Sandbox Documentation

Read about the Sandbox Integration Process

UHI Policy and Market Rules (Coming soon)

Know about the participating rules and guidelines

UHI Github

Build Open Protocols for health services on UHI

What is UHI

The Unified Health Interface (UHI) is a network of open protocols that enable the interoperability in health services. UHI is one of the foundational layers in the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) Stack that focuses on the discoverability and delivery of health services. While the current ABDM building blocks enable the interoperable exchange of personal health data and provide registries for doctors, patients and health facilities, UHI leverages these building blocks to provide a seamless end-to-end experience for the users. Through UHI enabled applications, patients can discover, book, conduct and pay for services offered by a variety of participating providers from any application of their choice.

UHI Services

The services on UHI will include, but not be limited to the following services:


Book an online consultation with any doctor

Booking Physical Appointments

Book your physical appointment with any doctor

Blood Donation

Find a blood bank near you

Lab Bookings

Lab tests at your doorstep

Ambulance Services

Book an ambulance pick up or a drop

UHI Benefits

Benefits for Patients

Improved access to healthcare
Greater choice of applications
Transparency in pricing

Benefits for Health Service Providers

Greater discoverability
Ability to decide their service price
Platform to expand their physical offering