Compared to 2014-15, it is 6.87 per cent more work done in 2015-16, it said.
The health index report was released in New Delhi by the NITI Ayogs CEO Amitabh Kant, Priti Sudan, Union Health Secretary and World Banks India Country Head Junaid Ahmed.
Kerala has topped among large states on overall health performance in NITI Aayog's Health Index, while Uttar Pradesh appears at the bottom though it has shown big improvement in the recent past.
Releasing the report, Kant said that "Jharkhand is doing well in health services", the release said.
The chief minister said the state is continuously working in the field of health, adding in the last three years the state government has taken several effective yojanas and implemented them, which bettered the health services.
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