Friday, January 21, 2022
Thursday, January 20, 2022
CGHS CARD IS VALID FOR REFERRAL TO EMPANELLED HCOS OF PENSIONER BENEFICIARIES THROUGH REFERRAL MODULE, IRRESPECTIVE OF CITY / WC WHERE THE CARD IS REGISTERED: MOHFW
F No. 44/60/MCTC/CGHS2021 /DIR/CGHS/
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
Department of Health & Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
Dated the January, 2022.
Sub: CGHS card is valid for Referral to empanelled HCOs of pensioner beneficiaries through Referral Module, irrespective of City / WC where the card is registered.
With reference to the above-mentioned subject the undersigned is directed to state that this Ministry is in receipt of representations from CGHS pensioner beneficiaries in availing treatment facilitates on a visit to another CGHS covered city IWC. The matter has been reviewed and it is decided to issue the following clarifications in this regard:
i CGHS card is valid at any Wellness Centers in India for availing CGHS facilities, irrespective of the WC/ City, where it is registered.
- Empanelled HCQOs shall provide treatment on credit basis to CGHS pensioner beneficiaries on referral or in medical emergency to all CGHS pensioner beneficiaries, ex-MPs, etc., irrespective of the City / Wellness Centre where the CGHS Card is registered and the credit bill shall be sent to the CGHS of the City where the treatment is taken. Online referrals issued by Wellness Centres through the CGHS Referral Module can be accessed by any CGHS empanelled HCO, located pan India. Suitable action shall be taken against erring, HCOs in case of violation of these guidelines. HCOs shall suitably brief their staff at the reception counters.
- Medical Officers of CGHS shall refer the CGHS pensioner beneficiaries, etc., through the referral module regardless of the WC/ CGHS City, where the CGHS Card is registered. There is provision in the online referral module used by GDMOs, to view all referrals issued to a beneficiary by CGHS Wellness Centres across the country, in the last 06 months, thereby avoiding duplication of referrals. GDMOs also have access to the NHA dashboard to search all the referrals issued to a beneficiary by any CGHS Wellness Centre in India.
- However, in case of availing treatment / investigations in Mumbai City, the referral for any CGHS beneficiary is to be made from any CGHS Wellness Centre in Mumbai only as on date. Similarly, for treatment outside Mumbai, CGHS pensioner beneficiaries of Mumbai shall be referred by Medical Officers of other cities.
- Additional Directors, CGHS of all Cities / Zones shall circulate a copy of this Order to all CGHS Wellness Centres for strict compliance by Medical Officers.
- Similarly, Additional Directors, CGHS of all Cities shall circulate a copy of this Order to all the HCOs empanelled in the city concerned and ensure that these orders are complied with.
- A copy of this Order shall be displayed on the Notice Board of CGHS Wellness Centre.
Digitally Signed by
Date: 18-01-2022 14:33:25
[Dr Nikhilesh Chandra]
Tel 011-2306 2800
1. CMOs -in-charge and other Medical Officers of all CGHS Wellness Centres in India through the Addl. Director of city ‘Zone
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
FORMAT OF STRIKE NOTICE TO BE SERVED
No. Conf. 22/20122 Dated: 21st January-2022
The Cabinet Secretary,
Government of India,
This is to give notice that the employees who are members of the affiliated organisations of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers will go on Two days Nationwide strike on 23rd & 24th February-2022.
The Charter of demands in pursuance of which the employees will embark upon the Two Days strike action is enclosed.
Encl: Charter of demands.
CHARTER OF DEMANDS
1. Payment of Arrears of DA/DR withheld from January -2020 to June-2021.
2.. Scrap New Contributory Pension Scheme (NPS). Restore old defined benefit Pension Scheme (OPS) to all employees. Guarantee 50% of the last pay drawn as minimum pension.
3.. (a) Scrap the draconian FR 56((j) & (i) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules 1972. Stop terrorizing and victimising employees.
(b) Withdraw the attack against the recognised status of Associations and Federations.
(c) Withdraw the anti-worker Wage/Labour codes and other anti-labour reforms.
(d) Stop attack on trade union rights.
4. (a) Implement five year wage revision and Pension revision to Central Government employees and Pensioners. Appoint 8th Central Pay Commission and revise the Pay, Allowances and Pensionary benefits of Central Government employees and Pensioners with effect from 01-01-2021.
(b) Honour the assurance given by Group of Ministers (GoM) to NJCA leaders on 30-06-2016. Increase minimum pay and fitment formula recommended by 7th CPC. Grant HRA arrears from 01-01-2016.
(c) Withdraw “Very Good” bench mark for MACP, grant promotional heirarchy and date of effect of MACP from 01-01-2006.
(d) Grant Option-1 parity recommended by 7th CPC to all Central Govt. Pensioners. Grant one notional increment to those who retired on 30th June.
(e) Settle all anomalies arisen out of 7th CPC implementation.
5. Stop ban on creation of new posts. Fill up all seven lakhs vacant posts in Central Government departments in a time bound manner. Scrap National Recruitment Agency and introduce Department wise recruitment and Regional recruitment for Group B and C posts. .
6. Stop Corporatisation and privatisation of Railways, Defence, Printing & Stationery Department and Postal Departments. Withdraw closure/merger orders of Govt. of India Printing Presses and Postal Stores depots/Postal Stamp depots. Stop proposed move to close down department. Stop outsourcing and closure of Govt. establishments
7. Regularisation of Gramin Dak Sevaks and grant of Civil Servants status. Implement remaining positive recommendations of Kamalesh Chandra Committee Report.
8. Regularise all casual and contract workers including those joined service on or after 01-09-1993.
9. Settle all Covid-19 related issues pertaining to Central Govt. employees and Pensioners on top priority basis. Treat the period of absence during lock down as duty. Grant full wages to casual, part-time, contingent and contract workers during the lock down period. Payment of Compensation Rs. 20 lakh to family of deceased died due to Corona.
10. Grant equal pay for equal work for all. Remove disparity in pay scales between Central Secretariat staff and similarly placed staff working in field units of various department
11. Implement 7th CPC wage revision and pension revision to remaining Auton- omous body employees and pensioners. Ensure payment of full arrears without further delay. Grant Bonus to Autonomous body employees pending from 2016-17 onwards.
12. Remove arbitrary 5% ceiling imposed on compassionate appointments. Grant appointment in all eligible cases.
13. Grant five time-bound promotions to all Group B & C employees. Complete cadre review in all departments in a time bound manner.
14. Ensure prompt functioning of various negotiating forums under the JCM Scheme at all levels.
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Monday, January 17, 2022
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