Ayushman card holders will not get treatment in private hospitals in Haryana from today

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New Delhi. There is a bad news for Ayushman card holders of Haryana. Private hospitals of the state have stopped providing free treatment on Ayushman card from today. This decision has been taken after the government did not agree to some other demands including not paying the money for the treatment done on Ayushman card to the hospitals.

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The Indian Medical Association has made this announcement. IMA had warned the government a few days ago that if the government did not pay the outstanding money of private hospitals, then they would stop treatment on Ayushman card from July 1.

Private hospital operators say that the government does not give money to hospitals for the treatment of Ayushman card holders for 6-6 months. Apart from this, they say that after pre-approval of the treatment expenses, deductions are made and the bills are rejected, which is wrong.

Talks with the government fail

IMA’s Karnal district head Dr. Rohit Sardana told the media that the meeting of the state level committee of IMA with the government on this matter was inconclusive. Due to this, IMA has now decided to stop treatment on Ayushman card. Around 50 private hospitals of Karnal district owe Rs 18 crore to the government. According to Rohtak IMA district head Dr. Ravindra Hooda, private hospitals of the district owe Rs 22 crore to the government. Due to non-payment of this dues, private hospitals have now stopped treatment on Ayushman card from July 1.

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There is a pending amount of Rs 200 crore.

432 private hospitals in Haryana are registered to treat Ayushman card holders. On an average, 45000 patients are treated here every day. The government owes about Rs 200 crore to private hospitals. Poor people will face a lot of problems if private hospitals do not provide treatment on Ayushman card.

What should a patient do if he does not get treatment with Ayushman card?

Free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh can be availed in hospitals included in the panel of Ayushman Yojana. If the hospital refuses treatment on Ayushman card, then the patient can complain through toll free number and portal. 14555 is a national level toll free number of Ayushman Bharat Yojana. A citizen living in any state of the country can complain on this number.

You can also complain on the portal.

If your complaint is not being heard even after complaining on the toll free number, you can register your complaint by clicking on the link https://cgrms.pmjay.gov.in/GRMS/loginnew.htm. Complaint is registered on this portal by clicking on the option of REGISTER YOUR GRIEVANCE.

 

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