One cannot ignore the fact the private players are there only so long as profits are to be made. Will these private players continue to play their role in so-called ‘public private partnerships’ if cost-benefit ratio is not in their interest?
राजनीतिक इच्छा शक्ति के अभाव में, स्वास्थ्य जैसी मौलिक आवश्यकता पर खर्च अनेक गुणा बढ़ाने के बजाये, सरकारी स्वास्थ्य सेवाओं की कमियों को दूर करने के लिए, निजीकरण का रास्ता सुझाया जा रहा है।
Privatisation can only lead to superficial improvements, while inevitably reducing access.
Fixing Minimum and Maximum Income Bars is Vital for Equitable Society Government doctors (and other employees) demanding salary hike is a common news. Succumbing to the temptation of greener pastures, government doctors moving to private hospitals in the country or migrating abroad is also fairly common. But what is turning heads around is the […]
by Sandeep Pandey India doesn’t need an enemy to kill its population. The Narendra Modi government has slashed the health budget of Rs. 31,640 crores by Rs. 6000 crores, a cut of about 20%, during the current financial year, exposing the already vulnerable common people to more health care risks. India has one of the […]