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May 25, 2017
Narendra Modi stresses on need to make medical treatments affordable for allArray
Apr 15, 2017
India will not meet National Health Policy 2017 targets: Former union health secretaryHealth has never been a national priority and it is one reason why we have the highest number of women dying during childbirth.
Mar 24, 2017
Why India's timid system is proving to be a big challenge for Modi's audacious reform pathThe system needs to define the real problem and makes independent choices of its own. Otherwise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to usher in reforms will be waylaid by the same lobbies that have been holding back the progress
Mar 21, 2017
National Health Policy 2017: Experts say expenditure target low as compared to neighbouring countriesThe target of increasing health expenditure to 2.5% of GDP by 2025, set by the National Health Policy 2017, is very low in comparison to what has been achieved by the neighbouring countries
Mar 19, 2017
National Health Policy 2017: Medical experts deem targets unattainable, say new laws neededExperts have doubted the attainability of targets set by the National Health Policy 2017, as it avoids the task of chalking out a clear path to synergise relationship between public and private players
Mar 18, 2017
New National Health Policy overlooks health as basic human right, making it counter-intuitiveSince the right to health flows from the right to life, making the former a fundamental right in the new National Health Policy 2017 is a natural corollary.
Mar 16, 2017
National Health Policy to hike Union healthcare spending to 2.5% of GDP: JP NaddaThe National Health Policy, which was cleared by the Cabinet on Wednesday, also envisions increasing life expectancy to 70 years from 67.5 years and proposes free diagnostics and drugs at all public hospitals.
Oct 21, 2016
Odisha SUM Hospital fire: India's comatose health system is in desperate need of a lifelineOdisha’s Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital mishap appears like a shrill alarm. The country’s comatose health system is in desperate need of a lifeline.