Health Departments’ Swachhata Drive and Record Disposal Campaign Yields Impressive Results

Achieving Success Through Special Campaign 2.0
Achieving Success Through Special Campaign 2.0

Achieving Success Through Special Campaign 2.0

In a concerted effort to enhance efficiency and cleanliness, the Department of Health and Family Welfare, along with the Department of Health Research, has undertaken the Special Campaign 2.0. This campaign focuses on record disposal, cleanliness drives, and overall improvement in operations. Here, we explore the remarkable outcomes achieved through this initiative.

Promoting Cleanliness and Efficiency

One of the primary objectives of the campaign has been to promote cleanliness in various health institutions and facilities. A total of 1,051 cleanliness campaigns were conducted, leading to a significant transformation in the hygiene and tidiness of these spaces. From AIIMS campuses to research institutions, the before-and-after pictures tell a compelling story of the impact of these efforts.

Streamlining Record Management

Efficient records management is crucial for any organization. During the campaign period, a staggering 9,213 physical files were reviewed. Out of these, 4,750 files were successfully weeded out, reducing bureaucratic clutter and improving accessibility to essential documents. The campaign also emphasized digitizing physical records for better management, a move that will undoubtedly modernize operations.

Addressing Public Grievances

A key achievement of the campaign is the resolution of public grievances and appeals. A total of 25,846 such cases were successfully redressed, highlighting the government’s commitment to addressing citizen concerns promptly and effectively. This not only improves public satisfaction but also builds trust in the healthcare system.

Generating Revenue and Space Optimization

In a remarkable feat, the campaign also managed to free up 27,162 square feet of space, enhancing the utilization of healthcare infrastructure. Additionally, the disposal of scrap materials generated revenue totaling Rs. 25,69,693. This innovative approach not only contributes to cost-saving but also showcases the potential for sustainable practices within the health sector.

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