Indore: On the initiative of collector Lokesh Kumar Jatava, the health facilities of the district would now be monitored through a mobile application called Dayitva. He launched it on Friday on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
The app will also help women to moniter the health facilities available in the district. The app will also audit the health department teams’ and doctors’ activities and performance. Collector Jatav will keep watch of the healthcare services through this app. If case a doctor or any health worker tries to mislead, the information will trickle on to the app ASAP.
The app will show the location of doctors and health workers. Collector Jatav informed that through the new app, they (doctors and health workers) can locate and treat pregnant women and malnourished children in rural areas with utmost care.
Simultaneously, other health facilities, including vaccination of children, will also be conducted. Other health officials and employees, including CHMO, have been instructed to visit villages frequently.
Collector Jatav said regular monitoring and quality of supervision must be strengthened to improve the health base and improve indigenous indices. Supervision of the standard of services provided by the department would also be monitored constantly.
Collector Jatav also said during the supervision of health services in the district, it was found that inspection is being at the departmental level. This inspection is not transparent and all data at the district level cannot be collated in this manner. It may be mentioned that the Gram Aryogya centres are operational and Gram Prahari (village guard) parties have been formed.