New Delhi: The Champion Services Sector Scheme for Medical Value Travel has been framed by Govt. of India to enhance Medical Tourism in the country especially in the field of Traditional System of Medicine.
The ministry has decided plans to establish World Class, State of the Art Super Speciality Hospitals/ Day Care Centres of the systems recognized under Indian Medicine Central Council (IMCC) Act, 1970 or Homoeopathic Central Council (HCC) Act, 1973 in green field mode.
These Health Care Centres could be opened across the country. These Hospitals/ Day Care Centres would be offering quality healthcare services through AYUSH systems of medicine to all visitors including International patients/tourists.
The initiative would not only promote and propagate Ayurveda, Yoga & other Traditional systems of medicine in India but also expected to increase the footfall of International patients/tourists/visitors in the country which in turn is likely to generate revenue in terms of foreign exchange for the country.
The proposed scheme also intends for creating more opportunities for capacity building and skill development in Ayurveda, Yoga & other Traditional systems of medicine sector creating more AYUSH job opportunities and also nationwide authentic data generation in Ayurveda, Yoga & other Traditional systems of medicine sector.