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Govt. Seth Govind Das (Victoria) District Hospital, Jabalpur M.P. 482002 India

Contact No. : +91 0761 2621831 / 2621650

Call: +91 761 4085381 / 2621831
 

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Government Schemes Related to Health Services
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Ayushman Bharat

    • A government-sponsored health insurance scheme will provide free coverage up to Rs 5 lakh per family per year in any government or even established private hospitals across India for secondary and tertiary health care facilities.
    • This flagship scheme became released as advocated with the aid of using the National Health Policy 2017, to gain the imaginative and prescient of Universal Health Coverage (UHC).
    • This initiative has been designed to fulfil Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and its underlining commitment, that is to “go away nobody behind.”
    • This scheme ambitions to adopt path-breaking interventions to holistically deal with the healthcare system (protecting prevention, advertising, and ambulatory care) on the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels.
    • Modicare will be made available to 74  beneficiary families and approximately 50  Indian citizens. As part of this process, 80% of beneficiaries, based on Socio-Economic Census (SECC) data in urban and rural areas, were identified.
    •  There are no restrictions based on family size, age, or gender.  Ayushman Bharat differs from other health insurance plans in that there is a waiting period for pre-existing conditions. All diseases are covered from the first day of the Ayushman Bharat policy.
    • Benefit coverage covers pre-hospitalization and post-hospitalization expenses.
    • The costs incurred to pay the premium will be shared between the central government and the state governments in a determined proportion.
    • 6,469 patients registered under Ayushman Bharat scheme in Dist. Jabalpur
    • 5,866 patients have been benefitted with this scheme
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    National Health Mission

    The National Health Mission (NHM) consists of two sub-missions, the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) and the National Urban Health Mission (NUHM). Key components of the program include health system strengthening, reproductive health, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent (RMNCH+A), and communicable and non-communicable diseases. NHM envisions achieving universal access to quality, equitable, affordable, accountable and responsive healthcare services. The national health mandate that continues to be in effect from  April 1, 2017 to  March 31, 2020 was approved by the Council of Ministers at its meeting on March 21, 2018.

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    Mukhyamantri Mazdoor Suraksha Yojana

    The purpose of the scheme is to improve the quality of life of agricultural workers and ensure their safety in difficult times. The scheme targets agricultural workers between the ages of 18 and 60. This system compensates pregnant women from working-class families with six weeks’ wages and the cost of childbirth. The husband receives two weeks’ wages along with parental leave. Scholarships are provided to children from 1st year to graduate school, and after 5th grade, if they pass the first part test, a bonus is paid in cash. Workers also benefit from Aam Aadmi Bim Yojana and their daughters of

     Viv Sahayat Yojana. To use this system, the application must be submitted in the prescribed format before the gram panchayat, after which the applicant will be issued a photo ID to use the above system. Workers working in unorganized sectors are tragic  when  faced with adversity because there is no institutional or social protection  for them. Because they have to avoid work, they have to suffer financially if they get sick or have children in the family. They can’t even afford to pay for their children’s education. The implementation of this system has proven that such workers have adequate social protection. To date, 52 million of 38,857 workers have benefited from the scheme.

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    Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana

    Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana (DAY) with an aim to uplift the urban poor folks by enhancing sustainable livelihood opportunities through skill development. Keeping in view the objective of Make in India, Skill Development is essential for socioeconomic betterment. Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana was launched under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA). The government of India has provisioned Rs.500 crore for the scheme.

    Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana (DAY) with an aim to uplift the urban poor folks by enhancing sustainable livelihood opportunities through skill development. Keeping in view the objective of Make in India, Skill Development is essential for socioeconomic betterment. Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana was launched under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA). The government of India has provisioned Rs.500 crore for the scheme.  The scheme is the integration of the National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) and National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM). The National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM) has been renamed  Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana (DAYNULM) and  Rashtriya Shahri Aajeevika Mission in Hindi. Under this plan, the urban area includes all 4,041 statutory towns and villages, thus covering almost the entire city’s population. Currently, all  urban poverty reduction programs only apply to 790  cities