Saturday, August 24, 2013

Dental Clinics in CGHS Dispensaries

Dental Clinics in CGHS Dispensaries

The dental services in CGHS Delhi have been outsourced in 13 Wellness centres (5 under Central Zone and 8 under South Zone) for 22 dental procedures. The location wise details are at Annexure-A.

The details of payments made to the service provider in respect of these clinics from the starting of the services till July, 2013 are at Annexure-B.

No specific complaint has been reported about irregularities committed by the dental clinics in connivance of CGHS officials. However, deficiency in services has been reported from the beneficiaries. An Inspection Committee has been constituted for regular inspection of the dental units to ensure proper delivery of services as per the terms and conditions of the agreement.

This information was given by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare ShriGhulamNabi Azadin written reply to a question in the LokSabha yesterday.
ANNEXURE -A
Details of  CGHS Wellness Centers where the Dental Care Services have been  outsourced

Central Zone: New Delhi
S.No.Wellness Centers NameAddress
1Dr. Z.H. Road (D44)CGHS Building , Dr. Z.H. Road, New Delhi.
2Chitra Gupta Road (D51)CGHS Building, Near Aram Bagh. New Delhi.
3Aliganj, Lodi Road 1(D9)CGHS Building , Near Lodhi Road, New Delhi.
4Kali Bari (D76)CGHS Building, Kali Bari Marg, DIZ Area, New Delhi.
5CGHS Dispensary ChanakyapuriCGHS Dispensary Chanakyapuri. New Delhi.


South Zone : New Delhi

S.No.Wellness Centers NameAddress
1Sadiq Nagar (D63)CGHS Dispy., Behind Siri Fort Road, Near G.K.-I, New Delhi.
2SriniwasPuriCGHS own Building, Sriniwaspuri, New Delhi.
3PushpVihar (D78)A-B/125, 126, 127 – Sector-IV, PushpVihar, New Delhi.
4R.K. Puram-V (57)CGHS Dispensary Building, Sector-XII, R.K. Puram.
5MotiBagh (D16)CGHS own Building near Begum Zaidi Market, MotiBagh, New Delhi.
6Kidwai Nagar (D12)CGHS Own Building, 61-63, Kidwai Nagar.
7Kalkaji-I (D42)CGHS Maternity Centre &Dispy., Kalkaji.
8Faridabad (D70)CGHS Dispensary Building, NH-4, Faridabad.

ANNEXURE –B

Details of Expenditure on Outsourced Dental  Units in CGHS Delhi
(Figures in Rs)

Sr.NoMonthCentral ZoneSouth ZoneTotal
1Oct-11448956-448956
2Nov-11497881-497881
3Dec-114043711-4043711
4Jan-12---
5Feb-12---
6Mar-12176163-176163
7Apr-12117914225864243765566
8May-1213006909-13006909
9Jun-12130370552908706594575
10Jul-1248477019285302413300
11Aug-123552947744326910996216
12Sep-1226639519411973605148
13Oct-122425373-2425373
14Nov-123272900-3272900
15Dec-122359883-2359883
16Jan-13174047920751113815590
17Feb-1329846124906502789111
18Mar-1365191381436177120880909
19Apr-13258286025864245169284
20May-13557993332510848831017
21Jun-1326288541282363415452488
22Jul-134296128742015411716282

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Treatment from CGHS Empanelled Hospitals

Treatment from CGHS Empanelled Hospitals

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Treatment from CGHS Empanelled Hospitals

As per the existing guidelines, a CGHS beneficiary is required to obtain permission from his administrative Department / Office or CMO in charge (in case of pensioner beneficiary) to avail medical treatment in a CGHS empanelled private hospital. However, in case of emergency he can go to any hospital whether empanelled or not, to avail medical treatment. This provision is necessary to ensure proper medical treatment of a CGHS beneficiary in consultation with the Government specialists. This is also a measure of ‘checks and balances’ to ensure financial propriety and optimum utilization of public money.

