The central government has launched a digital health card called "Abha Health Card" for citizens.

The card will store all medical records and make them accessible to patients and healthcare providers.

It will have a unique ID and can be accessed through a mobile app or website.

The government hopes that this initiative will improve healthcare services and reduce medical errors.

The card will also make it easier for patients to get treatment and avoid carrying physical records.

The Abha Health Card will be linked to the National Health Stack, which is still being developed.

The government has assured that the card will be secure and will protect patient privacy.

The card will also be useful for telemedicine consultations and e-pharmacy services.

The Abha Health Card will be available to all citizens and will be free of cost.

This move towards digitization of healthcare records is a significant step towards a more efficient and accessible healthcare system in India.

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