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https // login : National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) Login

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has formulated the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) with the aim to provide the necessary support for integration of digital health infrastructure in the country. This visionary initiative, stemming from the National Health Policy, 2017 intends to digitize healthcare in India.


National Health Authority (NHA) has been entrusted with the role of designing strategy, building technological infrastructure and implementation of “National Digital Health Mission”. NHA is also apex body for implementation of Ayushman Bharat- Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana”(AB-PMJAY). The NDHM is a collaborative initiative between many ministries/departments.

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Generate Health ID

Using a Health ID is the first step towards creating safer and efficient digital health records for you and your family. You can opt-in to create a digitally secure Health ID, which allows you to access and share your health data with your consent, with participating healthcare providers and payers.

Your Health ID is created by using your basic details in addition to your Mobile Number or Aadhaar Number. Your Health ID will be unique to you, and you will have the option to link all your health records to the Health ID. You can also choose to create multiple IDs to link different sets of health records with different Health IDs, however, it is recommended that you create only one Health ID.


Benefits of the Digital Health ID Card Yojana

This Digital Health ID Card Yojana has numerous advantages-There will be no need to perform pathology and radiology tests over and over again. Because the Ayushman Bharat Digital health card database contains all of this information, the doctor has complete access.

The database will include information on all of the diseases and treatments that have been tried in the past.

The Ayushman Bharat Digital Health Card database makes patient information available to any doctor or hospital.

The National Digital Health Mission Portal makes it simple to create a Digital Health Card.

Aadhar and Aadhaar databases are also linked to this card, so the identity proof is also included on the Digital Health Card.

You can take your digital card with you anywhere.

Health ID

In order to apply for a Digital Health Card, what documents will I need?

  • Aadhar card
  • Voter ID card
  • Birth certificate
  • Address proof
  • Registered mobile number with aadhar card
  • Previous medical treatment history reports.

Digital Systems

Health ID:

It is important to standardize the process of identification of an individual across healthcare providers. Health ID will be used to uniquely identify persons, authenticate them, and threading their health records (only with the informed consent of the patient) across multiple systems and stakeholders.

Health ID is created by using basic details and mobile number or Aadhaar number and it will be unique to a person. Health ID can be obtained with the support of healthcare provider who is in the national health infrastructure registry or it can be obtained by self-registration from a mobile or a web application.

Each Health ID will be linked to a health data consent manager (such as NDHM) which will be used to seek the patient’s consent and allow for seamless flow of health information from the personal health records module.

At present Health ID is announced in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu, Ladakh, Lakshadweep and Puducherry.


It is a comprehensive repository of all doctors practicing or teaching modern/ traditional systems of medicine. Enrolling on Digi-Doctor is completely voluntary and enables doctors to get connected to India’s digital health ecosystem.

Health Facility Registry (HFR):

It is a comprehensive repository of health facilities of the country across different systems of medicine. It includes both public and private health facilities including hospitals, clinics, diagnostic laboratories and imaging centers, pharmacies, etc.

Personal Health Records (PHR):

PHR is an electronic record of health-related information of an individual that conforms to nationally recognized interoperability standards and that can be drawn from multiple sources while being managed, shared, and controlled by the individual.

Electronic Medical Records:

EMR is a digital version of a patient’s treatment history from a single facility. The health information recorded in a facility is stored locally at the facility where the patient was registered. The patient’s clinical information will be linked to their Health ID. The clinical information can further be shared with other healthcare facilities after the patient provides consent.

If you are facing issues with your Health ID, please contact us at or call at our toll free number – 1800-11-4477 / 14477

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