Why are doctors not more unhappy about unhappy patients?

Dr. Sylvia Karpagam The article in Bangalore Mirror on the 28th of November by Dr. N Prabhudev          “Unhappy doctors, Unhappy patients’ requires another point of view. Dr. Prabhudev writes about many ‘characters’ in the ‘sad episode’ of the controversial KPME Act, with no one having ‘won’ in the end. He says patients died for want... Continue Reading →


Regulation is crucial

Deccan Herald Link Himanshu M, Dec 1 2017, 1:27 IST The proposed amendment to the Karnataka Private Medical Establishment Act, 2007, has brought into focus the fault lines between the government and private medical establishments. Citing public interest, the government has sought to regulate quality and prices in the private sector and protect patients from... Continue Reading →

Karnataka: Residents want state government to pass KPME amendment without dilution

IndiaToday Link The Residents claim that political parties are more interested in supporting private hospitals rather than the rights of patients. Nolan Pinto | Posted By: Neha Vashishth Bengaluru, November 21, 2017 | UPDATED 16:23 IST A +A - Photo: PTI After a truce between the state government and the doctors was hammered last week, now residents belonging to various... Continue Reading →

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