The Uttar Pradesh Health Systems Developments Project aims at establishing an appropriately managed health system, through the delivery of effective services, stemming from policy reform, institutional, and human resources development, in addition to investments in health services.
The two main components call for: 1) developing a strategic management capacity, through formulation, and review of health systems performance, and the establishment of a drug policy, public-private partnerships, and manpower activities, as well as pursuing policy reform analysis, and research in the health sector.
In addition, accurate health management information systems will be developed, and, managerial appraisal systems implemented to improve actions concerning individual performance, in addition to conducting management training to enable critical project interventions in changing management practices.
The project management unit capacity will be strengthened to coordinate and implement project issues; and, 2) improving the quality of clinical practice in public health services, and of access to health services. Quality assurance systems will be introduced in an effort to improve skills, and monitoring practices will ensure adoption of best clinical practices through systematic review of medical, and technical records. Programs and services will focus on disease prevention, and health needs.