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Guidelines on Referral System in CGHS

The referral system in CGHS is based on the following set of guidelines-


Treatment at CGHS empanelled hospitals

I.                   Treatment under medical emergency:  

No referral is required and beneficiary can directly go to any private empanelled hospital for availing treatment. 

II.               Elective treatment at Empanelled  hospitals in Delhi/NCR : 

-         CGHS/Government Specialist advises specific treatment procedure required. Permission letter has to be obtained from CGHS Wellness centre /Addl. Director of CGHS in case of pensioners, ex-MPs, etc., and from the department in case of serving employees for undergoing the treatment at any of the CGHS empanelled   hospitals of his /her choice. 

-         In satellite towns of NCR, viz., Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon and Noida, CMO i/c of CGHS Wellness centres can refer the CGHS beneficiaries directly to private empanelled hospitals for treatment and management. In such cases permission for specific treatment procedure is to be obtained from competent authority i.e., from CGHS in case of pensioners, etc., and from the department in case of serving employees. 

III.            Treatment at Empanelled hospitals in other CGHS covered cities outside Delhi/NCR :

-         CGHS beneficiaries must compulsorily be referred to Polyclinics wherever set up by the CGHS.  On the advice/opinion of the Specialists/ Post graduate GDMOs, CMO In-charge, AD/ JDs may refer CGHS beneficiary to private empanelled hospitals of the choice of the beneficiary. 

-         In those cities which do not have polyclinics and if GDMOs who are post Graduate are available, their services as specialist may be utilized and patients may be referred to the dispensary in which such PG. GDMOs are posted or if space is available in a centrally located dispensary, the PG GDMOs may be posted there.


-         In the event of neither a specialist nor PG GDMO is available in a city CMO In-charge shall make a provisional diagnosis and refer the patients to private empanelled hospital for specialist consultation. If any specific treatment/ procedure is advised (except in emergency) by private empanelled hospital, It must be counter-signed by CMO I/c before the services are availed to check possible misuse. 

The processes of referral through Government/ CGHS specialists provide a check and balance in the system, so far as correct diagnosis and treatment is concerned.

The MoS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Shri Shripad Yesso Naiks tated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha here today.

Source : PIB

ECHS MEDICAL TREATMENT PROCESS

Latest Finmin Orders Jan 2015 : Foreign Tours, Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG and Sukanya Samridhhi Account

Latest Finmin Orders Jan 2015 – Foreign tours, Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG and Sukanya Samridhhi Account

The Finance Ministry has issued some important orders today on its portal, the same is reproduced and given below for your kind information…

1. Foreign tours/travels as part of Training Programmes — approval of Screening Committee of Secretaries (SCOS).

2. Direct Benefit Transfer / Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG (DBTL) — payment of Commission to Banks.

3. Launch of scheme for Girl Child named “Sukanya Samridhhi Account’ by Hon’ble Prime Minister


Foreign tours/travels as part of Training Programmes — approval of Screening Committee of Secretaries (SCOS).

No. 7(1)IE.Coord/2014
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
North Block, New Delhi
25th November 2014
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Foreign tours/travels as part of Training Programmes — approval of Screening Committee of Secretaries (SCOS).

Instructions have been issued by this Department from time to time on the need to curtail expenditure on foreign travel. In recent months it has been observed that Ministries/Departments have been proposing Foreign Study Tours (FSTs) of large delegations of officers as a part of training programmes. In keeping with the Government’s drive on economy and rationalization of expenditure and to have an objective assessment of such FSTs, it has been decided that prior approval of the Screening Committee of Secretaries would be required for all FSTs of delegations exceeding 5 members (irrespective of level/rank of officers), where Government of India is funding such tours and which are part of career training programme(s)
or stand alone tours or otherwise.

