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Health infrastructure in draft Development Plan woefully inade...

MUMBAI: Health activists are upset with the draft Development Plan 2014-2034 for its cursory approach to health issues. "The DP, in its present avatar, only seems to have dedicated itself to construction activity and FSI," Leni Chaudari of the Jan ... Times of India, 10 hours ago
Centre's move irks health activists Times of India, 2 weeks ago
DNA India

World Health Organisation calls for fewer Caesarean deliveries

With the World Health Organisation (WHO) making it clear on Friday that the Caesarean section procedure for delivery should be performed only when there's a medical need, the focus is back on the rising number of Caesarean deliveries in India. ...
 DNA India1 week ago
Financial Express

Budget 2015: In search of an effective healthcare system

The much anticipated increase in fund allocation for healthcare has taken a backseat as the current government searches for other ways to finance an effective healthcare system such as private insurance. The massive mismatch between the declared ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Budget 2015: Rs33,000 crore for health is barely enough for current schemes  Livemint.com1 month ago
Quartz

Revisiting Chhattisgarh: The Indian state where a woman's uterus is a way for doctors to get rich

CHHATTISGARH—Since thestate was carved out of Madhya Pradeshin 2000, Chhattisgarhhas descended on its poor women with a spate of public-health messages: Have fewerchildren, don't deliver babies at home, and only trust health professionals, not ...
 Quartz1 week ago
Times of India

Centre Offloads Its Free Drug Policy Onto States Public Healthcare To Suffer As Private Players Stand To Gain

It was in 2012 that the Centre first promised to provide free drugs in public health facilities. The first budgetary provision was made in 2013. Last year, the promise was crystallized to providing 348 essential drugs free. This was later whittled ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago Central scheme of free drugs gets a quiet burial  Economic Times1 week ago Free drugs plan gets a quiet burial  Times of India2 weeks ago

Is Rajasthan's medical scheme past its expiry date?

In India, the out-of-pocket expenditure on healthcare for 2012 stood at 86 per cent according to World Bank data. This means that 86 per cent of the country's population had to depend on its own income instead of health insurance or government aid ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

'State down in maternal care'

AHMEDABAD: It seems that the maternal and child health (MCH) care in Gujarat is slipping under the leadership of first woman chief minister of the state, Anandiben Patel, who took charge of the state in May 2014. According to the report card ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Chew Or Spit Tobacco In Maharashtra And You Could Be Sweeping Government Offices

MUMBAI: If a person is caught not just spitting tobacco but even chewing it in a public place, he may have to work as a government "sweeper" for a day. The state health department is considering this stringent punishment against tobacco users. This ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago State plans to make tobacco-chewers, spitters sweep govt offices for a day  Times of India1 month ago Maharashtra plans to make tobacco-chewers, spitters sweep government offices for a day  Economic Times1 month ago

India Curbing Health Spending Blunts Push to Widen Coverage

Advertisement (Updates with insurance steps in sixth paragraph. For more on India's budget, see INEL .) (Bloomberg) -- India increased the health department's budget about 2 percent to 297 billion rupees ($4.8 billion), leaving health ...
 GARP1 month ago India Curbing Health Outlays Blunts Push to Give Poor Safety Net  Bloomberg1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

After UPA-like noise, big slash

New Delhi, Feb. 28: Finance minister Arun Jaitley today promised gifts for children, women, patients and the poor but slashed his government's funding across the social sectors. Budget outlays for education, health, rural development, social ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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