Health policy can be defined as the decisions, plans and actions that are undertaken to achieve health goals in a society. Health policy is a vision for the future.
Health Policy is an insurance policy that ensures that you get cashless treatment or expenses reimbursement in case of falling ill. A health policy reimburses the insured medical and surgical expenses arising from an illness or injury that leads to hospitalization.
The statistics involved in health policy are Life expectancy and healthy life: Increasing the birth rate from 67.5 to 7 by 2025, Mortality by Age and/ or cause: Reduce under five mortality by 2025 and MMR to the current levels to 100 by 2020, reduce infant mortality rate to 28 by 2019, reduce neo-natal mortality rate to 16 and still birth rate to single digit by 2025. Achieve global target by 2020 which is also termed as target of 90:90:90 90% this means of all people living with HIV know their HIV status, 90% of all people diagnosed with HIV receive sustained antiretroviral therapy and 90% of people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have viral suppression. Family planning above 85% at national and sub national level by 2025. Maintain elimination status of Leprosy by 2018, Kala-Azar and Lymphatic Filariasis in endemic pockets by 2017.To achieve a cure rate of 85% in new sputum positive patients for TB reduce incidence of new cases, to reach elimination status .To reduce the prevalence of blindness to 0.25/ 1000 and disease burden by one third from current levels. Health Systems Performance Coverage of Health Services. Relative reduction in prevalence of current tobacco use by 25% by 2020 and 30% by 2025. Reduction of 45% in prevalence of stunting of under-five children by 2025. Access to safe water and sanitation by 2020. Reduction of occupational injury by half from current levels of 334 per lakh agricultural workers by 2020.National/ State level tracking of selected health behavior education of TFR to 2.1 at national and sub-national level by 2025. 50% utilization of public health facilities are increased from current levels by 2025.Antenatal care coverage to be sustained above 90% and skilled attendance at birth above 90% by 2025.
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