2. This has the approval of Cabinet Secretary.

sd/-
(N. Radhakrishnan)
Director(E.Coord)

Direct Benefit Transfer / Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG (DBTL) — payment of Commission to Banks

F.No.32 (07)/PF-II/2011(VoI.II)
Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
(PF-II Division)
North Block, New Delhi
Dated: the 16th of January, 2015
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Direct Benefit Transfer / Direct Benefit Transfer of LPG (DBTL) — payment of Commission to Banks.

The issues relating to the payment of appropriate commission with respect to payments made under the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT)/Direct Benefit Transfer in LPG (DBTL) schemes of the Government have been under active consideration of the Government for some time. The matter has been examined in detail, and in supersession of earlier OMs issued in this regard, it has been decided that:

(i) For urban based DBT schemes like DBTL, the transaction cost may be paid at the NEFT rate as per the extant RBI circular or the APB rate as per the extant NPCI circular (as applicable). The ‘on us and “off-us distinction, wherever it exists, should be maintained on the basis of actuals.

(ii) For rural based DBT schemes like pensions, NREGA, pre-matric scholarship, maternity benefits etc. where a large number of transactions are likely to be through the Banking Correspondents, the transaction charges may be paid @ 1% subject to an upper limit of Rs.10 per transaction, in addition to what is required to be paid vide (I) above.

(iii) The transaction cost may be paid at the time of credit of benefit transfer into the accounts of beneficiaries from the same budget line from which the respective scheme funds / benefits are being transferred.

(iv) This OM will come into immediate effect and may be reviewed from time to time.

2. This issues with the approval of the Finance Minister.

sd/-
(Chittaranj Dash)
Director (PF. II)



Launch of scheme for Girl Child named “Sukanya Samridhhi Account’ by Hon’ble Prime Minister — rate of interest reg.

IMMEDIATE
F. No.2/3/2014.NS-II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Departnìent of Economic Affairs
236, North Block, New Delhi-110001
Dated the 20th January, 2015
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Launch of scheme for Girl Child named “Sukanya Samridhhi Account’ by Hon’ble Prime Minister — rate of interest reg.

In compliance of announcement by Finance Minister in his Budget Speech 2014-15 the Government of India has introduced a new scheme named “Sukanya Samriddhi Account” vide Notification No.GSR No.863 (E) dated 2nd December, 2014. It has been decided to allow 9.1% rate of interest on investments in the scheme during the financial year 2014-15.

This has the approval of Union Finance Minister.

sd/-
Under Secretary to the Govt of India

Source document from www.finmin.nic.in

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Discontinuation of Surface Mail to Oman Post

This is regarding discontinuation of Surface Mail to Oman. Oman Post has conveyed that due to closure of Sultan Qabobs Port, they would not be accepting Surface Mail from 01st January,2015 onward. In this regard, it is requested to kindly direct all post offices concerned to not book any Surface Mail for Oman from 1st January, 2015.

Opening of Account and subsequent Deposit in Sukanya Samriddhi Account

Subject: Opening of Account and subsequent Deposit in Sukanya Samriddhi Account

Dear all

Please refer to the SB order No.2/2015 sent yesterday on the subject. Sanchay Post Patch has been uploaded in SDC Chennai web site for operating this scheme. Development of full fledged SSA product in Finacle is under progress and is likely to be deployed sometime in February 2015. To allow account opening and acceptance of subsequent deposit in SSA, an interim process (work around) has been developed in Finacle . A document regarding how to open account, accept subsequent deposit and what validations a user and Supervisor has to manage manually is enclosed. Till a full fledged product is deployed, all necessary validations mentioned in the notification and SB Order are to be ensured by Users and Supervisors.

Please circulate this to all CBS Post Offices. Finacle will not print any report till new product is fully developed. By that time, LOT and Consolidation has to be prepared manually and amount under SSA has to be entered in SB Cash as well as Cash Book.


            Regards,

(Kawal Jit Singh)
Assistant Director (SB-II)
Postal Directorate
New Delhi
Contact No. 011-23036224, 011-23096108
Mob:- 09899998054

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