The DGHS eLMIS (Directorate General of Health Services electronic Logistics Management Information System) is a sophisticated web-based platform designed to monitor logistics data at national, regional, and facility levels within the DGHS. It operates by aggregating data inputted at local and central stores and presenting comprehensive reports via an intuitive Dashboard interface. This electronic system is poised to strengthen logistics management across all DGHS entities, providing a centralized mechanism for data analysis and decision-making.

The DGHS oversees the procurement of various medical and non-medical commodities essential for healthcare provision. Key stakeholders involved in this process include the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW), Central Medical Stores Depot (CMSD), and national-level health programs like National Tuberculosis Program (NTP), National Nutrition Services (NNS), and others. Prior initiatives such as MTaPS and SIAPS have laid groundwork by developing comprehensive systems to track procurement and streamline processes from catalogue preparation to distribution. The primary aim of the DGHS eLMIS is to enhance visibility of medicine and other commodities availability across the healthcare system in the country, empowering decision-makers in forecasting, procurement, and distribution efforts.

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