For our field-trial of Amrita with National Rural Health Mission, Tamil Nadu, we started with a baseline study of general health parameters and disease monetary burden. Out of the baseline study and Phase-2 of the field-trial -
95% pregnancies registered and monitored.
20% reduction in outpatient costs including drugs.
75% VHWs registering increase in diagnostic efficacy and ease of operation.
Reduce incidence of common disease in children and general population by 50% and 30% respectively.
30% reduction in number of households going into poverty trap.
Achieve 90% of the target of distribution of supplements, immunization and institutional deliveries.
Reach 30,000 villages and train and certify 40, 000 operators
Reduce IMR and MMR by 10-50% (For areas with IMR 40 to 75 and MMR 100 to 330) in addition to general decline.
Elaborate discussion along with Report on the Field-trial would be shared on the website.