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Less than 2% of Rajasthan's GDP allocated to healthcare

JAIPUR: Over 300 people attended a public meeting at Shaheed Smarak held under the aegis of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, a state-wide network of organizations working on health rights. They narrated the problems faced in accessing quality healthcare in ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Less than 2% of Raj's GDP allocated to healthcare Times of India, 1 month ago

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Government spends just third of total healthcare expense in Rajasthan

JAIPUR: Budget Analysis Research Centre, Prayas and Jan Swasthya Abhiyan conducted a one-day workshop in Jaipur to assess the state health budget on Thursday. Dr Narendra Gupta of Prayas pointed to the high out-of-pocket expenses on healthcare in ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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Jan Swasthya Abhiyan shocked by Delhi HC order on FDC drugs

JAIPUR: Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) expressed concern and shock at the verdict of the Delhi High Court lifting the ban on 344 Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) of drugs by the government a few months back. In a press release on Saturday, JSA said, "This ...
 Times of India1 month ago 344 fixed dose combination drugs limit therapy choices  Times of India1 month ago Concerns on HC verdict on 344 fixed dose drugs  Deccan Herald1 month ago JSA shocked at lifting of ban on 344 combination drugs  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
Counter Currents

Right to health care

International Human Rights Day Jan Arogya Abhiyan appeals to the State government to implement the NHRC recommendations, emanating from the public hearing on right to health care, co-organised by JSA and NHRC. As the world observes the ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Demonetisation Undermines The Right To Food And The Right To Life  Counter Currents3 weeks ago India's Demonetization Undermines the Right to Food and the Right to Life  Global Research3 weeks ago

Trials and tribulations

James Gillray, The Cow Pock (1802) Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division (This is an essay from our print quarterly At the Cost of Health. See more from the issue here .) In January 2005, the Indian Parliament amended the Drugs ...
 Himal South Asian2 days ago
Pharmaceutical Technology

India's drug price overhaul: a question of balance

India's drug pricing policy is set for an overhaul, but has the government struck the right balance between ensuring affordable access to medicines and creating a regulatory landscape that works for the industry? Elly Earls investigates. ...
 Pharmaceutical Technology1 week ago
Times of India

Medical device companies may get code respite for 6 months

The Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP), which is drafting a separate marketing code for medical device manufacturers, might give the companies six months for voluntary implementation of the code before making it statutory. Medical device ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Government must steer clear of doctors conference funded by pharma firms

JAIPUR: American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) is holding a 'Global Health Care Summit' in Udaipur for three days, from December 28-30. Jan Swasthya Abhiyan, an umbrella group of organizations working in the heath sector, in a ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Government yet to bar companie from bribing doctors

NEW DELHI: The government appears to be dragging its feet on clamping down on pharmaceutical companies bribing doctors with foreign jaunts, expensive gifts and even cash to sell their drugs. The Uniform Code of Pharmaceutical Marketing Practices ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Government yet to bar companies from bribing doctors  Times of India3 weeks ago

IMA to collate list of unsafe combination medicines

Share Tweet Share Share Share The Indian Medical Association (IMA), a national voluntary body representing 2.7 lakh doctors in India, will collate a list of combination drugs that are irrational and unsafe so that ...
 EHealth Magazine1 month ago Indian Medical Association may collate list of combination drugs that are 'irrational' & 'unsafe'  Economic Times1 month ago Call to doctors to shun drug cocktails  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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