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OJAS (Online JSY And Shubhlaxmi Payment System), Rajasthan
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Subject Area="Health information systems." Objective="Performance monitoring to improve services."
Details for Reform Option "OJAS (Online JSY And Shubhlaxmi Payment System), Rajasthan"

• "OJAS Software" is a web based system. • This is the password protected system and run by the authorized user only. • This system has been integrated with PCTS software. The master data base and users have been used for this system. OJAS is an online system which facilitates the user to capture beneficiary wise details of payment for JSY scheme and Shubhlaxmi Yojna, after due eligibility at CHC & above government health institutions. Online payment of JSY scheme and Shubhlaxmi Yojna to beneficiaries bank accounts and generate various kind of reports to monitor the progress of the programme and various health information. To ensure their timely and seamless online payment for JSY and Shubhlaxmi beneficiaries. The software popularly known "OJAS Software" has been conceptualized with following objectives:- • To monitor the performance of each delivery including female child every day/ month. • On line payments in JSY and SLY • To identify the Gap area and need assessment at facility level as well as at community level. • Timely and transparent payment for beneficiaries and system. The process flow of payment:- It is an unique initiative by NHM, Rajasthan. The software has been developed by NIC, Rajasthan state unit and the core group constituted by the Mission Director, NHM, Rajasthan. OJAS has been conceptualized and developed in a very short time span because of the keen interest shown by the authority to solve this major problem, which were being faced at grass root level. This online payment process has been implemented all over the state from 1 August 2015 at CHC and higher govt. health institutions. Various functionaries have been oriented for their responsibilities. Directions and circulars have been issued to States/Districts/Block/ PHC officials. Training for filling up the claim forms J-1 and J-2 has been done in all the districts up to CHC level and above level. For online payment, Bank of Baroda has been selected, which provides service without any additional charges.

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Place Rajasthan
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• It would be possible to monitor the physical and financial progress under the programme. • Simplification of payment system. • No more multi-channel payment. • Assessment of the health services provided at community level would be easier.


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Who needs to be consulted

Dr.Tarun Choudhary, Project Director, Maternal Health, 9829096525 Sh. Hemendra Baplawat, Consultant, (JSY) Janani Suraksha Yojna, 9828720304



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Chances of Replication

Very good( Other states may use this innovative scheme)


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Submitted By

Seema Mishra, Dy. Director(CBHI), Regional Office for Health and Family Welfare, Kendriya Sadan, Block-B, 2nd Floor, Room no. 208, Sector-10, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur- Rajasthan.

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