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KATHUA: District Development Commissioner Kathua Rahul Pandey chaired a meeting today to review achievements under health sector programs, operation of health facilities and extended health facilities for patients.

The DC also reviewed the availability of doctors, paramedics and health conditions in health facilities in the District.

The meeting was attended by Program Officer, ICDS Kathua, CMO Kathua, Dy. CMO, Kathua, District Tuberculosis Officer, District Health Officer, District Immunization Officer, PWD Executive Engineer (R&B) Div Kathua, PWD Deputy Executive Engineer (R&B) Div Basohli in addition to relevant department officers and officials of health.

A fierce discussion took place on the physical status of the projects, financial implications, achievements in health care, patient care, FW and vaccination and other related matters.

On occasion, the CMO gave a detailed overview through a PowerPoint presentation and projected various issues regarding staffing shortages and other related issues.

The DC urged health officials to meet patient expectations and focus on ensuring quality, accessible and affordable health care to improve user satisfaction levels in government health facilities.

The DC also collected feedback on the implementation of various schemes and programs under the National Health Mission including RBSK, PC and PNDT in addition to covid containment measures, status of production plants oxygen, etc.

Regarding the achievements made under the AB-PMJAY-SEHAT scheme in the district, the DC directed to develop modalities to expedite enrollment in the AB-PMJAY-SEHAT scheme and urged all parties involved to redouble efforts to achieve the target of 100% beneficiary registration under the AB-PMJAY-SEHAT program. the regime in the neighborhood.

It was also indicated that there are 73.13% of families and 67.58% of beneficiaries registered under the program.

During the meeting, the DC emphasized improving the infrastructure of health facilities and streamlining medical staff, sensitizing staff to meet the needs of patients.

The DC has also instructed relevant officers to project issues that require administration intervention by conducting site visits and monitoring timeliness, quality of assets in addition to setting responsibilities of executing agencies.

The DC also added that the AB PM-JAY SEHAT scheme is one of the most ambitious schemes launched by the government to provide free universal health insurance coverage and that efforts should be made to ensure its saturation.

Later, the Deputy Commissioner reviewed the overall functioning of AYUSH and highlighted the effective implementation of the programs and provision of the best patient care services in the hospitals.

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