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The "Health Account Scheme" in India has helped to improve lost linkages of public and service providers at the ground level. The community was not only found empowered with health education and timely health services but also in providing authentic health data for policy and situation analysis.
Digital Diary Tool Under Health Account Assessment For Community Participation And Action: An Implementation Experience From Rural, Urban And Tribal Field Sites In India. https://ijhsir.online/wp-content/uploads/2018-02-2-p4.pdf
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22 April 2019
Dr Neeru Gupta, Dr K K Jani
E-62 ANSARI NAGAR, ALLL INDIA INSTITITE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES