Jharkhand: Free treatment of poor stopped in private hospitals, Ayushman scheme stopped!
Jharkhand: Free treatment of poor stopped in private hospitals, Ayushman scheme stopped!
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Jharkhand: There is a big news from Jharkhand. In fact, most of the private hospitals here have refused to treat under the Ayushman Bharat scheme. Yes, and because of this, poor patients are now getting upset here. According to the information received, under the world's largest health insurance scheme 'Ayushman Bharat', private hospitals in Jharkhand have stopped the free treatment of the poor. In fact, he says that crores of rupees have been pending under the scheme, so the facility of free treatment has been stopped. According to the information received recently, most of the private hospitals in Jharkhand have refused to treat under the Ayushman Bharat scheme.

Due to this, poor patients are getting upset. In the Garhwa district of the state, some people are having to take loans for treatment. In this case, it is being told that the poor in The Parameshwari Medical Hospital of Garhwa district headquarters have been getting free treatment in this scheme, but now the money is being taken. At the same time, the hospital is not getting the amount of treatment for people under Ayushman Bharat from the government.

A patient who underwent dialysis under the Ayushman Bharat scheme said, "We were getting treatment with the help of this scheme, but now there is a lot of trouble. Where do we get the money from? The government should listen to us.'' On the other hand, the manager of the private hospital, Dr Nishant Singh and Dr Parvesh Singh say, "What do we do, our government is left with crores of rupees. They have been undergoing treatment for the last 13 months, whenever it comes to payment, there are excuses on the part of the government.''

The owners of the hospital say that 'crores of rupees are stuck.' If we don't get the money soon, we will take refuge in the court. Amidst all this, Garhwa district programme officer Praveen Singh said, "It is true that hospitals have not received the payment. They'll be paid soon.''

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