The Haryana government will sign an MoU with private practitioners and medical colleges in the state to ensure effective implementation of the World Bank aided Rs 2.17 crore Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP).
The MoU to be signed between the state health department and private practitioners or medical colleges would also specifiy the roles each stakeholder would need to play in the programme, Haryana Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary, Health Urvashi Gulati said.
AdvertisementDiseases such as meningococcal meningitis, dengues, viral hepatitis, japanese encephalitis, malaria, cholera, typhoid, tuberculosis, measles, polio, plague and HIV and factors such as water quality, outdoor air quality and risk of non-communicable diseases would be covered by IDSP once the MoU is signed, she said.
To implement the programme, which would continue up till March 2009, the state government would provide funds as well as equipments to private practitioners and medical colleges, she added.
Public and private sector participation is vital in diagnosing diseases and containing an epidemic, she said.