G.O Ms.No.176 Dated 1.11.2013 Diseases Covered under Health Cards

AP Health Cards G.O Ms.No.176 Dated 1.11.2013. List of Therapies Diseases Covered under Health Cards (EHS Employee Health Scheme). AP State Govt G.O Ms.No.176 Dated 1.11.2013.
Health, Medical and Family Welfare – Employees Health Scheme – Notification and adoption of ‘Final Therapy Prices’ - Orders – Issue
Rajiv Aarogyasri Scheme (RAS) is being implemented by Government from 01.04.2007 to financially assist 233 lakh poor families to avail medical treatment for identified diseases covering 938 In-patient (IP) therapies and 125 follow-up therapies vide G.O. first read above. Government have also decided to implement a similar cashless scheme (Employees Health Scheme) for Government pensioners and employees with coverage envisaged in APIMA rules, 1972 vide G.O. 2nd read above.
Aarogyasri Healthcare Trust, after deliberations and in consultation with specialists, has identified additional IP therapies for inclusion in employees health scheme, in addition to Aarogyasri packages.
2. AP Speciality Hospitals Association (ASHA) and AP Private Hospitals & Nursing Homes Association (APNA) representing the private hospitals empanelled under Rajiv Aarogyasri Scheme, submitted representations to Government, seeking revision of the package rates for Rajiv Aarogyasri Scheme and also clarifications on certain other issues. In Memo. No. 21233 /M2/2012-3 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 06-02-2013, Government have constituted a committee headed by Principal Finance Secretary and consisting of Principal Secretary to Government, Health Medical & Family Welfare Department, Commissioner, A.P Vaidhya Vidhana Parishad, Director of Medical Education, as members, Chief Executive Officer, Aarogyasri Health Care Trust as member-convenor, and two representatives each from ASHA and APNA as members for examining the grievances of ASHA and APNA. The Committee, after detailed discussions and deliberations submitted its recommendations to the Government
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