Health expenditure by ICHA functions, National Health Accounts, 2004-05.
|Health care function||Proportion of budget spent|
|HC.2 and 3||Rehabilitative and long term nursing care||1.02%||0.13%||0.28%|
|HC.4||Ancillary services related to medical care||1.46%||2.50%||2.33%|
|HC.5||Medical goods dispensed to outpatients||2.01%||0.69%||0.92%|
|Subtotal||Curative health care services||26.65%||50.24%||46.2%|
|HC.6||Prevention and public health services|
|RCH and family welfare||24.23%||9.55%||12.07%|
|Control of communicable diseases||14.64%||5.20%||6.82%|
|Control of noncommunicable diseases||01.63%||0.76%||0.91%|
|Other public health activities||1.24%||0.93%||20.78%|
|Subtotal||Preventive health care services||41.74%||16.44%||20.78%|
|HC.7||Health administration and insurance; health and related functions (medical education and training of health personnel, research and development, capital formation, and food adulteration control); functions from other sources; and functions not specified.||31.61%||33.21%||31.86%|
|Subtotal||Health functions other than curative and preventive||31.61%||33.31%||31.94%|
|Source: GOI, 2004-05 .|
Note: *is related to Ministry of Health and Family Welfare only.
(1) Services of curative care include expenditure on teaching hospitals, specialty hospitals, ESI dispensaries, homeopathic hospitals and dispensaries, ayurvedic hospitals and dispensaries, and primary health centers, community health centers, and expenditure on dental care.
(2) Rehabilitative care includes expenditure on rehabilitative centers for TB and leprosy patients, institute for rehabilitation of physically handicapped, and drug deaddiction programs.
(3) Ancillary services related medical care includes expenditure on blood banks, blood transfusion council, regional diagnostic centers, ambulance related expenditure, and medical store depot.
(4) RCH and family welfare covers expenditure on RCH and family welfare programs.