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COVID-19 Treatment under Ayushman Bharat Yojana

India PIB

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Posted On: 23 SEP 2020 6:55PM by PIB Delhi

Under Ayushman Bharat -Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB PMJAY), as of 21.09.2020, over 1.26 Crore hospital admission have been authorised since its inception. Out of these 5.13 lakh hospital admissions have been authorized towards testing and treatment of COVID-19.

State/UT wise details of the non-COVID hospital admissions are provided at Annexure -I.

The funds under AB-PMJAY are allocated on PAN India basis and are released to the State/UT based on the receipt of proposal after due compliance and furnishing of requisite information.

The budget allocated for implementation of AB-PMJAY for the financial years 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21 has been Rs. 2400 Crore, Rs. 6400 Crore and Rs. 6400 Crore respectively.

From the launch of AB-PMJAY till 21.09.2020, a total of Rs. 5474 Crore have been disbursed to States/UTs for implementation of scheme. State/UT wise details are at the Annexure -II.

Annexure – I

State/UT wise details of total non-COVID hospital admissions under AB PMJAY since inception of the scheme as on 21.09.2020
Sl No. State/UT Total non-COVID Hospital Admissions
1 Andaman And Nicobar Islands 188
2 Andhra Pradesh 881589
3 Arunachal Pradesh 1770
4 Assam 150620
5 Bihar 208526
6 Chandigarh 6031
7 Chhattisgarh 1070496
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
and Daman & Diu
53495
9 Goa 10138
10 Gujarat 1937679
11 Haryana 164338
12 Himachal Pradesh 71189
13 Jammu And Kashmir 89756
14 Ladakh 797
15 Jharkhand 632683
16 Karnataka 849384
17 Kerala 1375387
18 Lakshadweep 1
19 Madhya Pradesh 446005
20 Maharashtra 285239
21 Manipur 21567
22 Meghalaya 177582
23 Mizoram 44374
24 Nagaland 15041
25 Puducherry 2998
26 Punjab 400562
27 Rajasthan 982395
28 Sikkim 2143
29 Tamil Nadu 1444635
30 Tripura 72164
31 Uttar Pradesh 456537
32 Uttarakhand 214196

 

Annexure – II

State/UT details of total funds disbursed under AB-PMJAY since inception of the scheme as on 21.09.2020
Sr. No. States/UTs 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21
Total Amount
Disbursed (in Rs. Crore)
Total Amount
Disbursed (in Rs. Crore)
Total Amount
Disbursed (in Rs. Crore)
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 0.15 0.41 0.00
2 Andhra Pradesh 182.85 374.07 0.00
3 Arunachal Pradesh 2.31 0.00 0.11
4 Assam 21.08 133.23 0.75
5 Bihar 88.27 82.49 0.00
6 Chandigarh 0.68 3.82 0.00
7 Chhattisgarh 217.43 280.37 0.00
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 3.25 2.02 1.48
9 Daman and Diu 1.02 0.00 1.07
10 Goa 0.64 0.06 0.27
11 Gujarat 77.50 212.33 0.00
12 Haryana 26.81 58.69 40.21
13 Himachal Pradesh 17.18 19.12 20.16
14 Jammu and Kashmir 20.64 33.44 22.70
15 Jharkhand 170.17 126.50 0.00
16 Karnataka 159.31 254.13 0.00
17 Kerala 25.00 97.56 93.90
18 Lakshadweep 0.00 0.00 0.00
19 Madhya Pradesh 72.57 118.46 0.00
20 Maharashtra 266.32 241.88 200.52
21 Manipur 7.18 17.10 0.00
22 Meghalaya 15.57 18.07 14.78
23 Mizoram 17.48 12.41 9.82
24 Nagaland 4.72 10.89 2.13
25 Puducherry 1.52 0.00 0.00
26 Punjab* 2.24 55.55 41.53
27 Rajasthan** 0.00 200.07 6.60
28 Sikkim 1.03 0.00 0.43
29 Tamil Nadu 304.98 441.86 0.00
30 Tripura 12.81 20.18 5.70
31 Uttar Pradesh 85.01 147.49 150.00
32 Uttarakhand 12.54 30.73 18.84
33 West Bengal 31.28 0.00 0.00
Total   1849.55 2992.94 631.02

 

* AB PM-JAY implementation in Punjab started on 20.08.2019

** AB PM-JAY implementation in Rajasthan started on 01.09.2019

- Total amount sanctioned to the States/UTs is as follows:

Rs. 1849.5 Crores for fiscal year 2018-19
Rs. 2992.9 Crores for fiscal year 2019-20
Rs. 631.0 Crores for fiscal year 2020-21 (ongoing)

Funds are allocated to PM-JAY which are disbursed among States/UTs based on the amount incurred towards treatment of beneficiaries in the respective States/UTs

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha here today.

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MV/SJ

HFW /23September2020

(Release ID: 1658281)



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