Now all payments will be online in Delhi’s AIIMS, these special facilities will be available

From April 1, 2023, all payments will be digital in Delhi AIIMS. Both UPI (Unified Payment Interface) and cards will be available.

If you get your treatment done in the country’s largest hospital AIIMS and you run out of cash then you do not need to take tension. Because now all the payments in AIIMS Hospital are going to be digital. From April 1, everyone here will be able to use digital mode to make payments. From April 1, 2023, all payments will be completely digital in AIIMS Delhi. For this, apart from UPI, the AIIMS administration is going to start smart cards and card payments at counters. Also, AIIMS has decided to promote the use of the Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) ID for OPD registration of new and old cases.

Please tell that from April 1, 2023, the facility of digital payment will be available in AIIMS. Both UPI (Unified Payment Interface) and cards will be available. AIIMS will issue smart cards which will be present at all the counters there. For this, OPD registration can be done by the institute using Ayushman Bharat Health Account (Aura) ID, it can be used by both new and old patients.

According to an office memorandum issued on November 15, it will be quick and easy to register through the ‘Scan and Share QR Code’ of the National Health Authority (NHA) at all OPDs in AIIMS-New Delhi, so that people get better facilities. Explain that for this all kiosks and counters will work from 7 am to 10 pm. Without the help of a smartphone, the Aura ID of the patients will be created.

The pilot project will start on 21 November

From November 21 this project will be used as a pilot project in Rajkumar Amrit Kaur OPD and from January one it will be started in all OPDs. Right now it is seen that the patients who come to see in AIIMS OPD have to stand in long queues, where data is entered manually so that registration can be done.

Registration will take less time

It has been said in the memorandum that there is a delay in OTP at the time of registration of Aura ID. The maximum limit for sending OTP is only three times. Scanning and sharing QR codes will help patients register in less time. This will save them time with convenience.

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