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Update on expansion of Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission

Posted On: 12 DEC 2023 4:20PM by PIB Delhi

Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) envisages to develop the backbone necessary to support the integrated digital health infrastructure of the country. The core components of the Mission include Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) for citizens, Health Professional Registry (HPR), Health Facility Registry (HFR) and ABHA Application.  The digital health ecosystem created by ABDM supports continuity of care across primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare in a seamless manner.

ABDM, is a central sector scheme with an outlay of Rs 1600 crore for 5 years from 21-22 to 25-26. Under the scheme, funding for Human Resources, Capacity Building (CB) & Information Education and Communication (IEC) activities is provided to all States and Union Territories (UTs) to drive this mission and to facilitate necessary handholding support in on-boarding all the facilities/ health professionals and to integrate all state health programmes/ solutions under ABDM ecosystem.

The details of funds allocated, released and spent to States/UTs during the F.Y. 2021-22, 2022-23 and 2023-24 (till 1st December 2023) are given under Annexure A.

ABDM was launched in September 2021. ABDM aims to create an online platform enabling interoperability of health data within the health ecosystem. The aim of this mission is to create an Electronic Health Record (EHR) of every citizen.

The Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Prof. S.P. Singh Bhagel stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

Annexure- A

Funds allocated, released and spent during the F.Y. 2021-22, 2022-23 and 2023-24 (till 1st December 2023) (Rs. In crores)

Sr. No.State / UTFunds AllocatedFunds ReleasedExpenditure
1Andaman & Nicobar Islands3.600.330.21
2Andhra Pradesh13.916.425.93
3Arunachal Pradesh3.981.431.05
4Assam10.481.990.73
5Bihar17.042.761.55
6Chandigarh3.970.400.04
7Chhattisgarh9.590.860.26
8Delhi8.5800
9DNHDD3.610.510.51
10Goa3.981.321.22
11Gujarat13.411.180.96
12Haryana9.590.860.005
13Himachal Pradesh7.190.500.38
14Jammu and Kashmir7.741.250.58
15Jharkhand10.890.680.13
16Karnataka13.801.580.43
17Kerala10.561.861.23
18Ladakh3.601.761.58
19Lakshadweep3.310.120.11
20Madhya Pradesh14.891.380.66
21Maharashtra17.330.980.32
22Manipur4.380.490.41
23Meghalaya4.391.501.28
24Mizoram3.971.050.95
25Nagaland4.000.740.42
26Odisha12.4400
27Puducherry3.980.420.27
28Punjab10.010.600.04
29Rajasthan14.410.920.92
30Sikkim03.610.510.35
31Tamil Nadu14.534.733.47
32Telangana10.950.840.31
33Tripura04.410.410.27
34Uttar Pradesh24.5500
35Uttarakhand7.651.280.89
36West Bengal15.905.313.45
     

 

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