Chemists' body writes to Centre urging ban of online pharmacies
The letter claimed that “ illegally operating e-pharmacies are still in operation after more than 4.5 years.”
Covid could not defeat our healthcare system: Kerala CM
Under the project, those patients who are recommended by various specialists at the Lisie hospital, will be provided treatments and surgeries free of cost.
‘Modern medical technologies will boost state’s healthcare system’
The industries minister said the government was engaged in creating an industrial ecosystem that promotes collaboration between industry and academia and encourages more investment.
AIIMS docs to learn global standards of patient safety
Officials informed that two panels have been set up in this regard which will formulate guidelines based on international standards, monitor their implementation.
India emerging as favourable destination to conduct global clinical trials: Report
According to the report, the private sector is a well-suited channel for the top biopharma to conduct more efficient clinical trials with easier and faster access to investigators and patients.
Niche medical services boom but essential healthcare lags
While the private healthcare sector has made significant progress, accessibility to affordable medical care for most is still a chimera.
Odisha govt to appoint 1,205 doctors in major hospitals
Medical graduates selected by OPSC will be appointed in OMHS cadre
Odisha govt begins audit of C-sections in private hospitals
Odisha recorded 10 pc growth in C-sections in pvt hospitals in two years
Small Bowl Transplant saves woman’s life in Chennai
The organ from a deceased donor was air-lifted from Bengaluru on April 3 and the transplant was performed.
India’s stretched health care fails millions in rural areas
Hundreds of millions of rural Indians struggle to access care for a simple reason: The country just doesn’t have enough medical facilities.
Nimhans takes mental healthcare to taluks in Karnataka, Uttarakhand
Nimhans will develop and implement the overall road map of the programme.
The fatigue of being asked to endure discrimination and its toll
Author Vincent Lloyd argues black dignity is an action and the action is a struggle against domination. It is the same for Dalits.
Districts told to sensitise BSKY beneficiaries in Odisha
Recharge of the balance in the card is also done automatically on September 1 every year through the IT platform.
India faces severe mental health crisis: ICMR
The findings are based on a survey of 1.18 lakh households and 5.76 lakh individuals in the National Sample Survey (NSS) held between July and December 2018.
Over 40 families in tribal hamlet affected by fever for a week, says resident in TN's Udumalaipet
With hundreds of people suffering from fever and cold in the last one week, residents of tribal hamlets in Udumalaipet have appealed to the forest department to organise medical camps.
‘Digital health tech to bring down healthcare cost’
Lethlean emphasises financial support in developing, scaling and providing digital health tech to the masses and start-ups need to find a suitable business model.
To boost turnout, hotels, hospitals to send staff to vote
Assns welcome move; city saw 55.54% voting in last Assembly polls
Experts: focus on preventive healthcare
Doctors highlighted that poor regulation in the private health sector has resulted in increased cost of care.
Rajasthan's watered-down Right to Health Bill keeps 90 per cent of private hospitals out of ambit
Rajasthan has become the first state in the country to provide the Right to Health (RTH) to its citizens after the doctors’ strike was withdrawn on Tuesday.
Eye drops maker Global Pharma Healthcare couldn't ensure factory was sterile, FDA says
The outbreak is considered particularly worrisome because the bacteria driving it is resistant to standard antibiotics.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test