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Conditionalities were introduced under India's National Health Mission to provide performance based incentives in the area of healthcare management. The aim is to instill a sense of healthy competition amongst the states and stimulate better health outcomes across the country. Keeping this aspect in mind, government also increased the NHM funds for performance linked conditionalities from 10% to 20% of the resource envelope. This report studies how various states performed on the defined parameters. It can be used by state level policy makers and health department officials to learn from the leading states and also to identify gap areas to improve performance.