Chandigarh, January 8, 2024 – The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) has achieved a noteworthy milestone in Haryana, surpassing 1 crore ABHA accounts. This accomplishment underscores the state’s commitment to advancing healthcare through digital means, indicating a positive step forward for the region’s healthcare landscape.
Enhancing Connectivity in Healthcare:
During the unveiling of this milestone at the NHM Haryana calendar launch, Health Minister Anil Vij emphasized ABDM’s potential to foster connectivity among patients, healthcare providers, hospitals, and pharmacies. The mission aims to create a connected ecosystem supporting universal health coverage through the implementation of modern digital health systems, centralized registries, and open standards for seamless data exchange.
National Portability and Data-Driven Insights:
ABDM is distinctive in its commitment to national portability, allowing patients to access medical records and healthcare services across India, regardless of their location. The mission also employs health data analytics to improve healthcare management, facilitating informed decision-making and resource allocation.
Paving the Way for Healthcare in Haryana:
The launch of ABDM marks a significant step forward for healthcare in Haryana, promising improved efficiency, accessibility, and transparency within the healthcare system. This initiative, focused on embracing digital advancements, is anticipated to benefit all residents, contributing to a positive evolution in healthcare delivery.