The Union Cabinet approved the government's National Health Policy, which will be committed to providing "affordable and quality healthcare" to all.
Healthcare providers in India are expected to spend $1.2 billion on IT products and services in 2015 -- an increase of seven percent over 2014.
These data, from the 2015 Rural Health Statistics (RHS), indicate how successive UP governments have neglected affordable, accessible and quality healthcare for the 200 million people
National Health Policy 2017 aims at providing affordable healthcare for all. The policy proposed free drugs, free diagnostics and free emergency care services in all public hospitals.
Households across India still overwhelmingly depend on private providers for healthcare services over public healthcare, a recent study has found.
Ravi Shankar Prasad, the Minister for Communication and Information Technology said at a recent event in Delhi that India needs to have a good network of hospitals which are affordable to the common man."One of ...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the need for sharing best practices among SAARC nations in the fields of modern medical science and healthcare, an official release said.
One of India's largest hospital chains Fortis Healthcare launched the first pasteurised human milk bank, -Amaara-, in Delhi and NCR.
Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan recently released a National Health Profile which focuses on health care standards and the quality of healthcare infrastructure in the country. According to the profile, our country still lags behind in ...
The quality of health services, medicines and diagnostics in the country needs to improve in order to make the National Health Assurance Mission (NHAM) a success, said the WHO representative in India, Nata Menabde.Mr. Menabde ...