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In the month of April (1997), “DGEHS or Delhi Government Employees Health
Scheme”, was formally announced and launched.
DGEHS aims to provide a complete set of medical facilities to the “employees of Delhi government, pensioners and their dependents”. DGEHS scheme was developed based on the base pattern of CGHS. Healthcare facilities such as hospitals and dispensaries”, which are managed and run by the Delhi government are recognized under the scheme. Other self-governing bodies and local bodies such as MCD, NDMC, AIIMS, Patel Chest Institute (University of Delhi), Delhi Cantonment Board are also recognized under the scheme. There has also been empanelment of some private hospitals/diagnostic centers under the DGEHS scheme. These private hospitals or diagnostic centers are also impaneled as “Referral health facilities”.
In order to join DGEHS empanelment Scheme, an employee or pensioner must first complete an application form that is available on the DGEHS website. as well as releases Medical Index forms The applicant will then get Medical Index forms, which must be completed by the applicant.
Then, in accordance with the scheme's requirements, the application pensioner must provide the necessary current subscription and relevant empanelment documentation.
The DGEHS Department would then send clarification emails to verify all the facts according to the applicant's CS(MA) rules and service record.
Hospital inspections may also be conducted as needed.
The department may make sure that prior to releasing medical cards, all information has been reviewed and validated in accordance with the regulations and may request final empanelment confirmation from DGEHS.
The Medical Facility Card will be granted by the appropriate office following verification of the records, as necessary, and the deposit of the required amount to that employee while in service. The Medical Facility Card must be returned at the time of retirement.
Expert consultations at government hospitals or polyclinics.
Medical examinations performed in government or DGEHS approved diagnostic facilities.
Cashless services at diagnostic facilities and hospitals with accreditation.
Outpatient care (OPD), including prescription costs.
Nowadays, more than 50% of patients from middle-class or upper-class families fall under one of the panels. As a result, getting panels is now required or you risk losing a lot of potential prospects.
DGEHS is one of the best panels to have in order to obtain such empanelment’s, which increases patients' trust in your hospital or clinic. Also, you get to expand your clinic or hospital.
If you want your hospital to get empanelled under the DGEHS scheme, then “legalraasta” is ready to help you along the entire process. Our team of experts will coordinate with all the concerned departments and make sure that your healthcare facility receives the stamp of “DGEHS empanelment”, in a completely hassle-free manner. Our dedicated team will work around the clock and you can be assured about not having to worry about anything. We also provide other kinds of legal services, which you can see on the homepage of our website.
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