Scenario Analysis

Scenario Analysis: Interventions

Next, you will need to identify the priority interventions with which to address the epidemiological issues you have selected above. EQUIST includes over 60 interventions. The interventions are grouped in nine “packages” further grouped into three service delivery modes: family care practices, preventive services, and curative services. Based on your previously defined epidemiological priorities, EQUIST will highlight the related interventions.

The default analysis will show you effective coverage level at the family care practice:

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You have given provision to select interventions for Equity frontier or Operational frontier. Once you make selections those will be highlighted in dark blue color.

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In EQUIST, the default analysis for interventions will show you the level of coverage for the least disadvantaged population.

If you click on Rate icon above you will see the interventions coverage levels for the baseline vs. least deprived.

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