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Ayushman Bharat Scheme: Cancer Patients To Get Benefits Without Being Hospitalised



Ayushman Bharat Scheme: Cancer Patients To Get Benefits Without Being Hospitalised: Details, Features, Benefits

Cancer patients will not need to be admitted to the hospital to take advantage of Modi Government's ambitious Ayushman India National Health Protection Scheme popularly known as 'Modicare'

The Government of India under PM Narendra Modi regime issued a set of guideline on 27th August 2018, which clearly states that cancer patients will not need to spend money from their pockets for treatment.

The National Health Protection Scheme will launch on 25 September 2018 and before that, the Ministry of Health had issued an Anti-Fraud Guidelines as well as information privacy (Information Protection) and Information Security Policy (Information Security Policy).

Union Health Minister JP Nadda informed that there will be more than 1,300 patients in medical facilities available under the 'Modicare' scheme, which will include before and after the recruitment to the hospital. In addition, the diagnosis of diseases and medicines etc. have also been included in it. Beneficiaries will be allowed to get treatment in hospitals across the country, which are covered under the scheme.

Health Minister JP NaddaNo need to register also released the logo of this mega insurance scheme 'Modicare'. He told the beneficiaries do not need to get the registration and payment for the services of the hospitals involved in the Ayushman Bharat Scheme. Also, he warned the fake websites and said that criminal cases would be registered if agents tried to make money from beneficiaries or fraud through websites. 


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