The Indian government’s Ayushman Bhava campaign is being introduced on PM Modi’s 73rd birthday. The campaign aims to improve healthcare accessibility and awareness…
Ayushman Bhava, the Indian government’s new health campaign, is being introduced on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 73rd birthday.
Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya announced on September 11 that the ‘Ayushman Bhava’ campaign will launch on September 13 and be introduced during the ‘Seva Pakhwada’ starting on September 17, Modi’s birthday.
He said several activities will improve healthcare accessibility and awareness during the pakhwada and the campaign will end on October 2.
Ayushman Bhava includes Ayushman Apke Dwar 3.0, which creates and distributes Ayushman cards to eligible beneficiaries, Ayushman Mela, which holds weekly health melas at AB-HWCs and Community Health Centres (CHCs), and Ayushman Sabha, a village/ward-level sabha to raise awareness of health care schemes and services. About 60,000 people will get Ayushman Bharat cards.
A 24/7 toll-free helpline, 1800114770, can answer pledging or organ donation questions.
The Indian government-sponsored health scheme offers quality, affordable, and accessible care. The program provides free diagnosis and treatment for serious illnesses, hospitalization and surgery funding, and more.
The scheme is open to all Indians, regardless of income or status. The plan covers chronic diseases. Health care for low-income people will also be covered.
The government also implemented several Ayushman Bhava initiatives to improve healthcare. Telemedicine, online patient registration, and free ambulances are examples. Government hospitals and centers offer free medicines.
Healthy living and diet advice from the government also promotes illness prevention. Checkups, health screenings, and child vaccinations are covered by the scheme.
The plan is cost-effective and tax-free.
Ayushman Bhava is a great Indian government program to improve healthcare access, affordability, and quality. This scheme should improve national health and well-being.
On Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 73rd birthday, the Indian government launched Ayushman Bhava to improve healthcare accessibility and awareness. The Ayushman Apke Dwar 3.0, Mela, and Sabha campaigns distribute Ayushman cards to eligible beneficiaries. A 24/7 toll-free helpline accepts pledges and organ donations, and 60,000 people will receive Ayushman Bharat cards. The government-sponsored health scheme provides quality, affordable, and accessible healthcare for serious illnesses, hospitalizations, surgeries, and chronic illnesses in India. Online patient registration, telemedicine, free ambulances, and free medicines at government hospitals and centers improve healthcare access. The scheme covers checkups, screenings, and child vaccinations. The cost-effective approach keeps the scheme from burdening the public exchequer.