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Haryana Govt Extends Cashless Health Facility To Employees

Governor Bandaru Dattatraya and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar distributed Ayushman cards to a segment of government personnel during the cashless health facility programme

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The Haryana government formally extended coverage of a cashless health facility initiative to all regular government employees in the state on Monday. During the cashless health facility programme held on Monday, Governor Bandaru Dattatraya and Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar distributed Ayushman cards to a segment of government personnel.

From 1 November 2023, the state government piloted a cashless health facility scheme for government employees in the fisheries and horticulture departments and their relatives. 

According to a state government official, all beneficiaries would profit from the cashless plan because the treatments outlined will be totally cashless and hospitals will have their claims processed from a single platform within a stipulated time limit. Beneficiaries and other stakeholders will benefit from more efficient, smooth, hassle-free, and time-bound services under the system.

According to the existing requirements, the scheme covers six life-threatening crises, including cardiac emergencies, brain haemorrhage, coma, electric shock, third and fourth stages of cancer, and any form of accident, in addition to all types of indoor treatments and nursery procedures.

To use the scheme's benefits in the empanelled hospitals, all beneficiaries will be given an E-card/CCHF card. Beneficiaries may get benefits by providing a payee code, Aadhaar number, or PPP number. The state government will bear the entirety of the scheme's costs.



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