Digital Health Card: All your medical history to be saved online; Here’s how to apply for New Digital Health Card
Under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission, the Indian government has sent off the Digital Health Card 2022 drive. The well-being card is significant in light of the fact that it permits individuals to save their clinical accounts carefully in one spot.
The public authority of India has begun the most common way of digitizing clinical records with the Digital Health Card 2022. Individuals need to enroll at the Health ID entrance where this component is initiated. Eminently, the public authority says that the well-being records will be the sole property of the person who might likewise have the choice to erase them at any time of time.
To enlist for the computerized wellbeing card, residents need to have an Aadhaar card or driving permit, a portable number connected to the Aadhaar card, a duplicate of birth authentication, and address verification. Also, individuals can apply for their Digital Health Card 2022 web based utilizing their Aadhaar card or driver’s permit and afterward finishing the Digital Health Card Registration Form 2022. They can download an ABHA Digital Health Card a while later.
Here’s how to register for the digital health card:
STEP1 Visit the Health ID portal (https://healthid.ndhm.gov.in).
STEP2 Select the create Digital Health Card button at the top.
STEP3 Click on Aadhar Card or Driver’s license and proceed with the Next button.
STEP4 Enter the Aadhaar card number or the number of the driving license and move on to the next button.
STEP5 Fill in the complete details including name, address, phone number, OTP received, and any of the other required information. This would complete the profile.
STEP6 Furthermore, fill out an online application form and the 14-digital digital health card (ABHA number) would be created.
STEP7 A notification would come about the ABHA number creation and the health ID card can be downloaded from the website.
Authorities are trying to “motivate” more private hospitals to join the government’s flagship health scheme Ayushman Bharat PMJAY, targeting a sector that’s stayed away saying permissible charges are too low.
As of now, PMJAY has a network of 25,000 empaneled hospitals—both private and public—with a 42% (11,000) share of private healthcare providers. They offer nearly 2,000 treatment procedures across 27 specialties.
Ayushman Bharat expects to cover more than 100 million poor and weak families, or around 500 million people, giving an inclusion of up to ₹five lakh per family each year for optional and tertiary consideration hospitalization.