With a view to alleviate the inconvenience to CGHS beneficiaries in obtaining the CGHS permission(s),every time,the ministry has decided to issue of permission letters by competent authorities with a validity of six months from the date of issue of original prescription for under going the prescribed treatment, investigation procedures to be conducted at the prescribed intervals over a period of six months as advised by a Government specialists. The orders have been issued vide memo No.S-11045/40/2012/ CGHS/ HEC/ CGHS(P) dated 01/10/12. Click the below link to get the order copy.
In the light of the Judgement given by Supreme Court of Delhi in the case of Kanhiya Singh v/s UOI and others(WP (C) 9044/2011) the department of health and Family Welfare has clarified the admissibility of certain Items under CGHS vide Memo No.2-1/2012/CGHS/VC/CGHS(P) dated 01/10/2012. Please click the below link to get the full text of order.