Extension of Ayushman Bharat scheme to CAPF and their family members will benefit 50 lakh people: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Home Shah while launching the scheme in Guwahati stated that necessary formalities for the scheme will be completed soon.
Amit Shah launches Ayushman Bharat health scheme for Central Armed Police Forces
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States and UTs need to pay more attention to the Ayushman Bharat scheme: PM Modi
PM Modi had on December 30 reviewed the scheme, under which a Rs 5 lakh free medical insurance cover is offered to the poor.
Covid-19: Himachal Pradesh govt decides not to extend night curfew in four districts
In order to contain the spread of COVID-19, the state government had decided to impose night curfew in the four districts from November 23 to December 15 which was later extended till January 5. It has also planned to allow coaching classes in Himachal Pradesh with 50% capacity, the spokesman said, adding that the state education department would issue standard operating procedures in this regard.
PM Modi reviews projects worth over Rs 1 lakh crore in 'Pragati' meeting
During the interaction, two centrepiece government programmes -- Ayushman Bharat and Jal Jeevan Mission -- were also reviewed and grievances related to the consumer affairs ministry came up for discussion as well, the statement said.
Government funding for Covid-19 vaccine questioned
“At this stage in India, when ‘R0’ has come down to below one in all states then the epidemic in India is self-limiting in that sense...so, if it is self-limiting, then should we be financing it (Covid-19 vaccine)?” Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat scheme, said at a webinar on Tuesday.
PM Modi launches Ayushman Bharat scheme to extend health insurance coverage to all J-K residents
The scheme will provide free-of-cost insurance cover to all residents of the UT of Jammu and Kashmir, the PMO said, adding that it will extend financial cover of up to Rs 5 lakh per family on a floater basis to all residents of the UT.
PM Modi launches Ayushman Bharat Scheme to provide health insurance cover to all J&K residents
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched the Ayushman Bharat scheme via video-conferencing to extend health insurance co...
PM Modi to launch Ayushman Bharat scheme for J&K residents
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch Ayushman Bharat health scheme for Jammu and Kashmir residents on Saturday. The Prime Minister's Off...
PM to launch Ayushman Bharat scheme to cover all J&K residents
The Prime Minister's Office said on Thursday that the scheme will ensure universal health coverage, and focus on providing financial risk protection and ensuring quality and affordable essential health services to all individuals and communities.
TMC more dangerous virus than COVID-19, BJP vaccine to eradicate it: Dilip Ghosh
Ghosh, while addressing a rally at Kulpi in South 24 Parganas district, said the party will withdraw all "false" cases slapped against BJP and other opposition workers if it comes to power in the state, but warned the TMC cadre of stern action for "committing atrocities against political opponents".
PM Narendra Modi to roll out SEHAT scheme in J&K next week
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will roll out the Social Endeavour for Health and Telemedicine (SEHAT) scheme in Jammu and Kashmir on December 26, an official spokesperson said here on Saturday.
Medical infrastructure in Bengal stressed due to non- implementation of Ayushman Bharat: Jagdeep Dhankhar
"Because of Ayushman Bharat all over the country, we could have witnessed growth in the medical world... unfortunately some could not (take) part in this great venture, our state of West Bengal could not, our health infrastructure was stressed on that count," Dhankhar said.
Over 1.4 crore cashless treatments provided to poor under Ayushman Bharat: Harsh Vardhan
According to the statement, 14 hospital admissions are being registered per minute under the scheme and 24,653 hospitals (public: private = 54:46) have been empanelled.