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Table 1 Service delivery by study arm

From: Cluster randomized trial of a mHealth intervention “ImTeCHO” to improve delivery of proven maternal, neonatal, and child care interventions through community-based Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) by enhancing their motivation and strengthening supervision in tribal areas of Gujarat, India: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

  Intervention Control
Three-day refresher training of ASHAs for maternal, neonatal, and child care (as per ASHA modules 6 and 7) Yes Yes
Four-day training and subsequent mentoring of ASHAs and PHC staff for use of ImTeCHO mobile phone and web application respectively Yes No
Use of ImTeCHO mobile and web-based application by ASHAs and PHC staff Yes No
Telephone care by a counselor Yes No
Ongoing technology support and facilitation through mHealth facilitators Yes No
Routine implementation of ASHA program Yes Yes
Modest, additional incentive to ASHAs for using ImTeCHO application linked to performance (ranging from US $6 to $13 monthly per ASHA) Yes No