Empanelment and De-Panelling of Private Hospitals under CGHS

Empanelment and De-Panelling of Private Hospitals under CGHS

CGHS empanels eligible private hospitals as and when they apply and sign Memorandum of Agreement as per terms and conditions of empanelment under tender process/continuous empanelment scheme.

Some private hospitals have opted out of CGHS. The details are at Annexure.

The above statement said in a written reply to a question in Parliament on 20.3.2018 by the Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey.

No.
CITY
No. of
Hospitals opted
out from CGHS during the last 3 years
Names of
Hospitals
Reasons
for opting out
1
AHMEDABAD
3
(i) Nidhi Hospital
(ii) Anand surgical
(iii) Sidhi Vinayak
Due to technical problem and delay
in payment.
2
 BANGALORE
3
(i) Vasan Eye Care, Nagarbhavi
 Change in Management
(ii) Medihope Super Speciality
Hospital
Inability to provide certain
service
(iii) Shirdi Sai Hospital Pvt. Ltd.
Due to renovation
3
 CHANDIGARH
1
Centre For Sight
Low CGHS rates.
4
GUWAHATI
4
(i) Guwahati Neurological Research
Centre Hospital
Due to technical reasons
(ii) International Hospitals
(iii) Nemcare Hospitals
(iv) Primus imaging Pvt. Ltd.
5
 NAGPUR
3
(i) Suretech Eye Hospital
Did not want QCI recommendation to
continue.
(ii) Suretech Diagnostic Centre

(iii) Zenith Hospital
6.
PUNE
16
(i) Bhandari Dental Clinic
Low CGHS rates
for dental
procedure
(ii) Ace Hospital
Could not obtain
QCI
recommendation
(iii) Sant Dyaneshwar Hospital
Could not obtain
QCI
recommendation
(iv) Sai Sneha Hospital
Could not obtain
QCI
recommendation
(v) Colony Nursing Home
Could not obtain
QCI
recommendation
(vi) Sangamerkar Hospital
Could not obtain
QCI
recommendation
(vii) Ruby Hall Clinic
Delay in payment
(viii) Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie
Delay in payment
(ix) Sahydari Hospital Nagar Rd.
Delay in payment
(x) Shyadri Hospital Karve Rd
Delay in payment
(xi) Janagir Hospital
Delay in payment
(xii) Meivision Diagnostic Centre
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xiii) Rakshak Hospital
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xiv) Dhanashree
Hospital  
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xv) Kavade Nursing Home
Could not obtain QCI recommendation
(xvi) Vasan Eye Hospital
Change in Management.
7
 DELHI & NCR
10
(i) Deepak Memorial Hospital
No reasons
specified by the
hospitals for
opting out.
(ii) Delhi Max Hospital, Pitampura
(iii) Dr. A. Lalchandani pathology
laboratories
(iv) Mahajan Imaging Centre, Pusa
Road, New Delhi
(v) Mahajan Imaging Centre, B1,
Vasant Kunj
(vi) Dr. P. Bhasin path Lab (p)
Ltd, Dwarka, New Delhi.
(vii) Alchemist Hospital, Gurgaon
(viii) Max Hospital, Gurgaon.
(ix) Max Hospital, Noida
(x) Apex Diagnostic, Gurgaon
TOTAL 40

Clarification on Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and Hostel Charges

Clarification on Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and Hostel Charges

Clarification on Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and Hostel Charges provided to the children of Armed Forces Officers / PBORs missing / disabled / killed in action

Reimbursement of Tuition Fee

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO:5354
ANSWERED ON: 28.03.2018

Reimbursement of Tuition Fee

RAJAN BABURAO VICHARE
Will the Minister of

DEFENCE be pleased to state:-
(a) whether the Government has curtailed the reimbursement of tuition and hostel fees provided to the children of working and retired armed forces personnel including martyred, disabled and missing soldiers / officers;
(b) if so, the details thereof and the reasons therefor along with the likely saving in Government exchequer as a result thereof;
(c) whether servicemen and ex-servicemen are distressed by the Government decision;
(d) if so, whether the Government proposes to reconsider the decision; and
(e) if so, the details thereof and if not, the reasons therefor?

ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE (DR. SUBHASH BHAMRE)
IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

(a) Yes, Madam.

(b) The combined amount of tuition fee and hostel charges provided to the children of Armed Forces Officers / PBORs missing / disabled / killed in action has been capped at Rs.10,000 p.m. in accordance with the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission (7th CPC) as accepted by the Government.

Keeping in view that both the number of students and the tuition / hostel fee are open-ended, no fixed / uniform amount of savings can be indicated. Out of total reported 2679 students during the year 2017-18, 193 students have been reported to be drawing more than the capped amount of tuition / hostel fee and savings have been reported to be Rs.3.20 crore (Approximately).

(c) Representations have been received for removal of cap of Rs.10,000 p.m. on combined amount of tuition fee / hostel charges from some of the affected beneficiaries.

(d) & (e): The Government has decided to continue the educational concession without the cap of Rs.10,000 p.m.

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Banks to remain open till 8 pm on 31.3.2018 – RBI Circular

Banks to remain open till 8 pm on 31.3.2018 – RBI Circular

“All agency banks should keep the counters of their designated branches conducting government banking open for government transactions up to 8.00 p.m. on March 31, 2018”

Annual Closing of Government Accounts – Transactions of Central / State Governments – Special Measures for the Current Financial Year (2017-18)

RBI/2017-18/144
DGBA.GBD.No.2388/42.01.029/2017-18

March 27, 2018

All agency banks

Dear Sir / Madam

Annual Closing of Government Accounts – Transactions of Central / State Governments – Special Measures for the Current Financial Year (2017-18)

The Government of India has desired that all government transactions with banks for Financial Year 2017-18 must be accounted for within the same financial year and has requested that, as in previous years, certain special arrangements be made for this purpose. Accordingly, all agency banks should keep the counters of their designated branches conducting government banking open for government transactions up to 8.00 p.m. on March 31, 2018. All electronic transactions, including RTGS and NEFT, will continue till midnight on March 31, 2018. Banks may give adequate publicity to the special arrangements made.

Yours faithfully

(Partha Choudhuri)
General Manager

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