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Max Institute of Healthcare Management undertakes various projects from time to time to support high-impact research by organisations, governments, corporations, foundations or trusts. The research outcomes impact policymaking and implementation of various healthcare outcomes in India.
Telemedicine-based primary healthcare for maternal and childhood illnesses
The project aims at developing a monitoring and evaluation plan for provision of telemedicine-enabled primary healthcare for mothers and children.
Integrated use of digital connectivity and data for the improvement of child health
The project operates five children-focused e-doctor clinics in rural southern Rajasthan, having a dedicated emphasis on improving and monitoring child health outcomes.
Private provider practices for effective management of hypertension
This project, based on the current private provider incentives for hypertension care in the state, will outline interventions for better management.
Investigating incentivising of fruit and vegetables to reduce NCDs in urban India
This project looks at developing a sustainable fruits and vegetable consumption model through interventions based on financial incentives.
Costing of family planning methods in India
This project examined the unit cost of delivering six family planning interventions in public health and social franchising systems.
Estimating the unit cost/patients under PPSA for TB care
This project built a framework to perform activity-based costing for the current PPSA project targeted at the eradication of TB.
Costing of family planning services and methods in India
This project calculated the unit cost for public health and social franchising/ marketing systems for FP interventions.