Ranking of the countries as per their healthcare system
On Sunday, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi launched Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Abhiyaan which is also known as Aayushmaan Bharat, the National Health Protection Mission. The prime minister said that this is the world’s largest health scheme ever launched by the government; the population, that equals to the 28-European countries, would be served.
In this health insurance scheme governed by the government of India, the family would be benefited with 5 Lakh yearly in any government as well as private hospitals in India. This scheme is regulated for the poor and economically deprived country people of India where around fifty Crore citizen of India would get the benefit of that scheme along with the 10.74 Crore beneficiary.
During the “The Day” of launching of this health scheme prime minister said that, for the amelioration of healthcare industry the government has taken a positive stride and also it laid on preventive healthcare.
He also added that the number of Aayushman Bharat scheme beneficiary is equal to the population of Mexico, Canada and United States when they put together.
Ranking of Healthcare system countrywise
In a recent report, that was generated by a publication from Commonwealth Fund, the healthcare system and their ranking depending upon the benefits they include, how many number of beneficiaries got positively affected and the output was revealed, that stunned everyone.
In the ranking, United States was at the last out of the eleven respective countries, it failed to achieve its goal, of the best healthcare system, results like it did same in the year 2007, 2006, and 2014.
In the year 2017, another report came out, and in it, the rank of the US’s healthcare system was the same.
But with the ranking report, that was published by the World Health Organization, called World’s 100 best health systems, an astonishing output came. According to that report, France ranked number one, Italy was at number two, and shockingly United Kingdom was at 18 and USA ranked at 37 respectively.
After the successful launch of Aayushman Bharat, all the political personnel posted their views via twitter:
India rolls out the world’s biggest healthcare program. ‘Modicare’ is set to serve 500million people. But will the scheme work? @SalmanNizami_ thinks it’s a joke. #AJNewsGrid pic.twitter.com/zNJEfzoWCq
— Leah Harding (@LeahHardingAJE) September 23, 2018
Historical Day for #India First ever mega #Healthcare scheme being launched by @narendramodi to benefit millions. #PMJAY #PMJAYlaunch @JPNadda @AshwiniKChoubey @NITIAayog @drdineshias @IasAlok @NitishKumar @dasraghubar @SushilModi @mangalpandeybjp #GhaHealth #NDTV @MoHFW_INDIA https://t.co/vk6wDeXNfx
— Dr Rajay Narain (@RajayNarain) September 23, 2018
#PMJAY is the world’s largest government sponsored healthcare scheme covering a population size equal to population of US, Canada & Mexico.Benefits shall be available to 50 Cr Indians in a purely cashless, paperless,portable & backed by a world class IT infrastructure.@PMOIndia
— Amitabh Kant (@amitabhk87) September 23, 2018
Leading #AyushmanBharat launch from Nawada.
History is created with the launch of World’s biggest health care scheme.
This will help 1.8lakh family/5.85cr individuals in Bihar and 10cr family/50cr individuals in India . pic.twitter.com/JrkXHyhWWW
— Giriraj Singh (@girirajsinghbjp) September 23, 2018
With more than 50 crore beneficiaries, this is the world’s largest government funded healthcare scheme. pic.twitter.com/N6mIkXCdQm
— Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) September 23, 2018
Historic for India #AyushmanBharat launched by @PMOIndia @narendramodi. An ambitious healthcare scheme to benefit the poor & the economically weak. To include ten crore families, upto ₹ 5 lakh, paperless, cashless cover over one thousand medical & surgical treatments. #PMJAY
— Nirmala Sitharaman (@nsitharaman) September 23, 2018
With #AyushmanBharat, PM @NarendraModi has taken the historic step towards providing quality and affordable health care to the poor and backward. It is the world’s largest universal health coverage scheme benefitting more than 50 crore people. pic.twitter.com/WFAUs27YmA
— Piyush Goyal Office (@PiyushGoyalOffc) September 23, 2018
PM Modi inaugurates world’s largest Healthcare scheme Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, which will provide health insurance cover of upto Rs. 5 lakh/family/year to more than 10 Crore families.. I attended the function in the clean city of Indore..#AyushmanBharat pic.twitter.com/J8koVBVzLd
— M.J. Akbar (@mjakbar) September 23, 2018
— Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) September 23, 2018
Arunachal launched its own #healthcare scheme today – Chief Minister Aarogya Arunachal Yojana (https://t.co/8jUI3J79fq ) to be dovetailed with #AyushmanBharat scheme that will cover those left out in the central scheme. 14,000 beneficiaries have already enrolled with the scheme. pic.twitter.com/YKfEsGimDJ
— Pema Khandu (@PemaKhanduBJP) September 23, 2018
Launch of world’s largest healthcare initiative ‘Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana’ by PM @narendramodi is a historic moment for the country. Scheme providing quality & affordable healthcare to 10 crore families will give fillip to the cause of ‘Healthy India’. #AyushmanBharat pic.twitter.com/8zT4urDwSL
— Smriti Z Irani (@smritiirani) September 23, 2018