The NHPS, scheduled to be launched formally on August 15 this year, also contains a component that envisages the creation of 1,50,000 new health and wellness centers across the country by 2022. As of June 2018, the number of primary health centers (PHCs) increased to 32,743 and number of sub centers reached 167,732in India. However, the quality of healthcare services to be provided at government run facilities remains a challenge owing to lack of timely funding and sources of maintenance. Notwithstanding the above, incorporation of technology such as telemedicine at costs that bear proportion to that afforded by the rural public can ensure greater success to the outcomes from this program. With rising teledensity and mobile connectivity, internet access is available at very remote places today. Doctors must be encouraged to spend some of their time providing consultations to an exclusively rural clientele over the online medium. Grassroots healthcare workers may be given smartphones and be trained to access medical professionals for expert views and reviews. They may then eventually coach people in the villages to use these devices and converse with medical experts themselves. Facilities should be made available to transport blood or other tissue samples to the nearest clinical laboratory for determining the course of therapy to be administered. Without supporting infrastructure such as roads, internet connectivity and a steady supply of electricity, the NHPS would not be able to deliver its objectives effectively.
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