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Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana remains active

Bhubaneswar:6/6/24: The Odisha Health and Family Welfare Department clarified that the Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana remains active and the BSKY card holder patients continue getting treatment in empanelled hospitals.

As per available data, on 4 June, empanelled hospitals booked treatment packages for more than 5800 patients.

Similarly, on 5 June treatment packages were booked for more than 5389 patients by empanelled hospitals. The MOUs on BSKY signed with empanelled hospitals remain in force.

BSKY Card holders are advised not to panic and remain in confusion about BSKY .

The Government has directed all empanelled hospitals to continue the treatment as before.

The BSKY scheme remains active, with approved budgetary support. Hospitals are to continue treatment to beneficiaries as before. All claims raised by hospitals will be paid by SHAS as before.

Hospitals have been asked to ensure that patients do not face any difficulty or disruption in availing services, the Health Department informed.

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