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Will Ayushman Bharat disrupt the health insurance market?

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daniel thorat
by daniel thorat on Aug 11, 2018 06:11 PM

If the friendly industrial giant is involved here somewhere, then one can do nothing about it. But, otherwise, the insurance companies can always make an outcry.

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Sunil Vaidya
by Sunil Vaidya on Aug 11, 2018 03:42 PM  | Hide replies

another colossal flop like all of his other schemes...fekuschemes of fekuperson

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Re: hi
by ASHOK UPADHYAYA on Aug 11, 2018 10:51 PM
Request your fellow brothers strictly not to avail benefits of the scheme to make the scheme flop....

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Re: Re: hi
by Gladyschellam on Aug 12, 2018 09:05 AM
Medical Insurance scheme is in vogue since 2006 in TN- introduced by Late Mr Karunanithi and fine tuned subsequently. Govt Hospitals and private hospitals are also being authorised. Based on the reports Govt hospitals seem to have utilising the benefits and some knowledgeable individuals who know the scheme utilising private hospitals too.

Unless it is popularised/educated and utilised Insurance companies enjoy its benefits. It will be beneficial to people where the states which have more hospitals in rural and semi urban area.area

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by manojcshah on Aug 10, 2018 08:07 PM  | Hide replies

One of the best schemes from the best PM this country has ever got

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daniel thorat
Re: Best
by daniel thorat on Aug 11, 2018 06:13 PM
Not the best or great or anything of the sort. He is no longer of choukidar, but a bhagidar. Dereliction of PM duties for serving only as an electioneering manager cannot make him a great PM. The all round other failures need not be spoken of again because they are far too many.

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