Ayushman Bharat needs to be driven by technology disruption or innovations
Express Healthcare|September 2019
Ayushman Bharat needs to be driven by technology disruption or innovations
Ayushman Bharat Mission’s implementing agency National Health Authority (NHA) has entered into a partnership with NATHEALTH. Dr Sudarshan Ballal, President, NATHEALTH talk about how this collaboration will enable the fulfillment of Ayushman Bharat goals, in an exclusive interaction with Sanjiv Das

Tell us more about the NHA NATHEALTH tie-up and how it would help boost the Ayushman Bharat scheme?

The world’s largest government-run health insurance scheme Pradhan Mantri Jan ArogyaYojana (PMJAY) under Ayushman Bharat Mission is completing a year of its successful implementation with positive outcomes in September this year. Realising the critical role of technology disruptions, Ayushman Bharat Mission’s implementing agency National Health Authority (NHA) has entered into a partnership with NATHEALTH to enable a seamless pathway that streamlines all innovations ensuring that it scales and increases the efficacy of PMJAY service delivery. The healthcare sector is now decoding the potential of new technologies, solutions, delivery system and medical supply chain among others. Innovations would finally empower people with quality, access and affordability. The government has realised the urgent need to take the lead in encouraging and driving innovations. With this partnership, we are preparing to take the scheme to the next level. And for this, the scheme needs to be driven by technology disruption or innovations.

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