Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakaram (JSSK) is estimated to benefit more than 12 million pregnant women who access Government health facilities for their delivery.
All required medicines shall be provided to all pregnant women at the time of discharge from the health facility itself, so that they do not have to incur any out of pocket expenditure.
Guideline for providing free Diagnostic services under JSSK to Pregnant Women (during ANC/INC/PNC period) and Sick Infants attending the OPD, IPD or Emergency of Government Institution.
All Pregnant women and Sick infants up to 1 year of age attending OPD or IPD of a Govt. Institution, are provided with free services, free drugs and consumables, free diagnostic services, free blood transfusion, free diet and free transport without their having to incur any out of pocket expenditure.
SNCU: The duty should be spread over 6 days a week @ 8 hrs a day. There will be only one day off. Neonatal ward: MO, SNCU visit every morning and evening at least once and in case of emergency.
Removal of conditionalities associated with parity and minimum age of mother for institutional deliveries in high performing states (HPS), and for home deliveries in all the states under Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY).
All potential JSY beneficiaries should be enrolled in MCTS portal. No payment can be made to a beneficiary unless her name is enrolled in MCTS portal; Entering Bank A/C Number in the RCH register;
MSVPs of all medical college & hospitals and Superintendents of hospitals where such fair price shops are located shall procure drugs & consumables under JSSK from these shops.
In order to reduce infant and mother mortality, GOI has decided to provide free treatment under JSSK in Government Institutions to all pregnant mothers opting for institutional delivery and to the neonates.
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