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National Health Authority invites comments on the Operation of ‘UHI’ in India.

A consultation paper on ‘Operationalising Unified Health Interface (UHI) in India’ that outlines the market rules governing the UHI Network has been released by the National Health Authority (NHA).

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) envisions UHI as a foundational layer to enable interoperability in health services through open protocols in India.

The focus of the Consultation Paper is on the different elements of UHI and the market rules that will govern them. More includes guidelines that will govern the way search & discovery will take place in a fair and transparent manner, payment & settlement processes, rules around cancellation & rescheduling, grievance redressal mechanisms, and more.

Stakeholder feedback is sought in each section through specific open questions. Public comments are invited to ensure that the UHI Network is designed and operated in a collaborative and consultative manner.

“Unified Health Interface will enable practice of health services in India,” said Dr. R. S. Sharma, CEO of the National Health Authority, while speaking about the importance of this consultation paper.

It is important to operationalize different elements in a fair, efficient, and transparent manner so that several stakeholders can develop UHI.

We would appreciate if the stakeholders would share their valued comments in order to help shape India’s digital healthcare ecosystem. Stakeholder participation can help avoid roadblocks in implementation and make adoption faster and easier.

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