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Health Insurance Penetrance & Increase the Healthcare Spending from 1.2 % to 5 % are Key to India’s Healthcare Reforms – Dr Sandeep Chatrath, CEO, Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre
Health Insurance Penetrance & Increase the Healthcare Spending from 1.2 % to 5 % are Key to India’s Healthcare Reforms – Dr Sandeep Chatrath, CEO, Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre. 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014 raises the Debate on “Unequal India And Unfinished Agenda Of India's Health Care Challenges”
Tuesday,5th August, 2014, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India : India debated the most compelling issue on Healthcare Challenges in india at the 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 by Network 7 Media Group’s ( www.network7mediagroup.in ) Indian Affairs Media outfit (www.indianaffairs.tv ), Asia’s biggest analytical news media hosted the much awaited annual affair in its 5th year, the 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 ( www.ilc2014.in )in the commercial capital of india in Mumbai on Friday, 18th July 2014 under a powerful theme on “Perform or Perish” debated, analyzed & addressed by Asia’s most promising voices & industry stalwarts on a variety of subjects ranging from politics to cultural, economics to social. After being highly successful in last 4 editions, the much awaited India Leadership Conclave 2014 was attended by more than 300 business tycoons, political leaders, policy makers, social reformers, diplomats, media professionals. Dr Sandeep Chatrath, CEO, Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre expressed deep concern on the status of the neglected healthcare scenario in the country today as he said “ India is among the five countries that spends the least on public health. Overall, we spend a meager percent of our GDP on health. To Increase Spending On Healthcare from 1.2% GDP to 5%”
Indian Affairs also recognized & felicitated the ILC Power Brand, Indian of the Year Awards & 30 more categories in various sectors to recognize the shining stars of Indian leaders & companies who has demonstrated rare display of marching ahead with a hostile economy. Dr Sandeep Chatrath, CEO, Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre. Received the coveted CEO of the Year Healthcare 2014 for the remarkable display of Healthcare Management in today’s complex business of running a specialty Hospitals & Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre was voted by the Network 7 Jury as India’s Most Valuable & Promising Healthcare Chain 2014 at the Asia’s biggest Leadership Conclave. The prestigious & coveted Awards were presented in a glittering award ceremony with a full house power packed audience to felicitate & honour the Leaders who made india proud, each time they performed in their field, Indian Affairs watched them closely & did not let it pass as their name appeared as top contenders & were put to public votings & were declared winner on the award night on Friday 18th july 2014. Legendary Bollywood Actor Mr. Shakti Kapoor, Dr. Mukesh Batra, India's most-renowned homeopath & Padma Shri Awardee & Mr Satya Brahma, Chairman & Editor-In-Chief of Network 7 Media Group presented the Awards to the successful Enterprises & Individuals in their respective areas.
The Critical Highlights by Dr Sandeep Chatrath, CEO, Dharamshila Hospital & Research Centre.
INADEQUATE NUMBER OF PRIVATE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS IN RURAL AREAS
ü Concentration in select economically well-off locations
ü Aligning public hospitals with the cashless network
ü Better reach
ü Financially enabling the health infrastructure to upgrade
ü The PPP model aims at bringing quality and affordable healthcare, enlarge the reach and expand the services offered by public healthcare institutions across the country.
To Make Health care affordable HEALTH INSURANCE PENETRATION MUST INCREASE
Lack of health insurance and its low penetration causes further challenge towards access to healthcare. With 75 percent of the Indian population paying for healthcare services from their own pockets, it puts tremendous financial burden.”
REGIONALIZATION CAN BE ADDRESSED BY IMPROVING ACCESS AND EQUITY
To improve primary healthcare, sub-centres, the first health post for the community.
In addition to this, district hospitals too should be strengthened to provide high quality secondary care, some elements of essential tertiary care, and training to different categories of healthcare providers.
Adopting PPP for having more hospitals in tier 2 & 3 cities.
To provide essential medicines and diagnostics free of cost at all public facilities.
To strengthen regulatory systems: from hospital accreditation to health professional education and from drug licensing to mandatory adoption of standard management guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of different disease conditions at each level of healthcare.
LITIGATION RATES ARE BOUND TO INCREASE SO HEALTH INDEMNITY IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR DOCTORS & INCREASE PATIENT SAFETY AND IMPROVE HEALTH CARE QUALITY
To follow six International Patient Safety Goals & the Strategies for quality improvement:-
ü Continuous Audit
ü Continuous feedback
ü Continuous Training
Tools for quality improvement:-
ü Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
ü Plan Do Study Act (PDSA)
ü Six Sigma Lean
ü Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
ROLE OF ACCREDITATION IN
JCI - 19
NABH - 221
NABL – 67
Key For Furthur Growth
· Prevention Is Better Then Cure
Focus On Preventive Health Checkup
Adopting Healthy Lifestyle
Noncommunicable Diseases Control -Hypertention,Diabettis,Cancer
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