Sanjeevani Pariyojana, Haryana Government

To enable treating the patients with mild and moderate symptoms at home with all the required health and medical care, thereby avoiding the future need for admitting them in hospitals.

On My 24, 2021, the Haryana government in collaboration with Deloitte launched ‘Sanjeevani Pariyojana’ for helping the residents of the state having mild to moderate symptoms of Covid-19. Under this scheme, the patients will be able to access health and medical care facilities for home treatment. It will also provide medical help to areas with scarce medical resources. It will also help to manage the resources like hospital beds, oxygen supply, ambulances etc. The patients under home isolation will be provided with free home care kits containing mask, basic covid-19 medicines, oximeter, thermometer for the patients. It aims at treating the patients with mild to moderate symptoms immediately at home without any complications thereby avoiding the future need for admitting them in hospitals. This scheme is designed and supported by Deloitte, PHFI and PGIMS-Haryana. Currently this scheme is launched as a pilot project for Karnal district and is planned to be extended to all the required areas in the state.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme:Sanjeevani Pariyojana
Scheme Under:Haryana Government
Designed and Supported By:Deloitte, PHFI and PGIMS-Haryana
Main Beneficiaries:Covid-19 patients across the state
Benefit:Health and medical care to the covid patients with mild and moderate symptoms
Objective:To enable treating the patients with mild and moderate symptoms at home with all the required health and medical care, thereby avoiding the future need for admitting them in hospitals.

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Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to treat the Covid positive patients with mild and moderate symptoms at home with all the required health care measures
  • Under this scheme, the patients will be able to access health and medical care facilities for home treatment.
  • It will provide medical help to areas with scarce medical resources.
  • It will also help to manage the resources like hospital beds, oxygen supply, ambulances etc. Filed hospital will also be built and equipped with all covid-19 requirements.
  • This scheme will provide free medical kits to the patients containing mask, basic covid-19 medicines, oximeter and thermometer
  • This scheme aims at enabling treating the patients with mild and moderate symptoms at home with all required measures and treating the critically ill patients at hospitals
  • This scheme will enable to maintain a balance of life and health of the people

Key Points:

  • In view of the second wave of the pandemic Haryana government in collaboration with Deloitte has launched ‘Sanjeevani Pariyojana’ for all the covid patients with mild and moderate symptoms
  • This scheme will provide a mechanism for virtual home care and supervision for the patients with mild and moderate covid symptoms
  • It aims to enable even the remotest patient to get the required guidance and health care
  • This initiative is designed and supported by Deloitte, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS-Haryana)
  • This is a crucial step in providing health and medical care to the patients for home treatment thereby avoiding the need to get admitted in the hospitals
  • This scheme will also provide medical help to areas with scarce medical resources.
  • It will also help to manage the resources like hospital beds, oxygen supply, ambulances etc. Filed hospital will also be built and equipped with all covid-19 requirements.
  • The patients under home isolation will be provided with free home care kits containing mask, basic covid-19 medicines, oximeter, thermometer for the patients.
  • Telemedicine services, Covid-19 hotline with existing call centre services will also be provided under the scheme
  • Currently the scheme is started as a pilot project in Karnal district and will be extended to the required areas
  • Awareness campaigns will be held on home protocols to be followed. ASHA workers will provide in-home support wherever required
  • It will thereby enable the state to provide a core medical infrastructure to the covid patients
  • It will enable the treatment of covid patients with mild and moderate symptoms at home and treatment of critical patients at hospitals
  • A playbook will be developed with all the measures taken for other areas to replicate
  • This scheme will give a boost to the health care mechanism of the state.

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