The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission is being implemented in a pilot phase in six Union Territories at present, and it has been rolled out by PM Narendra Modi for entire nation today.
Union AYUSH Minister Shripad Naik said the Indian system of medicine has been forwarded to people of the country for centuries and its formula has not changed since then.
The Prime Minister's Office said on Thursday that the Ayushman Bharat scheme will ensure universal health coverage.
The Licence Officer of Ayurved department said he will issue Patanjali a notice asking how they got permission to make the kit that claims to treat Coronavirus.
The Minister also said that AYUSH Ministry will clear its stance on Patanjali's 'Coronil and Swasari', claimed to cure Coronavirus, after reviewing the report sent by it.
Ayushman Bharat is the world’s largest health insurance scheme and was launched by the Narendra Modi government in 2018.
'In the past three years, the BJP government in the state has succeeded in changing the perception of the state. We have taken the state on the path of development, trust and good governance due to guidance and support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,' Adityanath said at a press conference in Lucknow.
The Ministry of AYUSH said Unani Medicines are useful in the symptomatic treatment of Coronavirus infection.
Nearly 1,200 cases of fraud have been confirmed and action has been taken against 338 hospitals, he said, asserting that the government has zero-tolerance towards corruption.
The prime minister Modi was speaking in Ranchi in poll-bound Jharkhand after launching a slew of measures including ambitious pension schemes for farmers, shopkeepers and self-employed persons
The PMJDY was launched on August 28, 2014, with an aim to provide universal access to banking facilities to the people in the country.
Based on the analysis of the first year of Pradhan Mantri - Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY), popularly known as “Modicare”, researchers at the Washington DC-based Centre for Global Development (CGD), said the overall effort has been positive, but have also highlighted challenges and several potential pitfalls related to cost and quality, that could derail the scheme's progress.
PM Modi's flagship healthcare programme, Ayushman Bharat, covers about 10 crore poor families and entitles them to avail treatment up to Rs 5 lakh at the tertiary level.
Modi was addressing a gathering after inaugurating a 750-bed annexe building of Guru Govind Singh Hospital in Jamnagar.
The BJD, however, rejected Shah's remark and said the state government's health insurance scheme, Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana, was much better than Ayushman Bharat.
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A healthcare worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test in view of the threat of the new variant (Omicron) of the virus, at a railway station in Patna.PTI Photo
Beach side temporary shops covered by polythene sheets in the wake of Cyclone Jawad, in Puri.PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami and others during BJP election campaign rally, ahead of state Assembly polls in 2022, in Dehradun.PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses during a BJP election campaign rally, ahead of state Assembly polls in 2022, in Dehradun.PTI Photo
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