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Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission


Developing the backbone necessary to support the integrated digital health infrastructure for India.

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission, launched on September 27, 2021, aims to enhance the accessibility and equity of health services. Leveraging IT and associated technologies, the mission adopts a citizen-centric approach to strengthen existing health systems.

The vision is to establish a digital health ecosystem for the nation, promoting universal health coverage that is efficient, accessible, inclusive, affordable, timely, and safe. This initiative is anticipated to enhance the efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency of health services, providing individuals the choice to access both public and private healthcare. Healthcare professionals will benefit from improved access to patients' medical history, contributing to better overall healthcare.

Establishing a Unified Digital HealthTech Framework for India.


The Universal Health ID (UHID) uniquely identifies individuals, enabling authenticated access to their health records across multiple healthcare systems and stakeholders with informed consent.

Health ID

Healthcare Facility Registry (HFR), is a comprehensive repository encompassing both private and public health facilities, including clinics, hospitals, laboratories, and pharmacies forming in Healthcare Ecosystem.

Healthcare Facility Registry

Healthcare Professionals Registry (HPR), is a comprehensive repository encompassing both private and public health facilities, including clinics, hospitals, laboratories, and pharmacies forming in Healthcare Ecosystem.

Health Professional Registry

The Personal Health Record-System (PHR) is an electronic medical record adhering to curate a comprehensive health record, incorporating data from various sources, including lab reports, treatment details, and discharge summaries across multiple health facilities.

Health Records
Secured Access to Medical Records

Patients can securely store, access, and share their medical records with healthcare providers, ensuring proper treatment and follow-up. This initiative provides individuals with accurate information about both private and public health facilities and service providers. Additionally, patients can remotely access health services through tele-consultation and e-pharmacy.

Safe Access to Medical History

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) aims to improve access to patients' medical history, enabling healthcare professionals to offer more effective solutions. Additionally, the mission will digitize the claims process, leading to quicker reimbursements.

Enhanced Data Access for Informed decisions

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) facilitates improved access to data, empowering policymakers with informed decision-making capabilities. Enhanced quality and accessibility of macro and micro-level data support advanced analytics, health-biomarker utilization, and more effective preventive healthcare.

Empowering Progress through Informed Collaboration

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) enables the establishment of a comprehensive feedback loop involving researchers, policymakers, and healthcare providers. Researchers can utilize aggregated information to analyze the effectiveness of different programs and interventions.

ABHA - Ayushman Bharat Health Account or Health ID Card Approved by NDHM.GOV.IN

Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) or Health ID is an initiative of the Indian government under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) for Indian citizens to establish a centralised database of all their health-related data.

It is crucial to remember that

  • The health records associated with Health IDs or ABHA numbers can only be accessed with the informed consent of the individual.
  • People have the option to create an alias, referred to as an "ABHA address" (similar to the email ID xyz@ndhm with a password).

Highly secure & private, data sharing happens only with the user’s consent

About Digital Health Incentive Scheme

The National Health Authority (NHA) is implementing Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) to create a digital health eco system for the country. ABDM intends to support different healthcare facilities like clinics, diagnostic centers, hospitals, laboratories and pharmacies in adopting the ABDM ecosystem to make available the benefits of digital health for all the citizens of India.

Although there has been unprecedented growth in digital health records over the past few months, there is huge potential for further growth as healthcare continues to be offered non digitally on a significant scale. To give further boost to digital health transactions in the country, it has been decided by the NHA to incentivize the stakeholders of the digital health ecosystem. This initiative would also provide the right encouragement to majority of healthcare providers for adopting digital health and also to the providers of digital health solutions such as Hospital/Health Management Information System (HMIS) and Laboratory Management Information System (LMIS) to make available the right software at an affordable cost.

NHA has launched DHIS for digitization of patient's health records. DHIS is effective from 1st January 2023. NHA has come up with some relaxations like reduced transaction limits in the existing scheme with effective from 1st April 2023.

The policy of the Digital Health Incentive Scheme #DHIS of #ABDM has been revised, and now all health facilities registered with #HFR and DSCs can earn an #Incentive of up to ₹4 Crore.

Benefits of Digital Health Incentive Scheme

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Earn incentives for Digitization

Reimburse the expenses incurred for digitization to all the participating healthcare facilities, Digital Solution Companies

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Efficiency in Healthcare Delivery

Seamless access to patient's longitudinal health records; Removes hassles in the healthcare process (registration, appointment, consultation, IPD admission, discharge, etc)

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Building a Robust Digital Health Ecosystem

Building a robust digital health ecosystem across different levels of healthcare facilities

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Improved Quality of Care

Evidence based, accessible, and good quality care. Patient's ease of access to digitized health records and improved healthcare delivery.

Who all are eligible?

All Health facilities like Clinics, Nursing Homes & Hospitals.

Laboratory/Radiology diagnostics Centers and Pharmacies.

Entities providing ABDM enabled digital solutions (Digital Solution Companies).

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Benefits will be provided to the health facilities only for transactions done by them above the base level of transactions (i.e. only the transactions above the threshold).

Type of entity Base level criteria Incentives
Hospitals/Clinics/Nursing homes 100 transactions per month Rs 20 per additional transaction above the base level
Diagnostic Facilities/Labs/Pharmacies 100 transactions per month Rs 20 per additional transaction above the base level
Digital Solution Companies For hospitals/labs/clinics/
nursing homes/
pharmacies using their software
100 transactions per month per facility

Minimum 10 associated facilities
Rs 5 per additional transaction above the base level
For health locker/teleconsultation transactions 500 transactions per month per facility Rs 5 per additional transaction above the base level
Insurance Provider For every insurance claim transaction linked with ABHA address filled by hospital though Health Claim Exchange Rs 500 per claim or 10 % of the claim amount, which ever is lower