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FREE MEDICINE AND E - AUSHADHI DR. SATISH PAWAR DHS,Mumbai DR. PAWAR R.B. ADHS (PROC)

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1 FREE MEDICINE AND E - AUSHADHI DR. SATISH PAWAR DHS,Mumbai DR. PAWAR R.B. ADHS (PROC)

2 Topics covered Free Medicine – Free Consumables Purchase Procedure in Use of DPDC grants for medical and consumable purchase e-Aushadhi Software

3 Free Medicine – Free Consumables Government of Maharashtra passed resolution on 7th May, 2013 for implementation "free medicine & consumables" in Maharashtra. Details guidelines regarding free medicine scheme was issued to all CS and DHO letter dated: Some of the silent features are given below:- 1)Head of institution is responsible for implementation of scheme 2) If outside prescription is given action will taken against concern medical officer that oral & written instructions should be given by DHO & CS to all Medical Officers.

4 3) Provide updated stock position of medicines & consumables to medical officer conducting OPD. 4) Display of boards prominent places hospitals & all wards 5) At state level centralized call center is established in pune & having toll free no.104 6) For implementation & monitoring of free medicine scheme: District level committee : Civil surgeon Taluka level committee : Medical superitended Meeting : every Tuesday

5 Purchase Procedure in

6 In year , for 479 medicines, total 934 orders are given. Out of 934 orders supply for 750 orders are completed and supply for 184 is in process Demand for Medicine and Consumables As per DHS letter dated 9-Apr-2014, guidelines were given to each districts to send annual demand for in given excel format. Demand for medicines is taken for the period of to Districts established committee to finalize the demand. Circlewise meeting with all pharmacy officer of CS and DHO & ADHS of respective circles and rationalized the demand of each medicine.

7 Procurement of medicines and consumables : Major part of supply (75%) from Central purchase through State / NRHM funds 20% medicines through DPDC funds Medicine required in small quantity (5%) to be purchased through – Local grants given in free medicine scheme – PLA – Cess – Any other local source Budget for the local purchase were distributed to all Civil surgeons by hospital cell

8 Procurement of medicines and consumables under DPDC budget: By DHS letter dated , guidelines were issued to submit proposals for technical sanctions:- a)Willingness were taken from suppliers. b)List of such suppliers were provided to all districts along with rates and name of distributor. (Annexure A) c)Deadline for submitting the proposal was 19-May. Till date, DHS received proposals from 25 districts. d)Annexure B should be submitted to procurement cell so that provided quantity will be deducted from annual demand of districts. e)Purchase should be done as per guidelines given in government letter dated:

9 e-Aushadhi

10 Demand Generation ( Annual)

11 PO Generation

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14 Challan Process

15 Time taken to receive the medicine in eAushadhi

16 Sample Send Request

17 Sending Sample to PHD For QC Check

18 Pending samples from districts

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23 Drug Inventory View

24 Issue Online

25 Acknowledge Desk

26 Issue Offline

27 Issue to Patient

28 Transfer Request for Shortage

29 Transfer Request for Excess

30 Reports List of near Expiry Drugs Location Wise Stock in Hand Report PO Register Stock Ledger Supply Status Report Vital Medicine Report Expiry Report User Log Report ( CS&DHO) Challan Status Inward Challan Report

31 Reports Location Wise Stock in Hand Report PO Register Stock Ledger Supply Status Report Vital Medicine Report Drug Quality Status Report User Log Report( CS & DHO) Inward Challan Report Challan Status List of near Expiry Drugs

32 Thank You


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