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Digital health mission not a click away, infra and privacy issues remain

Lack of clarity on data-sharing persists, Public health experts sceptic about the pilot that was run in six Union territories as benchmark for national roll-out

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health | Digital health data | Ayushman Bharat

Ruchika Chitravanshi & Sohini Das  |  New Delhi/Mumbai 

Ayushman Bharat, Doctor
While private hospitals are yet to on-board, they are also not clear how the system will work and whether they will have to make additional investment

India’s Digital Mission (ABDM) is an idea whose time has come, but the road ahead looks thorny. The initiative has the potential to, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi put it, “bring revolutionary changes in India’s facilities”.

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First Published: Sun, October 03 2021. 19:34 IST
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