Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) is an initiative by the government of India to create a centralized system containing all health-related databases. This database can only be accessed after the consent of the individual. This is highly secure and private. So yes, there is no need for individuals to worry about data breaches. In case a user wishes to share the data, the same can be done with their consent only. Until and unless the consent is there, no other person can have access to the details created.
ABHA is an initiative under ABDM. The major agenda behind introducing it is to offer a unique digital health ID to every individual. This ID will help them to access medical records easily. The identification ID generated will be a 14-digit code, and people will be able to use it in any part of India. Along with it, with the help of a 14-digit code, people can share their medical records with professionals in any part of the world, irrespective of geographical restrictions. Ultimately the agenda is to offer healthcare facilities in a streamlined way, and the database having the information accessed is termed as National Digital Health Ecosystem (NDHE). This one is a secure portal, and the encryption options in consideration are highly secure that without consent of the respective individual, no one can have access to the details at all.