013-14 aiming at 1500 free patients for the treatment.
Place Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences, Bareily, Uttar Pradesh.
Time Frame It was conceptualized in the year October 2008. Implemented on 4th July 2013, foundation day of Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences.
Advantages

Poor patients who were not able to get any treatment due to poor financial condition can get world class treatment at no cost at all Fulfilling the social commitments towards the society. Creates an environment of empathy and social service amongst the staff of SRMSIMS.

Challanges

Unable to provide super specialty services due to cost factor. Unable to provide the services to the critically ill patients requiring ICU care due to paucity of funds.

Prerequisites

• Infrastructure: Since SRMSIMS is a 950 bedded Multi Super Specialty, Tertiary Care and Trauma Centre, moreover is Medical College with Pre, Para and Clinical departments. • Manpower: Medical, paramedical, technical and administrative staff and Class IV staff. • Finance: The TRUST is self funded and makes budgetary provision for this scheme from their own sources. • Co- ordination: Tremendous co-ordination required among the staff and the management. • Will power: To provide the best services to the needy. • Team work: Everyone needs to work as a team to help poor under this scheme.

Who needs to be consulted

Deputy Administrator (Patient care) is the person to be contacted first or Medical Suptd. /Addl Medical Superintendent.

Risks

The critically ill patient may not be able to wait for the procedure to follow.

Sustainability

Yes it is sustainable as it has been running successfully since 4th July 2009. Conditions required for sustainability are: finance and vision coupled with willingness and team work.

Chances of Replication

Yes it can be replicated as it is a good and successful model.

Comments

Excellent scheme which can be replicated in other corporate hospital and private medical college provided there is strong willingness as well as the inclination to help the poor.

Contact

Medical Superintendent, SRMS Institute of Medical Sciences, Bareily, Phone No. (0581) 2582014 to 25. Fax: 2582010, 2582030 Email: info@srmsims.ac.in, patient_care@srmsims.ac.in Website: www.srmssims.ac.in Mobile: 9412761868 (Medical Suptd.)

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Vineet Verma Manager –SRMS Mob: 9412738652 Email: vineetverma@srmsims.ac.in

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