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Healthcare Services in India

Who is responsible for India’s healthcare blowout?

The typical 'Mera kya' (it doesn't concern me) Syndrome of Indians, which has failed every institution in this country, had failed healthcare too long back.

The insolent Kejriwal: A brief commentary

the 'messiah' of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, who from the kick-off of the meeting, joined in a perfunctory and zeal-deficient mode, transcended all the extremities of Chief Ministerial etiquette, credo, and decorum.

The Indian republic and its long drawn struggle with endemic viruses

As our Republic attains 71 years of age let us pause to reflect as to what has really been ailing her health in the back drop of some robust health exhibited by some Republics, which too were born around the same time as her.

Right care, at the right time

In the health infrastructure time is of critical importance, followed by right care. To aim for futuristic technologies, we must be able to solve classical problem that our hospitals are ridden with.

COVID-19 and India’s obsession with the state

As we put the worst part of the health crisis behind us, it is important to ponder upon a few issues that didn’t receive any attention barring a few criticisms on social media.

National Digital Health Mission- A visionary move towards transforming health sector of India

The NDHM comprises six key building blocks or digital systems - HealthID, DigiDoctor, Health Facility Registry, Personal Health Records, e-Pharmacy and telemedicine - that will enable access to timely, safe and affordable healthcare through a 'citizen-centric' approach.

Our history, opportunity and Covid-19

he country was hit by an epidemic about a century ago and killed a chunk of Bombay's population however our textbooks just give fleeting reference to this disaster and the teachers just tell you what is written in the Government sanctioned Textbooks.

Making a case for the safety of health professionals in India

The least a govt and a society can ensure is, the health workers should have a violence-free environment to work as its absence can be detrimental to patients' interests.

Impact of COVID 19 on deprived settlements and migrant population in India

While ensuring access to food, shelter, healthcare and basic needs of the urban poor population as an interim relief, the government should learn from this pandemic and focus on social determinants of healthcare

COVID-19 Pandemic- Limitations of 20th century solutions for a 21st century problem

A take on why the world of today, run by 20th century principles,has come out short when confronted with the Covid-19 pandemic, a 21st century problem.

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