Chandigarh-In order to enrol the utmost variety of individuals of Punjab beneath medical insurance cowl as desired by Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, Punjab State Health Agency on the instructions of Punjab Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr Balbir Singh has determined to additional lengthen the Ayushman Card Bumper Draw until December 31, 2023.
Pertinently, a particular Diwali Bumper Draw was launched on October 16, beneath which anybody registering themselves for the Ayushman Bharat Mukh Mantri Sehat Bima Yojana could have an opportunity to win a reward upto Rs 1 lakh. Earlier the final date of bumper was November 30, 2023.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Health Agency Babita mentioned that following an awesome response from individuals, the division has determined to increase the draw until December 31, 2023, in order that extra beneficiaries can take good thing about this scheme. Notably, over 1.80 lakh individuals have already enrolled for the Ayushman Card through the fortunate draw interval.
Divulging particulars on the draw, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Health Agency Babita mentioned that 10 fortunate winners shall be chosen via a random draw and the primary prize shall be value Rs 1 lakh, a second prize shall be value Rs 50000 and a 3rd prize value Rs 25000 shall be given. Similarly, the fourth prize is value Rs 10000 and the fifth prize is Rs 8000, whereas, the sixth to tenth prizes shall be Rs 5000 every, she mentioned. Now, the draw will happen in January 2024.
CEO Babita mentioned that this particular marketing campaign was one more initiative of the Punjab Government to spice up participation within the Ayushman Bharat Mukh Mantri Sehat Bima Yojana by encouraging the technology of Ayushman Cards.
She additional defined that beneficiaries can simply receive their playing cards through the use of the “Ayushman App, ” visiting the web site “beneficiary.nha.gov.in”, or reaching out to their nearest ASHA employee or empaneled hospitals.
Meanwhile, the scheme gives cashless remedy as much as Rs 5 lakh per household per yr in over 800 authorities and personal empanelled hospitals throughout the state. Over 44 lakh households within the state are taking good thing about this scheme, which gives entry to round 1600 varieties of remedies, together with knee replacements, coronary heart surgical procedures, most cancers remedies and so on. These beneficiary households embody NFSA Ration Card holders, J-form-holding farmers, Registered Labourers, Registered Small Traders, Accredited and Yellow Card-holding Journalists, and households coated beneath the Socio-Economic Caste Census Data of 2011.