Govt to review comcare scheme to control costs for patients

August 14, 2020 by JonDod  
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Govt to review comcare scheme to control costs for patients

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5:32 pm: New Delhi: Union health minister Rajnath Singh says he does not have faith in the Narendra Modi government. In fact, he says, a ‘fundamental change’ has to be made in Indian healthcare system to ensure patient-centered care.

“We have to do something big in order to give Indian healthcare system a healthy new start. The need has to be taken up and if something is not done, then everything is bound to be worse,” Singh says, speaking at the opening ceremony of the Aam Aadmi Party’s flagship Delhi unit’s flagship campaign for universal healthcare.

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He says, it is the first time that he has personally been presented with information about Modi government’s plans to tackle the chronic problem of care for the people, especially those from poorer sections.

“We are not the government, we are not government ministers, we are citizens of this country who get to vote. This is our right. This is our civic duty,” Singh said during the launch of the Delhi health unit’s flagship campaign.

The health minister says the new plan will “address the lack of kno바카라사이트wledge and transparency that prevails in Indian healthcare system” by bringing in a set of new governance models and a set of processes. It will also address the problem of ‘co-payment’, a common practice of providing insurance with the patient’s salary rather than his or her personal f더킹카지노inances, as it is the norm in most developed countries.

“A healthy system of care is only possible if every person has access to the right healthcare at the right place at the right time.”

Earlier today, CM Siddaramaiah had said that he had no faith in the Narendra Modi government after the health minister had been told by an insurance company that it had to cut the amount of ‘co-payments’ for ‘basic public health services’.

However, Singh says he has no faith in the present government and he intends to work on his ideas with Modi’s top aides for his first big push for the Indian healthcare system as a whole.

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