Rajasthan Parsadi Lal Meena Said Action Will Be Taken Against Those Who Take Advance Money In Chiranjeevi Yojana Ann | Rajasthan: ‘Health services are free, if someone takes money then it is not good’
Rajasthan News: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is constantly taking feedback...
Rajasthan News: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is constantly taking feedback from ministers and officials for the prevention of rising corona virus diseases in Rajasthan After receiving several complaints about not being given benefits under Chiranjeevi Yojana to the general public, now Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena Action seen in
Necessary instructions have been given in the meeting organized for the prevention of seasonal diseases through VC at Swasthya Bhawan, review of the progress of Kovid, National Health Mission and Chief Minister’s Free Nirogi Rajasthan Scheme. He said that ASHA, ANM and other field staff should do door-to-door sampling and take blood samples and report correctly. He said that do not hide any positive report. The Medical Department is fully committed to fight every disease and to keep the people of the state healthy.
Action will be taken against those who take advance
Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana is a completely cashless scheme, but some hospitals are receiving complaints from patients about depositing advance amount before treatment. He directed the Chief Executive Officer Aruna Rajoria that there is a provision to provide completely free treatment to the general public in the scheme, if any hospital takes advance amount, then strict action should be taken against it.
‘Do regular sampling of mid-day meals’
The Health Minister said that keeping in mind the weather, sampling of food items should be done on a large scale so that incidents like food poisoning do not happen. He directed all the Chief Medical and Health Officers to get the mid-day-meal food grains and spices given in the schools run in each block, and get it tested once in a month after necessary sampling.
‘Action will be taken against those who take money’
If money is taken from the pocket of the patient for free examination and medicine, then the result will be related, he said that in the implementation of the budget announcement of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, all types of tests, medicines and treatment are completely free for all the people of the state. If a resident of the state had to spend money out of pocket for investigation and medicine, then strict action will be taken against the in-charge/convict of the medical institution concerned.
‘Open 24 hours medicine center’
Minister Parsadi Lal Meena expressed displeasure over the fact that in many places the drug distribution centers are closed after 2 pm and the patient has to buy medicine from outside. Giving strict instructions, he said that all drug distribution centers should operate 24X7. He said that such serious negligence is not tolerable when there are arrangements of extensive staff for medical institutions.
‘Don’t have to bite’
Government Secretary Medical Education Vaibhav Galaria said that all medicines are available in hospitals and medical colleges. They should be stored in one place. It should be ensured that the patient or his family does not have to go to different counters for medicines. He directed all the medical college principals and in-charges of medical institutions to review the drug distribution system and provide medicines to the patients at one place.
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