Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission – Health Facility Registry
Health Facility Registry is a comprehensive repository of health facilities of the country across modern and traditional systems of medicine. It includes both public and private health facilities including hospitals, clinics, diagnostic laboratories and imaging centers, pharmacies, etc.
Registration will enable health facilities to get connected to India’s digital health ecosystem and allow their listing on a national platform
Who can Register
• Hospital and Clinic • Diagnostic Laboratory • Imaging Centre • Pharmacy • Cathlab • Dialysis Center • Blood Bank • Modern Medicine ( Allopathy) • Unani • Dentistry • Siddha • Physiotherapy • Homeopathy • Ayurvedha • Sowa – Rigpa
Benefits of Registration
Unique & Trustable Identity – Facility ID for identification of health facilities across the ABDM ecosystem Ease of doing business – Digitisation of services Online Presence & Discoverability – Listing of health facilities on a national platform Unified Digital Services – Access to telemedicine, digital health records and HMIS solutions
• Sign Up as a Facility Manager – Create your Facility Manager ID i.e your Healthcare Professional ID linked to Aadhaar (Your aadhaar must be lined to your mobile number to create your Health ID) • Select type of facility to view Registration process – Government / Private / PPP • Search your Healthcare facility • Fill Registration Form – Enter Facility details, services offered and infrastructure details • Review and Submit Form for verification • Verification by District Verifier
DRAFT OF NEW DRUGS, MEDICAL DEVICES AND COSMETICS BILL 2022
The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 is a pre-independence legislation enacted by the Central Legislative Assembly. Review of obsolete laws and updating of the existing laws is a continuing process to accommodate changed requirements and adaptation of new technology.
The Government has time and again emphasized the need to review obsolete laws and to periodically repeal and amend laws, for which Bill are being brought before the Parliament.
The work of review and updating of Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945 was vigorously taken up from the year 2016.
In light of recommendations of the Central Government and the felt need to have comprehensive legislation, a committee was constituted for framing the New Drugs, Cosmetics and Medical Devices Bill. As per recommendations of the Committee. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India proposes a draft New Drugs, Medical Devices and Cosmetics Bill, 2022 in order to keep pace with changing needs, times, technology. In this regard, a draft bill has been prepared, a copy of which is enclosed.
It has been decided to solicit suggestions/comments/objections from the public/ stakeholders with regard to the said draft Bill.
The suggestions/comments/objections may be forwarded within 45 days from the date of issue of this Notice by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Under Secretary (Drugs Regulation), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Room No. 434, C Wing, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi – 110011.
The suggestions/comments/objections received on the above email/address within the period of 45 days from the date of issue of the Notice, shall be taken into consideration for finalization of the notification.