Haryana Government planned cashless health scheme
Haryana Government planned cashless health scheme

Between the lockdown and the corona transition, the Haryana government has prepared a draft of the Operational Guidelines for Comprehensive Cashless Health Scheme for the employees. Objections and suggestions have been asked for the draft in 15 days. Along with the employees, pensioners and their dependents will also get benefits in the scheme. Till now the government was only incurring the expenses on the treatment of employees and their dependents. Millions of pensioners and their dependents have also been included in the new draft.

The upper limit of the expenditure in treatment has been abolished. Right now the government pays the amount spent on treatment up to Rs 5 lakh. Cashless treatment scheme will be IT-based as per the draft issued by Additional Chief Secretary Health. Digital database of employees will be created from Aadhaar and other sources. With this, there will be no problem in online verification of employees, pensioners and dependents. The scheme currently implemented is not IT-based.

Due to not being IT based, it takes a lot of time for the employees to get the amount spent on the treatment. Since bills have to be prepared and submitted. In the cashless scheme, the hassle of the bill will be over, all employees, pensioners and dependents will get the card. Sarva Employees Union had been raising this demand for a long time. The state president of the union Subhash Lamba said that the official copy of the draft has not been received. After getting the study, we will give suggestions to the government and practical problems will also be told.

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