Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana (BSKY) is a health insurance scheme that the Government of Odisha launched in India in 2018. The scheme aims to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to the people of Odisha, especially to those who are economically disadvantaged or belong to vulnerable sections of society. Under the BSKY scheme, eligible beneficiaries can avail of cashless treatment at empanelled hospitals for various medical conditions, including hospitalisation, surgery, and pre and post-hospitalisation expenses. The scheme also covers the cost of diagnostic tests, medicines, and other medical supplies.
BSKY provides health insurance coverage for medical expenses (up to Rs. 5 lakhs for families and up to Rs. 10 lakhs for women) incurred for treatment in hospitals and health centres across the state of Odisha. Around 4,036 medical treatments and 255 surgical procedures are covered under this scheme.
Insights of BSKY Project under Department of Health and Family Welfare, Goverenment of Odisha. Beneficiary 4.79 Cr. Total Households 119.5 Lakhs, Card Holders 3.34 Cr., Households Covered 96.42 Lakhs (81%), Hospitals 9,324, where as Govt. 8,530 Private 794 No. of Treatments Done 1.19 Cr., Govt 1.17 Cr., Private 2,76,240. 2023 Reimbursement (Pvt) 628.02 Cr.