Thursday, September 29, 2022

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Government Healthcare Centers

Poor primary care, overcrowded tertiary care

Mumbai needs a much larger share of central investment in its health services. The creation of AIIMS like hospital with provision of various tertiary specialties under one roof will save inconvenience and hassle to a large number of its residents.

Poor primary care, overcrowded tertiary care

Mumbai needs a much larger share of central investment in its health services.

Ayushman Bhavah Bharat! Modi Sarkar’s biggest game changer has turned one

As Modi Government’s flagship scheme Pradhanmantri Jan Arogya Yojana, popularly known as Ayushman Bharat turns one this month, here is how this is massively different from any other healthcare scheme anywhere in the world.

Modi 2.0- What it means for healthcare

If India plans to show its improved stance towards healthcare to global players, it will have to soon deal with issues such as -Mental Health, Non-Communicable Diseases, Anti-Microbial Resistance and Climate Change- all cases of utmost concern both at global and national level.

Cross pathy, missing roots of AYUSH for mind healing and growing non communicable diseases

The Ministry of AYUSH must take steps at war footing to promote the role of AYUSH vaidyas in private practice for paramedical and mind solace for all NCD patients than cause medication health fraud in society through cross pathy and quackery.

PM Modi should bring premedical and paramedical health reform as well

We have over exaggerated the role of AYUSH and derailed the significance of AYUSH by attempting to package it the same way as the allopathic system.

Modicare – PM shows the will and way to achieve health reforms in India

The insurance coverage and the budget allocation is quite sufficient to begin with if everyone in the health care service system acts responsibly and value and respect the real distress of poor.

Pharmacovigilance for AYUSH – Don’t let fence to eat the crop

AYUSH Vaidyas in private practice must be empowered, rejuvenated, made confident and proud of their system so that they would not migrate to cross pathy.

An age of innocence – my experience with govt health centers in 1980s

A doctor shares his three decade ago's experience of a situation of Govt health centre and its state of dysfunction.

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