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NATHEALTH Signs MoU With Association Of Healthcare Providers (India) (AHPI)

They sign MoU to boost Information Sharing, PPP & Advocacy to collaborate and achieve Quality Healthcare for all citizens in India. This brings together a network of over 15,000 hospitals, labs and diagnostics chains, healthcare service providers, equipment manufacturers, investors, knowledge partne

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Homoeopathic Institutions Need Cutting-edge Research Facilities: Anil Baijal, Delhi LG

Third International Conference on “Homeoprophylaxis: A Worldwide Choice for Disease Prevention; Evidence and Education - the Keys to Change” in New Delhi on January 11-12 highlights preventive and curative advantages of Homoeopathy.

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NATHEALTH Recommends GST Relief For Healthcare Sector

NATHEALTH recommends the government to make Healthcare a priority sector to meet the long term funding and financing requirements and accelerate its funding commitment to 2.5 per cent GDP as outlined in National Health Policy 2017.

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Health Researchers, Policy-makers Urges To Bridge Know-do Gap

This involves building the capacity of researchers to convert information into data and knowledge that can be used and increasing their ability to synthesize various sources of knowledge into policy-usable matters.

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Experts Deliberate On Medical Devices Bill With Focus On Global Harmonization

NITI Aayog discusses the roadmap to create a robust regulatory regime with relevant industry stakeholders.

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Dr Harsh Vardhan to Announce Scale-up of Innovations for Accelerating India’s Resolve to Eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis

The symposium is to be inaugurated by Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare and will include representation from NITI Aayog and senior government officials from 21 States and UTs.

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Indian Nephrology Community Welcomes Health Ministry move to come up with Guidelines for Establishing Peritoneal Dialysis Services

The first phase of the program envisaged setting up of hemodialysis centers in all districts, Given that peritoneal dialysis avoids the substantial costs of infrastructure set up and maintenance and staffing reduces the demand on the healthcare system and offers patient autonomy, the decision has n

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Universal Health Care has the Potential to Boost Economic Growth

UHC has the potential to boost economic growth, improve educational opportunities, reduce impoverishment and inequalities, and foster cohesion. Steps taken for achieving UHC will address public health challenges and vice versa.

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IVF Experts call for early implementation of Assisted Reproductive Technology Laws

Fertility experts expect that now ICMR would take urgent action to once again re-introduce the Bill in Parliament.

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25 Members of NMC Finalised Till Today: Health Ministry

Nine representatives from various SMCs have been selected from Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim, Kerala, Karnataka, Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, and Manipur.

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