Ayushman Bharat Hospital List for 2022
The government’s increasing focus on investing in the country’s healthcare infrastructure and establishing India as a global healthcare hub will make healthcare services more accessible to the Indian populace and strengthen the overall healthcare system. The Indian healthcare sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22% (3x) between 2016 and 2022, reaching US$ 372 billion in 2022, up from US$ 110 billion in 2016. In BE 2021-22, government healthcare spending jumped by 137 percent YoY (Rs. 2,23,846 crore (US$ 30.70 billion) compared to Rs. 94,452 crore (US$ 12.95 billion) in BE 2020-21. By 2025, the government wants to increase public health spending to 2.5 percent of GDP, up from 1.8 percent in 2020.
The government plans to construct a “New India” by 2022 through several health initiatives under Ayushman Bharat, which will promote growth and well-being, create jobs, and boost the country’s healthcare industry.
- PM-JAY covers secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation at public and private empaneled hospitals in India for a total of Rs. 5 lakhs per family per year.
- These benefits are available to around 10.74 crore poor and disadvantaged families (almost 50 million recipients).
- PM-JAY gives beneficiaries cashless access to health care services (indoor) at the place of service, which is the hospital.
- PM-JAY will assist to reduce catastrophic hospitalisation costs, which put 6 crore people into poverty each year, as well as the financial risk associated with catastrophic health crises.
- There are no limitations on the size, age, or gender of the family.
- From the start, all pre–existing conditions are covered.