ABHA (Health ID) card is a 14 digit unique number with which you can link all your health records digitally. Create your ABHA Health ID card using an Aadhar number in less than 30 seconds.
Desh Ka Doctor is an Approved partner of Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) to create an ABHA Health ID card.
Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) or Health ID is the government of India initiative under Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) for Indian citizens to create a single repository of all their health-related information. Creating Health Id Card or ABHA number along with an ABHA address or PHR address will help everyone to receive all kinds of medical reports and prescriptions digitally from the doctors and other health service providers.
It is important to note that:
1. The health records linked with Health ID or ABHA number will only be accessible with the informed consent of the individuals.
2. Once the Health ID card or ABHA number has been generated, individuals will also have an option to generate an alias, similar to the email ID - xyz@ndhm with a password, known as ‘ABHA address’ ( Previously known as ‘PHR address’). The alias concerned with the Health ID Cards will make ABHA more accessible.
Individuals can create their ABHA in 3 easy steps:
1.Enter your 10 Digit Phone Number and authenticate/verify with OTP
2. Enter Your Name, Gender and Date of Birth and Click on Continue
3. Create your PHR address, Select your state and district and Click on Continue
Your ABHA is created and stored in the Desh Ka Doctor App for your future reference.
Access your information right from admission to treatment and discharge in a paperless manner
Access to your health data is provided after your clear and informed consent. You have the ability to manage and revoke consent, if needed.
Built with robust security and encryption mechanisms and no information is shared without your consent.
Participate at your own free will and choose to create your ABHA voluntarily
Access and link your Personal Health Records (PHR) with ABHA to create longitudinal health history
Available to people with smartphones, feature phones, and even no phones using assisted methods
Under ABDM (Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission), individuals can create Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) to manage their health records. It is a 14 digit number which is used to uniquely identifying individuals, authenticating them, and threading their health records.
Check all private & public hospitals, clinics & other healthcare facilities in the country using the health facility registry.
Your Health Checkup report shall be available for download within 72 hours. Steps to download the report:User’s privacy is very important for ABDM, which believes that users are rightful owners of their data, and can make rational decisions associated with its use. As healthcare is a sensitive subject, ABDM does not want to restrict users and enable them to link different sets of health data with different ABHA or Health IDs. For instance, if a user wishes to use a separate ABHA to access data related to their sexual history, ABDM will allow this completely in such a case. However, to establish a better continuum of care, it is recommended to create & use only one ABHA or Health ID.
NDHM does not store any of your health records. Your health records are stored with healthcare information providers as per their retention policies, and are shared over the NDHM network with encryption mechanisms only after your express consent.
You can complete the registration in less than a minute. You need to fill your basic details, and authenticate your Mobile Number or Aadhaar Number.
You can try other modes of authentication for login, If you have been locked out of your ABHA(Health ID) account via Password. On three consecutive incorrect attempts at a time, the method of authentication (Mobile OTP or Password or Aadhaar OTP) gets disabled for 12 hours. You can use the remaining methods to login, as applicable. Note: You will not be able to login for 12 hours once you have been locked out from all three methods of login.