About Ayush Clinical Case Repository

Ayush Clinical Case Repository (ACCR) Portal is conceptualized and developed by the Ministry of Ayush as a platform to support both Ayush practitioners and the public. This portal aims to portray the strengths of Ayush systems for treatment of various disease conditions.

ACCR welcomes Ayush practitioners from all over the world to enrol and share information about successfully treated cases for the benefit of all. Cases whose details are posted here will be screened by experts, and will be uploaded for all to read/ view subject to their review.

Ayush practitioners and invited to contribute here so that successful approaches adopted by them in treatment of various patients can be shared with others for the benefit of all. This may help to spread awareness among the public and also trigger the thought process in other practitioners for adopting treatment approaches found successful by their peers.

Public can go through cases published on this portal and understand the strengths of various Ayush systems in treatment of various ailments. However, ACCR discourages self-medication in the strongest terms and advices consulting a qualified practitioner for finalising appropriate treatment.

‘Sign up’ and ‘Sign in’ for Ayush Practitioners

Ayush practitioners are required to sign up in the first instance by entering a few details as specified. Thereafter, they can sign in with credentials, every time when they want to submit a case on the portal. All submitted cases will be reviewed by the experts and after their approval will be published and available for public view.

Ministry of Ayush opens facility for reporting and publishing Covid 19 cases treated through Ayush Systems.
Click for more information.

6

Total number of
cases available

0

Total number of
Covid 19 cases available

6

Total number of
non Covid 19 cases available

Frequently Asked Questions

This portal will facilitate posting of success stories/successfully treated cases by Ayush practitioners. These cases will help Ayush practitioners to know approaches adopted by their colleagues in treatment of various patients. Public can also go through these cases and understand the strengths of various Ayush systems in treatment of various ailments/diseases and adopt informed choices for the treatment as and when required.

This covers all the seven systems of Ayush viz. Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Homoeopathy and Sowa Rigpa.

Ayush practitioners across the world as well as the general public.

This portal will present to the public information about clinical cases in an easy format. It will increase their awareness about treatment options in Ayush systems and help to make informed choices when required. However, ACCR discourages self-medication in the strongest terms and advices consulting a qualified practitioner for finalising appropriate treatment.

Ayush practitioners can upload as many cases as they want, which will be published subject to review by experts.

Ayush practitioners are required to sign up in the first instance by entering a few details as specified. Thereafter, they can sign in with credentials, every time when they want to submit a case on the portal. All submitted cases will be reviewed by the experts and after their approval will be published and available for public view.

After uploading, cases will be reviewed by experts. Subject to their review, cases will be published on the portal.

About the Ministry of Ayush

The Ministry of Ayush was formed on 9th November 2014 to ensure the optimal development and propagation of Ayush Systems of health care. It is the successor of the erstwhile the Department of Indian System of Medicine and Homeopathy (ISM&H), created in March 1995 and which was renamed as Department of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ayush) in November 2003, with focused attention for development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy. Further, it was renamed “Ministry of Ayush” on 13th April 2021, in view of the the word ‘Ayush’ being widely accepted to cover varioustraditional and non-conventional systems of healthcare and healing, including Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Homeopathy and Sowa-Rigpa, and thus the acronym ‘Ayush’ having become dispensable.

The objectives of the Ministry of Ayush include:

  • Formulation of policy and policy issues for development and propagation of Ayush systems of Health Care
  • Conception and implementation of programmes for development and propagation of Ayush systems of Health Care.
  • Co-ordination and promotion of research and development including assistance therefor in Ayush systems of Health Care.
  • Setting up and maintenance of Central institutions for research and development, education and setting standards relating to various aspects/ verticals (like R&D, education, medicinal plants, pharmacopeia etc.) of Ayush systems of Health Care.

Ministry of Ayush

Ayush Bhawan, B Block
GPO Complex, INA, New Delhi -110023

Toll Free number 1800-11-22-02 (9:00 AM to 5:30 PM) (IST)
Email: webmanager-ayush[at]gov[dot]in

For CVC related issues, call us on the given telephone numbers-

Customer Care- 1800-11-0180,1964
Complaint call - 011-24600216