This Ministry has been receiving representations from the individuals; Pensioners Associations etc. to allow the CGHS beneficiaries to take treatment from the CGHS empanelled private hospitals without obtaining the requisite permission. However, their requests have not been acceded to as the present referral system is considered necessary in the interest of the beneficiaries and it is also necessary as a check and balance measure to ensure financial propriety.

CGHS is already providing comprehensive and hassle free healthcare services to its beneficiaries through its large network of Wellness Centres and empanelled private hospitals and diagnostic /imaging centres. With a view to further simplify and liberalize the procedures in CGHS to make its services more hassle free, the requirement of mandatory permission for undertaking diagnostic tests and investigations has been done away with w.e.f. 1st January, 2013. In addition, ‘Continuous Empanelment Scheme’ has also been revived at all CGHS locations to empanel more number of eligible private hospitals to enhance accessibility and availability of medical services to the beneficiaries in a hassle free manner.

This information was given by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare ShriGhulamNabi Azadin written reply to a question in the LokSabha yesterday.

Source: http://90paisa.blogspot.in/2013/08/treatment-from-cghs-empanelled-hospitals.html

Service Provided by CGHS

Service Provided by CGHS

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Service Provided by CGHS

This below information was given by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare ShriGhulamNabi Azadin written reply to a question in the LokSabha yesterday.

This Ministry has been receiving complaints/grievances in respect of the following major aspects.
 1.Administrative:- Misbehavior by medical and paramedical staff, Shortage of staff,  Punctuality etc.

2. Technical:- Delay in settlement of medical reimbursement claims (MRCs),  Supply of substitute medicines instead of the prescribed by the Govt. specialists, Delay in supply of indented medicines, etc.

3. Related to empanelled hospitals: Denial of credit facility, Misbehavior of hospital doctors/staff, overcharging, etc.

4. Related to Internet accessibility: Disruption in services due to breakdown in internet connectivity,  etc.

To redress the grievances/complaints, the following steps have been taken:

Administrative :-Instructions have been issued to the doctors /para-medical staff working in CGHS to be polite and courteous in their behaviour with the patients. In specific cases transfers have also been made and disciplinary actions initiated. Contractual doctors are appointed to meet the requirement of Medical Officers. Regular inspections are carried out.

Technical:-The time limit for clearance of MRC bills has been fixed. CGHS doctors are advised to prescribe generic medicines to the maximum extent. The indented medicines are supplied through various local chemists to avoid the delay.

Related to empanelled hospitals: Penalty is imposed and suitable action is initiated against the erring empanelled private hospitals.

Related to Internet accessibility: -Medical Officers have been instructed not to stop to provide the consultation/treatment in case of failure of internet connection.

Apart from the above, SMS Alert system has been introduced aiming at bringing transparency in delivery of services as major initiative. Redressal Committees have also been formed by CGHS.

The allocation of financial resources is based on the evaluation of specific requirements/demands projected by the CGHS units and availability of resources.

This information was given by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare ShriGhulamNabi Azadin written reply to a question in the LokSabha yesterday.

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Dopt Orders - Disclosure of personal information under the RTI Act, 2005

Latest Dopt Orders - Disclosure of personal information under the RTI Act, 2005

No.11/2/2013-IR (Pt.)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
North Block, New Delhi,
Dated the 14th August 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Subject: Disclosure of personal information under the RTI Act, 2005.

The Central Information Commission in one of its decisions (copy enclosed) has held that information about the complaints made against an officer of the Government and any possible action the authorities might have taken on those complaints, qualities as personal information within the meaning of provision of section 8 (1) (j) of the RTI Act, 2005.

2. The Central Information Commission while deciding the said case has cited the decision of Supreme Court of India in the matter of Girish R. Deshpande vs. CIC and others (SLP (C) no. 27734/2012) in which it was held as under:-

“The performance of an employee/Officer in an organisation is primarily a matter between the employee and the employer and normally those aspects are governed by the service rules which fall under the expression personal information, the disclosure of which has no relationship to any public activity or public interest. On the other hand, the disclosure of which could cause unwarranted invasion of the privacy of that individual." The Supreme Court further held that such information could be disclosed only if it would serve a larger public interest.

