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Research Article Volume 4 Issue 6

Strengthening the Health Care System (HCS) in Jharkhand State at the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Health Care Level: Need to be Revisilent

Mayadhar Barik1*, Kanhu Charan Mallik2 and Siddharth Biswas3

11Chief Researcher Basic and Clinical Sciences under Science and Technology Division and Associate Professor in Department of Biochemistry at Mewar University, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India
2Senior Residence in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, AIIMS, New Delhi, India
3MD in Preventive and Social Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi, India

*Corresponding Author: Mayadhar Barik, Chief Researcher Basic and Clinical Sciences under Science and Technology Division and Associate Professor in Department of Biochemistry at Mewar University, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India.

Received: February 20, 2020; Published: May 11, 2020



 The global health agenda (GHA), normally portends to privilege short-term global (STG) interests at the expense of the long-term capacity building (LTCB) within the national level and community health system (CHS) need to develop rural to metro level. The Health Care System Strengthening (HCSS) movement needs to focus on the (developing the capacity of local organizations, Education, training, research, patient management and skill enhancements). Medical institutions influences specific organizations and interact with local and international stakeholders with proper planning, evaluation and monitoring of their appropriate growth and developments are quite necessary to run smoothly with aim and objectives of patient’s management and research increasingly dynamic and interdependent post-Millennium Development Goals (post-MDG) in the JHARKHAND STATE need a new ways of working manual to improve the global health system, underpinned by the complex adaptive systems lens and approaches to build the local organizational capacity (LOC) and Town organizational capacity (TOC) in district head quarters to state level is quite necessary.

Keywords: Health Care System Strengthening (HCSS); Privilege Short-Term Global (STG); Long-Term Capacity Building (LTCB); Primary; Secondary and Tertiary Level Health Care (TLHC)



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Citation: Mayadhar Barik, et al. “Strengthening the Health Care System (HCS) in Jharkhand State at the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Health Care Level: Need to be Revisilent". Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 4.6 (2020): 28-31.


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