This book brings together all the major components of the private health care sector in India, with detailed description of its evolution, the foundational ideas, its development, the positives and ill effects on the population. It suggests intelligible and practical remedies for public good.
The book presents a comprehensive review of private health care sector’s resistance to Indian Government’s reforms like the national medical commission, NEET, clinical establishment act and the new boost to the traditional medicine by the Indian government. The author has discussed contentious areas like Corporate Hospitals, Capitation Fee Colleges, Pharmaceutical Industry, Western Models in Health Care, Integration of Medical Systems, Ayushman Bharat Scheme, Health Insurance and Public Private Partnership on a massive scale.
Chapter 1 Corporate Hospitals.- Chapter 2 Capitation Fee Colleges.- Chapter 3 Pharmaceutical Industry and Health.- Chapter 4 Pharmaceutical Industry and Clinical Medicine.- Chapter 5 Regulators and Regulations in Health Care.- Chapter 6 NEET, Clinical Establishment Act and Reservations.- Chapter 7 Health Insurance and Public Private Partnership.- Chapter 8 Western Model of Health, Disease and Health Care Delivery.- Chapter 9 Health Institutes and Voluntary Health Work.- Chapter 10 Integration of Medical Systems.- Appendix 1 Urban Poor and Health Care Delivery.
Sanjeev Kelkar is an MD in Internal Medicine who has worked in varied fields of health care, from tribal India to tertiary care Institutes and multinational pharmaceuticals, to establishing hospitals with modern facilities, intensive care units in rural West Bengal and Tripura and has done seminal work in the area of tuberculosis. A key figure in India, he has successfully conducted innovative teaching programs for postgraduate doctors in collaboration with the Australian University in Newcastle for which he was awarded by the Australian Government and the Australian Industry. He has direct long term 360 degree view and experience of the health care and the issues plaguing the same. He actively writes on health care policy and political issues.
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