Kerala best state in NITI Aayog’s health index, Uttar Pradesh worst

New Delhi: According to the fourth health index launched by NITI Aayog, Kerala has again emerged as the top-ranking state in terms of overall health performance among large states, while Uttar Pradesh ranks worst. The fourth round of the health index took into account the period 2019-20 (reference year). (health index rank)

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Tamil Nadu and Telangana ranked second and third

In a tweet, NITI Aayog said the health index is a step towards helping states and UTs develop robust health systems, track progress on health outcomes, create healthy competition and encourage cross-learning. Tamil Nadu and Telangana have emerged as the second and third best performers, respectively, on health parameters, said the government think-tank report. However, the report said that Uttar Pradesh topped in terms of incremental performance by registering the highest incremental change from the base year (2018-19) to the reference year (2019-20).

Mizoram as the best performer in incremental performance ( health index rank )

Among smaller states, Mizoram emerged as the best performer in overall performance as well as incremental performance, while among UTs, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir were among the lower UTs in terms of overall performance, but in terms of incremental performance. emerged as the leading demonstrator in the matter. The report has been prepared in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, with technical assistance from the World Bank. ( health index rank )

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