Odisha Govt To Spend Rs 70cr Monthly To Provide Cashless Health Service

Since 2019-20, the budget estimate for healthcare has nearly doubled to more than Rs 12,000 crore

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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said on Friday that his government spends Rs 70 crore per month on cashless health care for over 70,000 patients.

 

Speaking at a virtual orientation programme for the newly hired 203 assistant professors in the Health Department, Patnaik stated that the state government is committed to providing universal access to quality health care services while reducing people’s out-of-pocket expenses.

 

 

Since 2019-20, the budget estimate for healthcare has nearly doubled to more than Rs 12,000 crore se

. He stated that it is more than 6% of the State Plan.

 

“We have always believed strongly in ‘Sustha Odisha, Sukhi Odisha,'” the Chief Minister added (healthy Odisha, happy Odisha). Every life is important to us. It has been the guiding principle of our administration in providing health-care services to the people of Odisha.”

 

In your case, there is no greater reward than seeing a mother’s face light up when her sick child is cured. “This is the true joy of your job,” he added.

 

The CM also stated that recruiting such a large number of assistant professors at once will boost health education and improve healthcare services, bringing people satisfaction.

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