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KEY BENEFITS OF THE MISSION
A cover of Rs. 5 Lakhs per family per year for secondary and tertiary care
There is no restriction on family size, age or gender
All members of eligible families as present in SECC database are automatically covered
No money needs to be paid by the family for treatment in case of hospitalization
All pre-existing conditions are covered from day one of the policy. The benefit cover will include pre & post hospitalization
You can go to public or empanelled private hospitals across the country and get free treatment
You need to carry any prescribed ID to receive treatment at the hospital

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Punjab

Scheme:
Bhagat Puran Singh Sehat Bima Yojana (BPSSBY),
&
Bhai Ghanhya Sehat Sewa Scheme (BGSSS)

Year of Launch:
2015

Target Population:
BPL & other poor families identified by the State (BPSSBY),
Cooperative members (BGSSS)

Odisha

Scheme:
Biju Krushak Kalyan Yojana

Year of Launch:
2013

Target Population:
All farmer families of the State (60 lakhs families)

Number of Families Covered (2017-18):
57.61 lakh families

URL:
http://bkky.gov.in

Mizoram

Scheme:
Mizoram State Health Care Scheme

Year of Launch:
2008

Target Population:
General Population not eligible for Medical Reimbursement under State/ Central Government employee schemes

Number of Families Covered (2017-18):
1.4 lakh families

Meghalaya

Scheme:
Megha Health Insurance Scheme

Year of Launch:
2012

Target Population:
All the citizens of the state of Meghalaya are entitled excluding State and Central Government employees.

Number of Families Covered (2017-18):
4.4 lakh families

Maharashtra

Scheme:
Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Arogya Yojana

Year of Launch:
2012

Target Population:
BPL families + APL families (income up to one Lakh)

Number of Families Covered (2017-18):
2.28 crore families

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