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India: Blueprint for Govt., Private Sector Tie-Up in Health Services Soon: Nadda


Bhopal: Reiterating the government’s commitment to deliver health services to each and every person, Union Health Minister J P Nadda has said the Centre intends to tie up with the private sector for it and a blueprint in this regard will be framed soon. “The Centre is working on an elaborate plan to roll out a blueprint for health services with the participation of the private sector in next two months and is committed to provide it to the last man of the society,” Mr Nadda said, delivering a lecture on ‘Universal Healthcare: Forging Partnerships with the Private Sector’ here.
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India: A Start-up to Ensure Smooth Passage of Ambulances


While the road traffic density goes up every year and resolving the traffic congestion isn’t something that can be solved overnight, Visakhapatnam based start-up Greenline Labs has come up with a technology that works to make emergency services in India more efficient and effective by reducing delays, thereby help save more lives. The start-up that is presently incubated at Start-up Accelerator India – the joint venture of AP Government and Singapore-based GOVIN Capital – is led by the core team of Sri Vishnu Ayyagari, Sree Charan Aradhyula, Ram Subhash, Santosh Varma, Rohi Joseph and Prasanth Avadhani.
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India: Hospitals to Train Drivers to Handle Medical Emergencies


Mumbai: To handle medical emergencies like cardiac arrest, two leading hospitals have decided to train auto-rickshaw and bus drivers in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the hospitals said on September 28.\r\nAccording to medical experts, CPR is a procedure that combines chest compressions and artificial ventilation to maintain circulatory flow and oxygenation during cardiac arrest, leading to improved survival and neurological outcomes.
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India: Punjab Tells Health Dept to be ready for Emergency


Chandigarh: Following an emergency meeting of senior health officials, all civil surgeons in the border districts have been directed by the government to make necessary arrangements to deal with any kind of emergency situation. The health department will set up camps and rope in the staff from the rural development department.\r\nBesides, the district health officials have been asked to keep ready the emergency wards with medicines, stretchers and ambulances. Principal Secretary, Health, Vini Mahajan, confirmed the development. 
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India: Now, Odisha Hospitals Cant Say No to Emergency Patient Considering Paying Capacity


Bhubaneswar: Hospitals can\\\'t deny treatment to any emergency patient by considering the patient\\\'s paying capacity. The Odisha assembly on last day of its monsoon session on Thursday passed the Odisha Clinical Establishments (control and regulation) Amendment Bill, 2016, under which any clinical establishment has to extend medical examination and treatment to stabilize the emergency medical condition of any individual brought to them as possible with the staff and facilities available with them.
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