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CGHS scheme is a health care scheme that has been formulated by the Central
government for providing complete medical care to its employees and also to the pensioners. But
both the “Central government employees and the pensioners” are required to register themselves
under the scheme.
The main objective of CGHS is to make sure that all the central government employees and pensioners registered under it, receive quality health care. And to make sure that it happens, CGHS has signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with the QCI for a comprehensive evaluation of hospitals under the CGHS scheme. The detailed application format which is mentioned for empanelment under the CGHS scheme is the basis for the NABH-QCI empanelment program. When NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers) & QCI (Quality Council of India) has done a complete evaluation of a hospital, it will provide its findings to the CGHS and also publish the findings on the website The evaluation of the hospitals has to be done according to the criteria formulated for the empanelment of hospitals, which is in accordance with the CGHS (Central Government Health Scheme).
Application forms are available on the websites of the government, and the wellness centres accept them.
After online enrollment, the candidate must print out the application and submit it along with the necessary empanelment documentation.
CGHS will email you for clarification throughout this process, and you must reply.
If your hospital meets CGHS requirements, the team may visit to inspect it at this step.
A photo ID plastic card with all the pertinent policy information, including a special beneficiary number, will be given to CGHS beneficiaries after enrollment.
The card you receive after enrolling is good until the primary insured's retirement date.
The exact amount of fees will be entirely dependent on two things which are the particular kind of healthcare facility and the total number of hospital beds presently available in the healthcare facility.
All enrolled individuals will get inpatient care at accredited and regulated facilities.
Cashless services at diagnostic facilities and hospitals with accreditation.
Medical examinations performed in government or CGHS-approved diagnostic facilities.
Expert consultations at government hospitals or polyclinics.
Outpatient care (OPD), including prescription costs.
Compensation for emergency medical services received at public or private hospitals.
Costs incurred in connection with maternity, child health care, and family welfare.
Costs associated with purchasing external medical devices like hearing aids, appliances, prosthetic limbs, etc.
Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Siddha, and Unani are just a few of the complementary therapies included in the CGHS Empanelment programme.
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