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1 National Workshop-March 2014
MOTHER AND CHILD TRACKING SYSTEM (MCTS) JAMMU & KASHMIR

2 MCTS- A Path Breaking Initiative
Mother & Child Tracking System(MCTS) is a centralized web based application for improving delivery of health care services to pregnant women and children up to five years of age through name based tracking of each beneficiary and monitoring service delivery It has been declared as a Mission Mode Project under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) in July 2011 MCTS was started on Dec-2009 and since then has come long way. MCTS is a centralized web based application developed in co-ordination with NIC. MCTS application is introduced for improving delivery of health care services to pregnant women and children up to five years of age through name based tracking of each beneficiary and monitoring service delivery. In July 2011 MCTS has been declared as the Mission Mode Project under NeGP (National e-Governance Plan)

3 All pregnant women should receive their:
Objective(s) of MCTS To ensure that All pregnant women should receive their: Full Ante Natal Care (ANCs) services at due time Full Post Natal Care (PNCs) services at due time Encourage institutional delivery particularly of high risk mothers All children should receive their full immunisation at due time. This will help improve IMR, MMR, TFR and morbidity in women and children. The key objective of the MCTS is To ensure that All pregnant women should receive their: Full Ante Natal Care (ANCs) services at due time Full Post Natal Care (PNCs) services at due time Encourage institutional delivery particularly of high risk mothers All children should receive their full immunisation at due time

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11 Data captured under MCTS
Pregnant Women Children Location Details (State, District, Block, Address) Identification details (Name, DOB, Phone No, JSY, caste, Aadhaar detail) Health Provider details ( ANM, ASHA, Linked facility for delivery) ANC details (LMP, ANC dates, TT, IFA, Anemia, Complications) Pregnancy Outcome (Place, delivery date, JSY benefits) PNC Details - dates Infant details Location Details (State, District, Block, Address) Identification details (Name, DOB, Phone No, caste) Health Provider details (ANM, ASHA) Immunization details (Dates for BCG, OPV, DPT / Pantavelent, Hepatitis, Measles, Vit A) The key objective of the MCTS is To ensure that All pregnant women should receive their: Full Ante Natal Care (ANCs) services at due time Full Post Natal Care (PNCs) services at due time Encourage institutional delivery particularly of high risk mothers All children should receive their full immunisation at due time INTEGRATED RCH (VILLAGE WISE REGISTER)

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22 How MCTS can benefit - Beneficiaries
Information about desired services, Government Schemes & Benefits Advance information about the due services Facilitate in timely delivery of full complement of services Facilitate better interaction with Health Service Provider Facilitate availing the services from any Health Centre based on need Free consultation from Central Helpdesk (Toll Free No) MCTS can benefit Beneficiaries by providing Information about required services, Advance information about the due services Different Government Schemes & Benefits Facility to interaction with Health Service Provider Facility in timely delivery of full complement of services Flexibility to availing the services from any Health Centre based on need Free consultation from Central Helpdesk (Toll Free No)

23 How MCTS can benefit – ANM / ASHA
Auto generation of work-plan Better guidance from senior supervisors Contact details of the Beneficiaries SMS based workplan Micro planning for Field Visit Readily available Services due list MCTS benefits ANM/ASHA by providing Auto generated of work-plan Readily available Services due list Micro planning for field Visit Contact details of the Beneficiaries SMS based work-plan Better guidance from senior supervisors

24 How MCTS can benefit – CMO’s / BMO’s
BMO’s / DPMU / BPMU Readily available analytical reports Better planning for Vaccination Supply & Management Group /Individual SMS’s to health workers and beneficiaries Direct communication with ANMs / ASHAs and beneficiaries Facility reporting status Actionable reports of registration and service updating status MCTS is a very good tool for the DIO’s/ CMO’s and BMO’s and provides Actionable reports of registration and service updating status Readily available analytical reports Facility reporting status Direct communication with ANMs / ASHAs and beneficiaries Group /Individual SMS’s to health workers and beneficiaries Better planning for Vaccination Supply & Management

25 HOW MCTS CAN BENEFIT AT STATE LEVEL
At a Glance real time State progress report of the entire state Facilitate in identification of poor performing Districts, health facilities, Sub- Health Centres Graphical Dashboard for pictorial representation of the reports Special reports of high risk cases Focused deployment of health workers & any supplementary immunization activity planning Better data analysis for preparation of District /Block health action plans Improved supply chain management of vaccines and Drugs Effective IEC and communication with field workers and beneficiaries MCTS has various reports that states can utilize to review the implementation progress and take necessary corrective measures MCTS provides At a Glance real time State progress report of the entire state Facilitate in identification of poor performing Districts, health facilities, Sub- Health Centres Graphical Dashboard for pictorial representation of the reports Special reports of high risk cases Dedicated helpdesk for feedback and suggestion Focused deployment of health workers & any supplementary immunization activity planning Better data analysis for preparation of District /Block health action plans Improved supply chain management of vaccines and Drugs Effective IEC and communication with field workers and beneficiaries

26 Service Delivery Performance –
Jammu and Kashmir

27 Initiatives: Establishment of Call Center at both the division i.e Jammu and Kashmir divisions for better interaction with beneficiaries and front line health workers(ANMs & ASHAs) for Verification of the records and services delivered Encouraging for timely availing/ providing of due services Informing about Government schemes/ benefits programs Grievance redressal. USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) is a Global System for Mobile (GSM) technology has been commissioned for facilitating the data entry near real time basis.

