Dr Jitendra declares 100% ‘cashless’ transaction at Tata Hospital

Mumbai, December 17
Tata Memorial Centre Cancer Hospital here, which functions under the aegis of Department of Atomic Energy Govt of India, has achieved 100% “cashless” transaction through the use of exclusive hospital – specific multipurpose pre- paid “Smartcard” which is infact a unique multipurpose card not only offering the facility to make cashless payments by the patient, but also offering the patient the access to his treatment record by registering the MRD / EMR number.
This was disclosed here today by Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh during his visit to the Tata Memorial Centre where he held an interaction of the hospital faculty members with the scientists and officials of the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. Congratulating the faculty members, doctors and staff of the Hospital for having taken a lead in the government health sector in promoting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign for cashless transactions, Dr Jitendra Singh said, Tata Memorial Hospital is possibly the first hospital of its kind in government sector which is making all its transactions for treatment, investigation, management etc through cashless payments from smallest amount to large amounts. Citing figures, Dr Jitendra Singh disclosed, on 8th November when Prime Minister announced the decision of remonetization, the total number of cashless transactions in the Tata Memorial Hospital was 287 amounting to Rs.45 lakh on that single day. But within a period of little over one month on 15th December,he said, the number of cashless transactions during a single day went up almost double to 525 amounting to Rs.65 lakh.
Displaying the card prepared by the Tata Memorial Hospital, Dr Jitendra Singh, flanked by Director (Academics) Dr Kailash Sharma and other faculty members, said that the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai has set an example which can be emulated as a role model by other hospitals in the government sector.

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