Div Com says, it is better than Medical Reimbursement
SRINAGAR- The Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole Wednesday stressed on cent percent enrollment coverage of eligible population for Golden Card under Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna scheme.
While reviewing the progress of AB PMJAY and AB PM-JAY SEHAT, Div Com directed all Deputy Commissioners to complete the registration of entire population by March 31, 2022.
He directed them to conduct registration camps and reach out to every household to achieve the target in stipulated time.
He also directed for major enrollment drives at Block Development Offices and Tehsil Offices to cover entire population in a fixed time.
To decentralize enrollment, Div Com further directed that gazetted officers of RDD, Revenue, Medical Education should be given user IDs and login passwords to encourage registration of people.
The meeting was attended by DCs along with CMOs, Tehsildars; MD, NHM, J&K, CEO Ayushman -Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna; Principals of GMCs of Srinagar, Baramulla, Anantnag; Director Health Services Kashmir; C/O Divisional Covid Control Room Kashmir, Assistant Director Immunization.
Earlier, MD NHM briefed the meeting about the performance of district, work done in BIS under AB PMJAY and AB-PMJAY SEHAT till today, registration during last month, per day target, action plan to achieve target by March 31.
Meanwhile, Div Com directed DCs and DDO to ensure registration of all employees for Golden Card under Ayushman Bharat PMJAY & AB-PMJAY SEHAT by the end of February, 2022.
On the occasion, he also appealed Govt employees to obtain Ayushman Bharat Golden Card in three weeks time and also assured them that it is better than Medical reimbursement.
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