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Press Release – Tamil Nadu setting up of PPP Model Schools under CBSE Syllabus by the GOI

Government of India had called for bidders to set up PPP –  Model Schools in non – Backward blocks. In Tamilnadu 356 Schools are to be set up. In this process, the Government of India has totally negated the federal… Continue Reading →

#India – Chhattisgarh Diagnostics Privatisation Cancelled #goodnews #healthcare

The plan for privatisation of diagnostics services in Chhattisgarh has been cancelled. The RFP and tenders which had come in are no longer valid. This is a victory for  Jan Swasthya Abhiyan in Chattisgarh , The most heartening part of the… Continue Reading →

Out of shadow, PPPs at last come under RTI ambit

DoPT issues guidelines providing for suo motu disclosure of all information relating to PPPs under RTI Act   Prasanna Mohanty | New Delhi | April 17 2013, Governance Now In a dramatic turnaround, the union government has now opened up… Continue Reading →

Private health providers are NOT more efficient, accountable or medically effective #healthcare

POSTED BY ANNA MARRIOTT ON MAR 28TH, 2013 globalhealthcheck.com     In 2009 Oxfam published “Blind Optimism: Challenging the Myths about Private Health Care in Poor Countries,” to help redress what we saw as an international health discourse increasingly dominated by unchallenged private sector… Continue Reading →

Setback to Chhattisgarh health care services

SUVOJIT BAGCHI, The Hindu, March 30, 2013 Private hospitals refuse treatment under government insurance schemes The Chhattisgarh government has had to accept yet another setback while trying desperately to rope in private players to strengthen public health care services. At… Continue Reading →

#Mumbai- Protest against Corporatization of Municipal Schools @March 16

  Corporatization of Municipal Schools – Disaster for Students, Parents and Teachers!   Cancel the decision of handing over education of 4 lakh municipal students   to Private organizations, NGOs and Companies!   Join the Protest on 16th March 2013!   In… Continue Reading →

#India- Pay for surgeries, costly treatment with EMIs soon #healthcare

Mar 4, 2013, TNN[ Rupali Mukherjee ] Globally, patient financing companies like Springstone and Medicard bear the cost of a patient’s treatment including surgeries, procedures and even pharma prescriptions, ranging from $2,000 to $40,000. MUMBAI: Soon you will be able to finance… Continue Reading →

#Mumbai- SevenHills wants to treat ‘Bachchans’, not poor: BMC #patientrights

Rosy Sequeira TNN Mumbai:The BMC on Tuesday told the Bombay high court that SevenHills Healthcare Private Limited (SHHPL) wants to treat “only the Bachchans” and not poor and needy at its super-specialty hospital in Marol. Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan had given birth… Continue Reading →

Privatisation of radiological services opposed

Ananya Banerjee : Mumbai, Mon Mar 19 2012, The decision of the state government to privatise radiology services in 14 government medical colleges and all district hospitals in the state has not gone down well with the healthcare professionals, trade… Continue Reading →

Signature campaign against draft Indian National Water Policy 2012

Join People’s Campaign for Right to Water-Karnataka in opposing Draft National Water Policy 2012 prepared by Ministry of Water Resources and demand its immediate withdrawal. Water is a life and precious resource, which should be carefully conserved and available for… Continue Reading →

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