3. This may be brought to the notice of all concerned.

End: As above.
sd/-
(Manoj Joshi)
Joint Secretary (AT&A)
Source: www.persmin.nic.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02rti/11_2_2013-IR-Pt.-14082013.pdf]

AIRF publishes outcome of meeting held with the Chairman, Railway Board

AIRF publishes outcome of meeting held with the Chairman, Railway Board
AIRF publishes outcome of meeting held with the Chairman, Railway Board on 23.08.2013 to discuss the grievances of the railwaymen…

All India Railwaymen's Federation

No.AIRF/24(C)
Dated: August 23, 2013
The General Secretaries,
All Affiliated Unions,
Dear Coms.,

Sub: Feedback on the meeting held with the Chairman, Railway Board on 23.08.2013 to discuss the grievances of the railwaymen

On being called by the Chairman, Railway Board, today, i.e. 23.08.2013, to discuss the grievances of the Railwaymen, Com. Umraomal Purohit, President AIRF, Com. Rakhal Das Gupta, Working President AIRF and myself, met the Chairman Railway Board, wherein Member Staff, Financial Commissioner, Adviser (Finance), ED(IR) and Director, Estt.(LR), Railway Board, were present. In the meeting, the following decisions were arrived :-

S.No.Demand of AIRFDecision Arrived in the Meeting
1.Benefit of Pay Fixation in case of status promotionMinistry of Finance has already cleared the file.
2.LARSGESS 
  • Regularization of railway accommodation in favour of wards of railway employees employed under LARSGESS.
  • Dispensation of PET and Written Test for the purpose of recruitment under LARSGESS. 
  • Implementation of LARSGESS in case of staff working in Electrical(Power), Bridge, TMC and TRD Departments.
  • The issues related to 2010 optees and those who have failed earlier in the PET/Written Test. 
  • Implementation of LARSGESS in case of staff working in GP Rs.1900.
  • 2nd chance for passing Psycho Test in case of ALP
  • Agreed to.
  • Orders have already been issued by the Railway Board.
  • Under process.
  • The matter is under examination and the same will be expedited.
  • The condition of Qualifying Service etc. shall be at par with those in GP Rs.1800, i.e. 20 years’ Qualifying Service and age between 55-57 years. Recruitment will be held at the Divisional level, except Loco Pilots. 
  • In case of recruitment of Asstt. Loco Pilot under LARSGESS, 2nd chance for passing Psycho Test will also be given.
3.Implementation of recommendations of the Cade Restructuring CommitteeThe matter will be sorted out shortly.
4.Implementation of unanimous recommendations of the Joint Committee constituted to study the Career Progression and Package for Trackmen.The matter will be discussed separately.
5.Upgradation of 15% apex level Group `C’ posts to Group `B’.The matter is under process.
6.Grievances of the Running Staff
  • One increment on status promotion. 
  • Other issues related to Running Staff, such as granting of Running Allowance w.e.f. 01.01.2006 duly improving ALK, reduction in Duty Hours, Provision of Additional Allowance to Running Staff working in Goods Trains and also to Traffic Running Staff working as Goods Guards and Passenger Guards. 
  • Improvement in the condition of Running Rooms etc.
  • Ministry of Finance has cleared the proposal of the Ministry of Railways for granting one increment on promotion.
  • The matter was discussed at length, and the Board had agreed for having serious discussion on the subject separately.
  • There will be a committee at the apex level also.
7.Merger of Technician Gr. II(GP Rs.2400) into Technician Gr. I (GP Rs.2800).Letter shall be sent from the MR to the concerned ministry and the MS will personally pursue the matter.
8.Absorption of quasi-administrative offices staff in the Railways.It was agreed that some solution will be found out.

It was also agreed that various other issues will be discussed after taking the views of the AIRF.

Comradely yours;
sd/-
(Shiv Gopal Mishra)
Source: AIRF

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