Healthcare

India, US renew global development partnership deal for 5 years

India, US renew global development partnership deal for 5 years

New DelhiIndia and the US on Friday renewed for another five years a global development partnership agreement that provides for jointly o...Read More

In the 2nd wave, the middle class has understood what passes off as healthcare for most of India and how the system works for them, writes Harini Calamur

In the 2nd wave, the middle class has understood what passes off as healthcare for most of India and how the system works for them, writes Harini Calamur

Encased in our bubble of privilege, we set up separate systems of education, health, housing so that we didn’t have to interact with the ...Read More

2nd corona wave: Could investment being funnelled towards medical supplies impact funding for NGOs in the long run, ask Ashish Karamchandani & Ayesha Marfatia

2nd corona wave: Could investment being funnelled towards medical supplies impact funding for NGOs in the long run, ask Ashish Karamchandani & Ayesha Marfatia

NGOs working at the grassroots report that while there is no question that the most immediate (and most visible) need is healthcare, ther...Read More

India's public spending on healthcare lowest in BRICS nations; tech can improve access: DEA Secy

India's public spending on healthcare lowest in BRICS nations; tech can improve access: DEA Secy

India's public expenditure on health is the lowest among the BRICS nations, Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) Secretary Ajay Seth said...Read More

RBI's Rs 50,000 cr liquidity window can augment hospital bed capacity by 20%: Crisil

RBI's Rs 50,000 cr liquidity window can augment hospital bed capacity by 20%: Crisil

Hospitals could be among the biggest beneficiaries of the Rs 50,000 crore liquidity window offered by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to ...Read More

RBI’s Rs 50,000 cr kitty to help prepare for third COVID wave, say healthcare professionals

RBI’s Rs 50,000 cr kitty to help prepare for third COVID wave, say healthcare professionals

The Reserve Bank of India’s move to provide Rs 50,000 crore for priority lending to boost COVID-related health infrastructure and service...Read More

Tata Motors forays into compact ambulance segment

Tata Motors forays into compact ambulance segment

Tata Motors on Friday said it has launched a patient transport ambulance, designed specifically for healthcare mobility in the economy am...Read More

Budget 2021: Some hope for auto industry, if not complete relief

Budget 2021: Some hope for auto industry, if not complete relief

It was only the third time in history that a budget was being presented after a contraction of the economy. And, the first time that the...Read More

Budget 2021 gives a shot in the arm to the Indian healthcare sector, says  Vineet Agarwal of Assocham

Budget 2021 gives a shot in the arm to the Indian healthcare sector, says Vineet Agarwal of Assocham

The union budget of 2021-2022 has been hailed as the much-needed budget of the country till date. Through her budgetary allocation, the ...Read More

Ampersand Group expects healthcare venture to make USD 1 billion over the next 2-3 years

Ampersand Group expects healthcare venture to make USD 1 billion over the next 2-3 years

Ampersand was established in 2004 by Rustom Kerawalla, Founder – Chairman of the group. Since then, this company has made its presence f...Read More

Will Amazon be the new monarch of Pharma/Healthcare?

Will Amazon be the new monarch of Pharma/Healthcare?

Recently, Amazon launched pharma services adding to its ever-expanding product/service portfolio. Amazon has been expanding its offering...Read More

What does healthcare hold for us in future

What does healthcare hold for us in future

Lifespans will increase as humans will be able to control their health better.

Tech, healthcare companies seen attractive IPO investments going ahead

Tech, healthcare companies seen attractive IPO investments going ahead

With markets flush with liquidity, the number of companies going public in the quest for funds were on the rise globally, during the July...Read More

5 ways to address health problems with the Bajaj Finserv Health EMI Network Card

5 ways to address health problems with the Bajaj Finserv Health EMI Network Card

While the Indian healthcare industry is rapidly growing, the country is still plagued by a range of health problems. These health problem...Read More

Space to healthcare, India a land of opportunities: Modi to US investors

Space to healthcare, India a land of opportunities: Modi to US investors

-- India offers many more opportunities. We have what is needed to power the global economic recovery. -- American investors often look o...Read More

Ban govt funding for religious events; use money for healthcare, social sector suggests AIMIM MP Imtiaz Jaleel

Ban govt funding for religious events; use money for healthcare, social sector suggests AIMIM MP Imtiaz Jaleel

Mumbai: Demanding a ban on the government sponsoring or funding any religious congregations, tours or festivities, All India Majlis E I...Read More

In rural India, 66% of medical care givers do not have a proper degree, says study

In rural India, 66% of medical care givers do not have a proper degree, says study

66 per cent of people equipped to provide medical care in rural India do not have a formal degree, Hindustan Times reported Saturday.Acco...Read More

Policy Watch: Here are five reasons why India’s QS scores should worry every Indian

Policy Watch: Here are five reasons why India’s QS scores should worry every Indian

The terrible performance of Indian educational institutions on the QS score ranking (see chart) was to have been expected. And was it jus...Read More

COVID-19 has shaken the foundation of healthcare: Apollo Group Hospitals’ Dr K Hari Prasad

COVID-19 has shaken the foundation of healthcare: Apollo Group Hospitals’ Dr K Hari Prasad

While almost all government hospitals and select private hospitals are fighting a battle against COVID-19, the battle against other illne...Read More

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