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Under PMJAY, most claims for dialysis

This, despite the fact that the Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme, which was rolled out in 2016, also provides free dialysis to kidney patients in district hospitals.

Desire to provide equitable healthcare will reinforce to voters that they matter to politicians

Equity in healthcare will unequivocally impact everyone, most of all the ones who are at risk of diving deeper into poverty from a catastrophic illness.

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Mamata Banerjee pulls out of PMJAY, says Centre taking credit

The West Bengal government had initially declined to participate in the Ayushman Bharat scheme as it already had its own health protection scheme called Swasthya Sathi.

Punjab to extend PMJAY health cover to 42 lakh families, bear additional cost

The government has decided to extend the scheme to provide Rs 5 lakh insurance cover to 42 lakh of the total 61 lakh families in the state.

Maharashtra: 154 patients enrol for Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana

The PMJAY has empanelled 79 government hospitals in Maharashtra. The scheme, launched under the name Ayushman Bharat, covers 83 lakh beneficiaries and provides 1,300 medical procedures with a cap of Rs 5 lakh.

Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana: Meet beneficiary number 1 in India’s most backward district

Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana rolls out Sunday. The Indian Express goes to Mewat in Haryana for a ground check: how beneficiaries are identified, how health system will change, public and private.

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Delhi, Odisha yet to join PMJAY, their AIIMS seek clarity on treating patients under scheme

While 40-50 per cent patients in AIIMS Delhi are from outside the state, for AIIMS Bhubaneswar the figure is about 20 per cent.

PMJAY becomes 1st healthcare scheme with privacy policy

The National Health Agency, the implementing authority of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, has also put in place 100 curbs including authentication, authorisation, passwords, firewalls and data encryption to protect the estimated 50 crore beneficiaries.

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