Results Framework and Monitoring

Project Development Objective Project Results Indicators Use of Project Results Information
To improve the efficiency, quality and accountability of health service delivery in Uttar Pradesh by strengthening the State Health Department’s management and systems capacity Indicator 1: Percentage of hospitals under the accreditation program that annually produce data and monitor:  service productivity, efficiency, quality, patient satisfaction, and accountability [DLI 5] (efficiency, quality and accountability)
Indicator 2: Percentage of districts using the personnel information system for paying salaries of health workers [DLI 1] (efficiency and accountability)
Indicator 3: Percentage of districts with completed and published facility-based report cards detailing national health programs indicators and facility-level performance data [DLI 2] (efficiency and accountability)
Indicator 4: Percentage of Primary Health Centers participating in the social accountability pilots for which a service delivery assessment has been completed and at least one corrective action by government is verified by the community [DLI 4] (accountability)
Indicator 5: Number of PPPs/outsourcing contracts using performance based contracts [DLI 6] efficiency and quality)
Indicator 6: Percentage of hospitals under the accreditation program that have been certified for: (i) entry level pre-accreditation) [DLI 7]; (ii) progressive level pre-accreditation accreditation and (iii) final accreditation (quality)
Indicator 1: The indicator monitors the improvement in processes, accountabilities, and systems to report and monitor on various parameters of service delivery (see Table 1 for the list of service monitoring indicators).
Indicator 2: The indicator measures the accuracy and completeness of the Personnel Information System (PIS), which will be used for key HR decisions.
Indicator 3: The indicator measures the percentage of districts reporting data using the revised information systems to generate annual district report cards.
Indicator 4: The indicator measures the responsiveness of service providers to the community demand.
Indicator 5: The indicator measures the number of hospitals having performance based contracts with the private sector for laboratory and housekeeping services.
Indicator 6: The indicator measures quality standards of service delivery in hospitals Commissioner Infrastructure & Industrial Development
Intermediate Outcomes Intermediate Results Indicators Use of Intermediate Results Information
Component 1. Strengthening the Department of Health’s Management and Accountability Systems
Strategic Planning Functions in the Department of Health Indicator 1: Number of agreed research studies completed and results disseminated to key stakeholders (efficiency) Indicator 1: The indicator measures effectiveness of the HRKC in supporting planning process with quality inputs and influence policy in key reform areas.
Improved Data Use for Program Management Indicator 2: Annual validation of the DRC report for health programs completed (efficiency, accountability) Indicator 2: The indicator monitors
Strengthening Accountability in Financial Management, and Procurement and Supply chain Management Systems Indicator 3: Percentage of districts that completed training of Financial Management staff (efficiency)
Indicator 4: Percentage of districts completed procurement and SCM training of staff (efficiency)
[DLI 3]: Percentage reduction in procurement cycle time (efficiency)
Indicator 3: The indicator measures the strengthened capacity in FM at district level.
Indicator 4: The indicator measures the strengthened capacity in procurement at district level.
Indicator 5: The indicator measures the improvement of procurement cycle time as a result of strengthened capacity across the state.
Introducing and Strengthening Social Accountability and Provider Incentives Indicator 5: Pilots for social accountability and performance based incentives designed, implemented and evaluated (accountability) IndicIndicator 6: The indicator monitors the progress in the social accountability pilots at community level.
Component 2. Improving the Department of Health’s Capacity to Perform Its Quality Assurance Role and More Effectively Engage the Private Sector
Strengthening the Institutional Capacity for Service Quality Improvement and Supportive Regulatory Environment Indicator 6: Percentage of hospitals: (i) that are connected with CTF services; and (ii) Percentage of accredited hospitals having HCWM monitoring mechanisms and staff trained in HCWM (quality) Indicator 7: This indicator measures the increased environment management capacity of the Health Department.
Improvement of Quality of Service Delivery at Public Sector Hospitals to Enable Accreditation Indicator 7: Percentage of hospitals that prepared Action Plan based on facility survey (quality, efficiency) Indicator 8: The indicator monitors the progress in the level of preparedness towards the accreditation program.