Medical officers resolve to formulate a “Bihar 2016” model based to develop an effective communication skills model to better assess their patients
- Improved capacity to govern and manage a government led system for quality assurance in the health sector.
- Strengthened institutional capacity and embedded systems to create a pool of skilled health workers.
- Increased capacity of the government to work with private sector providers.
- Improved procurement and supply chain management systems.
- Stronger public financial management systems.
Reflection: Updates from SWASTH - BTAST (January 2015)
The Department of Health, Government of Bihar has constituted State Monitoring Teams to improve the quality of health services being provided under the National Health Mission and sharpen coordination up to the peripheral level.
Gram Varta or Village Dialogue spreads awareness among women on health, nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene.
Two Skills Labs in Bhagalpur and Muzaffarpur districts of Bihar conduct RMNCH+A prescribed six-day training programmes for improving the skills of nurses and doctors in maternal and child health
Patna: To cope with public health emergencies arising out of repeated outbreaks of diseases like Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES)/JE in Bihar, a strat
BTAST shares key SWASTH findings at a national conferenceBihar government officials and BTAST experts working in the fields of health, nutrition, women empowerment, water and sanitation and monitoring and evaluation share experiences from the state
Reflection: Updates from SWASTH - BTAST (December 2015)
Set up to ensure patient welfare, Rogi Kalyan Samitis are responsible for proper functioning and management of government health care facilities in Bihar.
A district-level Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop in Araria shows trainers the way ahead in bringing more people under the VHSND initiative.