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Covering 100% healthcare by 2030 with CMAAY

Start Date: 07-06-2022
End Date: 25-06-2022

The Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu, introduced the CMAAY in 2018 to accord quality and cashless health care services to the people of the State envisaging ...

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The Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu, introduced the CMAAY in 2018 to accord quality and cashless health care services to the people of the State envisaging Universal Health care for all by 2030 by closing gaps in secondary and tertiary care and improving the efficiency of the public healthcare system.

Under CMAAY, cashless healthcare up to Rs. 5 lakhs can be availed by the people of Arunachal with financial constraints. Citizens are eligible for up to Rs 1 lakh in secondary care and up to Rs 4 lakh in tertiary treatment. This programme will cover approximately 23 distinct therapy techniques. All CMAAY beneficiaries are eligible for cashless treatment at any empaneled hospital. As of May 2022, about 1,14,193 families and 4,91,458 people have benefited from the scheme.

We invite citizens to share their valuable feedback on the impact created by the CMAAY scheme so far and what else should be done to cover 100% healthcare by 2030 in Arunachal Pradesh.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

cont-- So be safe and secure and be healthy and being a citizen of INDIA, I would request all the citizen to be bold enough and to come and take the facilities for future concern my whole hearted salute to the government of Arunachal Pradesh and to the whole INDIA. JAI HIND.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

cont-- One important notification is: there is no defined time period for enrollment: No, the enrolment would be conducted at fixed District Kiosks, during all official working days. The department which is looking after this of schemes A separate society (Chief Minister Arogya Arunachal Yojana) has been set up under the aegis of Health & Family welfare Department, Government of Arunachal Pradesh for proper implementation of both the schemes which is responsible for the administration.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

cont-- To contact for this yojana there is a toll free no- 1800 233 5558 / 08956048405 provided in the yojana. For further assistance the citizen of Arunachal Pradesh can call on that free number and can ask them about more information if required. The main objective of this scheme To reduce out of pocket expenses for the identified poor & deprived families of the state, other indigenous population and State Government Employees. To provide quality treatment for various defined illnesses etc.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

Cont-- Documents which are required to establish the identity & proof of valid beneficiary are:For APST: APST certificate For Non-APST but bonafide members of Lohit, Namsai & Changlang districts: Resident Certificate (RC) issued by Competent Authority. For State Government employees: Government ID card issued by competent Authority - Dependent of State Government employees/RC holders should produce any legal document (along with Aadhaar card) to prove their relation to the State Government.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

Cont-- Chief Minister Arogya Arunachal Yojana (CMAAY) is a scheme which has been launched by the Arunachal Pradesh government with the main objective of providing financial support to the poor tribal population of the state. After listening to this I would request the citizen of INDIA as well as the citizen of Arunachal Pradesh to understand very properly about CMAAY yojana. And the beneficiaries covered under this schemes Arunachal Pradesh Scheduled Tribe(APST) members Non-APST residents

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Nasim Kutchi 2 weeks 5 days ago

It is not a disturbing co-incidence that stirs our amazements on this holy occasion to commemorate one of the most important LANDMARK of INDIAN book of History for the state of Arunachal Pradesh. I am really very happy and appreciate the whole team and the administration for this good and best work of what ever they have thought of covering over 100% healthcare by 2030 with CMAAY.The Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, Pema Khandu, introduced the CMAAY in 2018 to accord quality and cashless