28 State Programme Officers District Dev Commissioner
MCTS- Protocol Mission Director State Programme Officers State District Dev Commissioner CMO DPM DM&EO District BMO BM&EO Data Entry Operator Block Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge Through this slide we will explain you about the hierarchy of the administrators, health policy makers, health administrators, health service providers at all the levels of the state and will also explains their roles/responsibilities/protocols for making the MCTS programme a great success, successful roll out of MCTS and effective usage of MCTS data for micro planning of health related programmes/schemes. Our expectation from Health managers/Health Service Providers at different levels and for different process are as follows: Data collection, Data entry and data updation in the system – there should be as minimum as possible time gap between the actual service delivery and updation of data in the MCTS. It should be less than a week. Work Plan – work plan should be regularly generated and timely distributed to field level health service providers so that its proper utilization can be there Maintenance of quality of data - IT managers at various level as well as health administrators should regularly review the data in MCTS and help in improving its quality Regular review meeting – there should be regular review meeting on MCTS implementation at all levels (state level or district level or block level) Use of MCTS data as the only source of information for review of RCH services Senior level health managers/Administrators ( State level) should use the MCTS data to take the policy decision for the different schemes and health related programmes, identify the bottlenecks and Middle level health managers/ Administrators should use the MCTS data for micro level planning like distribution of vaccines/drugs, logistics, Human resource etc. Medical officers at all the levels should use the MCTS data for reviewing the progress of their catchment area ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

29 Monthly review meeting (SPMU/ DPMU, BPMU)
MCTS- Protocol – Monthly review meeting (SPMU/ DPMU, BPMU) Implementation & review of scheme(s) Provide guidance and support MD State Programme Officers State Data Officer State District Dev Commissioner CMO DPM District Block BMO Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

30 MCTS- Protocol – Monitoring of program
Mission Director State Programme Officers State Monitoring of program Review of Implementation of MCTS scheme regularly Provide necessary logistics Regular monitoring of Registration status / Facility Reporting and Updation of Service delivery Assessment of Human Resource District Dev Comm CMO DM&EO DPM District BM&EO Block BMO Medical Superintendent (CHC) Data Entry Operator Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

31 Data entry Workplan generation MCTS- Protocol - State District Block
Mission Director State Programme Officers State Data Officer State District Magistrate District Health Officer CMHO / CMO DPM District BMO BPM Block BM&EO Data Entry Operator Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

32 MCTS- Protocol - Delivery of Vaccine Distribution of Workplan to ANM
Collection of Information from ANM and deliver to Data Entry operator Mission Director State Programme Officers State Data Officer State District Magistrate District Health Officer CMHO / CMO DPM District BMO BPM Block BM&EO Data Entry Operator Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

33 INTEGRATED RCH REGISTER(VILLAGE WISE)
MCTS- Protocol - Service Delivery INTEGRATED RCH REGISTER(VILLAGE WISE) Attend monthly meeting at PHC & collect Workplan & Data updation Mission Director State Programme Officers State Data Officer State District Magistrate District Health Officer CMHO / CMO DPM District BMO BPM Block Medical Superintendent (CHC) Data Entry Operator Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

34 Identification of beneficiaries
MCTS- Protocol - Identification of beneficiaries Capture of information, inform ANM and assist during service delivery Escorting the patients to health facility Mission Director State Programme Officers State Data Officer State District Magistrate District Health Officer CMHO / CMO DPM District Block BMO BPM Medical Superintendent (CHC) Data Entry Operator Primary Health Centre M/O In-charge Alternate Vaccine Courier Data Entry Operator ANM Sub Centre ASHA Village

35 STATE HEALTH SOCIETY (NATIONAL HEALTH MISSION) J&K
Website - FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/nationalhealthmissionjk LINKEDIN - http://in.linkedin.com/pub/national-health-mission-state-health-society-j-k/a2/33a/856 HELPLINE -  JAMMU DIVISION SRINAGAR DIVISION JAMMU – Regional Institute of Health & Family Welfare, Nagrota, Jammu Tawi – , Tele fax – , KASHMIR – J&K Housing Board Complex, Chanpora, Srinagar – Tele fax – , MCTS –


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