The flagship National Health Protection Scheme, also being popularized as ‘ModiCare’, is intended to reach out to over 100 crore poor families in India, with each family likely to get a health insurance of up to 5 lakhs.
It could probably be the best news for the country where millions of people still have no access to even the basic healthcare facilities. In the budget 2018, the honourable finance minister has also announced the set-ups of 1.5 lakh health centers as well as 24 medical colleges and hospitals in a bid to take healthcare closer to the underprivileged.
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