Ayushman Bharat: 36 private hospitals de-empanelled in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: Considering that many private hospitals in the state failed to comply with the new rules, Ayushman Bharat Yojana de-empanelled 36 such hospitals in Madhya Pradesh for not fulfilling parameters as per new general medicine (GM) rules. 

According to the Ayushman authorities, these hospitals have failed to acquire one of the following options provided in the new rule, i.e., each private hospital in the state should have either accreditation of the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) or over 50 beds to secure empanelment under Ayushman Bharat Yojana. 

Due to some hospitals being unable to follow the rules, the authorities decided to take action against 36 hospitals, excluding single-specialty hospitals like Eye and ENT. However, more are expected to be added to the list in the coming days. 

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Taking about this, Ayushman Bharat CEO Aditi Garg informed Free Press Journal, “By March 31, all private hospitals were given time to have accreditation of National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) or over 50 beds. They did not comply and as a result, have been de-empanelled. Some of the hospitals had assured that their accreditations were not showing on a monitor, so be given some time. More hospitals will be de-empanelled in days to come.”

Out of 36 hospitals that have been de-empanelled, 17 are in Bhopal,12 are in Indore, 5 are in Gwalior and 2 are from Jabalpur.

In Bhopal private hospitals which have been de-empanelled include Apex Hospital, Maheshwari Arera Trauma & Critical Care, RA Stone& Care, Vedanta Fracture Hospital, Medilife Hospital, Ayushman Hi-tech, Mount Hospital, AK Hospital, Jupiter Hospital, Yashvi Super Specialty Hospital, Haque Multispecialty, Sankalp Multispecialty, Care Multispeciality, A B Hospital, Nirvana Multispecialty and Charak Hospital and Research Centre.

In Indore Vedant Hospital, Sewalaya, Guruji Seva Niyas, PAT Hospital, Sri Vaishnav Diagnostic Centre, Banthia Hospital, Anand Hospital, Mewara Medicare, Shree Minesh Hospital, MNH Care, Varnit Hospital and Karuna Maternity.

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