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Sampoorna, Uttar Pradesh
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Subject Area="Health information systems." Objective="Optimum utilisation of the resources by timely collection of data to control epidemic of the diseases."
Details for Reform Option "Sampoorna, Uttar Pradesh"
Summary

Background: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Indian women and about every 8th woman suffers from Cervical Cancer in India which are preventable if screening is done on time and precancerous lesions are treated. Action: Sampoorna Clinics have been established exclusively for women, to provide knowledge, tests and management of selected non-communicable diseases, Cervical Cancer and Breast cancer. Result: Almost 30,000 women have been screened for diabetes, Hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, anemia & Cervical Cancer. The positive and borderline cases are managed by counseling / treatment / referral / follow up. The clients are also provided knowledge about self – breast examination.

Cost 50 Lacs in year 2014-15, 350 Lacs in year 2015-16.
Place 28 districts of Uttar Pradesh, 3 locations in each district (1 DWH and 2 select CHCs).
Time Frame Started the project in April, 2015, established 1st clinic in Sept, 2015, scaled up to 28 districts in Jan, 2016.
Advantages

Enabling and providing women the knowledge and access to preventive health care which can not only improve their health but will impact on the family’s health and the whole community.

Challanges

1. Women do not perceive need for such tests. 2. There is dearth of doctors and available doctors are busy in doing MNH work which is priority of the health department. 3. The device which is used for cryotherapy of the precancerous lesions is not very robust. 4. Uninterrupted supply of Nitrous Oxide is also a challenge.

Prerequisites

Training of doctors and screening assistants, training module, space in the hospital, community awareness etc.

Who needs to be consulted

Concerned officer

Risks

Sustainability

GOI is providing all the fund therefore sustainable.

Chances of Replication

Already replicated to 28 districts.

Comments

Contact

Dr. AB Singh, DGM, NCD, SPMU, NHM, Uttar Prades

Submitted By

Dr. Monica Tripathi, DGM, SIFPSA

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