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Jun 28, 2018
No medicines, doctors or staff: A Faizabad primary health centre that is located in the middle of a forestA dilapidated building in the middle of a heavily wooded forest may sound like the beginning of a horror movie, but for the residents of Faizabad’s Ramdaspur village, this building is their first point of contact for basic healthcare. The already defunct primary health sub-centre is made even more inaccessible through its location.
Jun 19, 2018
Google's Medical Brain team uses AI to predict patient's health and even death riskAccording to Google, its AI is much better and faster at predicting death than hospitals
Jun 06, 2018
Lessons from Rajasthan: State's BSBY scheme can provide blueprint for effective implementation of Ayushman BharatThe planners behind Ayushman Bharat can learn from what has worked, and not quite worked, in Rajasthan to ensure that it offers a realistic insurance cover.
May 28, 2018
Delhi hospitals can't 'hold hostage' bodies of patients for non-payment of dues, says draft advisoryPrivate hospitals in the capital "cannot hold hostage" bodies of patients, who have died during treatment there, a draft Delhi government advisory states.
May 09, 2018
Private Healthcare in India Part III: Enforcing Clinical Establishment Act, capping drug costs can help regulate, reduce hospital billsClinical Establishment Act requires the Centre to set a range of rates for healthcare services. But neither the central nor any state govt has done so.
May 08, 2018
Private Healthcare in India Part II: Govt caps price of medicine, stents, consumables but industry finds way around it"It is clear that for higher margins, doctors/hospitals preferred prescribing and dispensing non-scheduled branded medicines instead of scheduled medicines ..(that) are supposed to cover all essential medicines," the report said.
Feb 22, 2018
Angela Merkel calls for end to the 'massacre' in Syria after fresh airstrikes kill 13 in war-torn countryAngela Merkel called for an end to the "massacre" in Syria, after fresh airstrikes on a rebel-held enclave in the war-torn country killed another 13 people.
Feb 20, 2018
Margins on drugs as high as 1,192% in four private hospitals: NPPANon-scheduled drugs and diagnostic services constituted major components of charges billed to patients in four private hospitals with margins as high as 1,192 percent, drug pricing regulator NPPA said on Tuesday
Feb 14, 2018
No GST on food served by hospitals to in-patients, govt clarifiesThe GST will not be charged on the cost of food served to patients by hospitals as advised by doctors, the government has said.
Jan 23, 2018
Uttar Pradesh to become second state after Karnataka to have state-specific health policyUP government is in the process of finalising the state's first-ever state health policy and it is likely to be notified in the next three months.