Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana Odisha (2022)
|Name of the Service||Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana Odisha|
|Beneficiaries||Citizens of Odisha|
Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana is a scheme of the Government of Odisha, which aims to provide universal health coverage, with special emphasis on the health protection of economically vulnerable families.
To achieve its objectives, the BSKY has two components:
Free health services for all (irrespective of income, status or residence) in all State Government health care facilities starting from Sub centre level up to the District Head Quarter Hospital level.
The additional facility of free healthcare beyond the District Headquarters hospital level, for over 70 lakh economically vulnerable families in the State, who are provided Annual Health coverage of Rs.5 lakh per family and Rs 7 lakh for the women members of the family
Benefits of Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana Odisha
All health services are free of cost, including free drugs, free diagnostics, free dialysis, free Cancer chemotherapy, free OT, free I.C.U, free in-patient admission etc., in all government health institutions up to District Head Quarters Hospital level, for all persons.
Families having a BKKY card, RSBY card, BPL card, or AAY card or annual income of Rs 50,000/- in rural and Rs. 60,000/- in urban areas can avail cashless treatment at all Government Hospitals and 208 empanelled Private Hospitals
Eligibility Criteria of Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana Odisha
All families are eligible for free health care services at Government health care Institutions up to the District Head Quarter Hospital level.
For additional facility of free healthcare beyond the District Headquarters hospital level, through annual health coverage of Rs 5 lakh per annum per family and Rs 7 lakh per annum for women members of the family, all currently enrolled Biju Krushak Kalyan Yojana cardholders, Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana cardholders, BPL cardholders and Anatodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) cardholders and families with annual income below Rs. 50,000/- in rural areas and below Rs. 60,000/- in urban areas are eligible
Documents Required for Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana Odisha
For getting Rs. 5 lakh health coverage per annum per family and Rs. 7 lakh health coverage per annum for women members of the family, the existing Biju Krushak Kalyan Yojana (Stream I & II) or Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana or BPL or AAY cards have to be produced at the empanelled hospital. For low-income families who do not have these cards, a valid income certificate (annual income below Rs. 50,000/- in rural areas and below Rs. 60,000/- in urban areas) is to be produced at the empanelled hospital, for availing cashless treatment.
All enrolled families covered under BKKY Stream I & II, RSBY, BPL and Anatodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) are auto-enrolled under this scheme. Those families who have low income but do not have any of these cards can get benefits under BSKY by obtaining an income certificate for annual income below Rs. 50,000/- in rural areas and below Rs. 60,000/- in urban areas.
Under universal health coverage, free health care to all in Public Health Care Institutions from Subcentre to District Head Quarters Hospitals will be provided.
BKKY, RSBY, BPL, AAY cardholders and low-income certificate holders can avail of additional facilities of cashless treatment beyond the District Headquarters Hospital level, at all public health care facilities and 208 empanelled private health care institutions.
Swasthya Mitras are deployed at the help desk in each empanelled hospital to facilitate the beneficiaries
Any person can raise any query or complaint regarding Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana or RSBY with the toll-free number 155369 available from 6 AM to 10 PM. Further, scheme details and a list of empanelled hospitals can also be seen on the websites of Department of Health and Family Welfare and National Health Mission.
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