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Karnataka Ayushman Bharat – Arogya Scheme Portal


 Karnataka Ayushman Bharat – Arogya Scheme Portal 


Karnataka has been in the front line of effectively carrying out different medical services schemes through Suvarna Arogya Suraksha Trust on an Assurance Mode, to support an enormous segment of BPL and APL people in the State including Road Accident Victims inside the boundaries of Karnataka. The achievement of execution through Assurance Mode was supported by the way that there was 64 % decrease in Out of Pocket Expenditure (OOE), mortality was diminished by 64 % among BPL families and 12.3 % families are bound to get to clinic care – according to a World Bank Study.Thus proceeding with the command of SDGs, the public authority chose to expand Universal Health Care in every one of the three areas of essential, optional and tertiary consideration to all occupants of Karnataka by pooling assets from different on-going plans.

Karnataka Ayushman Bharat – Arogya Scheme Portal


Hence the dispatch of the spearheading "Arogya Karnataka" devoted to peoples of Karnataka. With this scheme Karnataka feels glad to be the FIRST STATE in the Country to declare and execute Universal Health Coverage to protect Karnataka individuals from impoverishment just as to guarantee the general wellbeing and prosperity of individuals of Karnataka.

Main Objective of Karnataka Ayushman Bharat – Arogya Scheme:

The objective of the scheme is to extend ‘Universal Health Coverage’ to all residents in Karnataka State. Under this new scheme, primary health care, specified secondary and tertiary health care benefits will be provided.

The current continuous health schemes like Vajpayee Arogyashree, Yeshaswini Scheme, Rajiv Arogya Bhagya Scheme, RashtriyaSwasthayaBimaYojana (RSBY) including RSBY for senior residents, RashtriyaBalaSwasthayaKaryakram (RBSK), MukhyamantriSantwana Harish Scheme, Indira Suraksha Yojane, Cochlear Implant Scheme and so forth will all be joined under this new Arogya Karnataka Scheme.


Eligible Patient:

A patient who is a resident of Karnataka State and belongs to “Eligible Household” as defined under the National Food Security Act, 2013;

General Patient:

A patient who is a resident of Karnataka State but does not come under the definition of “Eligible Household” as defined under the National Food Security Act, 2013, or does not produce the eligible household card. The treatment cost will be on co-payment basis.

Patient Entitlement under the Scheme:

The PDS card decides the entitlement of the patient and is authenticated via a web service, with the stored PDS details in the Food and Civil Service Database to determine whether the beneficiary belongs to “Eligible Category” or not, as per the norms defined under the National Food Security Act 2013. Accordingly He will be categorized as ‘Eligible Patient”. If a beneficiary is not from the “Eligible category” as per the FSA or if the beneficiary does not have a PDS card, he or she will be automatically enrolled as a “General Patient”.

When the E-KYC structure is filled and the recipient order is finished, the recipient will become enrolled under the Scheme and will be given a novel plan ID "ArKID"number. The produced novel ID number imprinted on a card will be given on an installment of Rs.10/ - just interestingly to the effectively selected recipient. For republishing the card on solicitation of the enlisted recipient on the off chance that he has lost the card he will be given one more card at an expense of Rs.20/ - as it were.


The unique ArKID will be the PDS card Number with a separator (-) and a sequential number for each member of the family that approaches a PHI for service and seeks to get enrolled.

The UHC Card provided will contain Photo, Name, Unique Scheme ID and Basic Details of the Beneficiary. An SMS alert will also be sent to the Enrolled Patient to his mobile number wherever the mobile number has been shared with the registration personnel.

When the Scheme card is created the patient can get to the treatment under the "Arogya Karnataka" scheme.

The recipient won't be needed to convey his Adhaar card or Food card the following time he visits the medical clinic for therapy. He will be overhauled dependent on the Arogya Karnataka card.




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