MeeSeva “MeeSeva” in Telugu means, ‘At your service’, i.e. service to citizens. It is a good governance initiative that for entire range of G2C& G2B services. The objective of MeeSeva is to provide smart, citizen centric, ethical, efficient and effective governancefacilitated by technology. The initiative involves universal and non-discriminatory delivery of all government services to citizens & Businessmen of all strata and improved efficiency,transparency and accountability for the government. The initiative features transformed government - citizen interface at all levels of administration along with a shared governance model.The Project brings in a digital PKI enabled integrated architecture through multiple service delivery points by fusing in the various pre-existing state initiatives with the Mission- mode Projects like State Data Center (SDC), State Wide Area Network (SWAN) and Common Service centers (CSCs) of the National eGovernance Plan (NeGP) of Government of India
The Telangana government is planning to set up a special medical authority and bring all health services under one umbrella in order to improve monitoring. As of now, various medical services such as Aarogyasri, 104 & 108 services and Employees Health Scheme (EHS) are being monitored by different departments. Aarogyasri cases are being taken care by the Aarogyasri Healthcare Trust, 104 medical services are under the control of director and commissioner of health department and 108 services are being run by a private sponsor. While Aarogyasri is a medical services scheme for people Below Poverty Line, 104 services are meant for rural health services and 108 services are emergency ambulance services for the needy. Recently, the state government introduced the Employees Health Scheme (EHS) for 2.5 lakh state government employees under which they would be provided cashless treatment. Health cards were given to employees to get the services through a network of empanelled hospitals identified for Aarogyasri services.
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