NABH Accreditation Not Must Under New Arogya Sanjeevani Policy - homeopathy360

NABH Accreditation Not Must Under New Arogya Sanjeevani Policy

The new guidelines issued by the IRDAI for an AYUSH hospital says, “AYUSH hospital is a health-care facility wherein medical, surgical, or para-surgical treatment procedures and interventions are carried out by AYUSH medical practitioners”.
the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has  recently announced Arogya Sanjeevani, the standard health insurance policy which states that the earlier provision that National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare providers (NABH) approval is a must for getting health insurance benefits from hospitals in the Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) sectors.
The Central or State government AYUSH hospitals or teaching hospitals attached to AYUSH colleges recognised by the Central government, Central Council of Indian Medicine or Central Council of Homeopathy are included under the category of Standalone hospitals.
The criteria is as follows:
The AYUSH hospital should have at least five inpatient beds to get the health insurance benefits. It should be supervised round the clock by an AYUSH medical practitioner. The hospital should have dedicated therapy sections under medical rules and a well-equipped operation theatre.

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