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Govt hospitals matram bagu cheyakandi

Free medicine free education(till high scool) kosam emaina chesthe bagubtundi ilanti gimmiks kakunda 

Same applicable for state govt as well 

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3 hours ago, gnk@vja said:

Govt hospitals matram bagu cheyakandi

Free medicine free education(till high scool) kosam emaina chesthe bagubtundi ilanti gimmiks kakunda 

Same applicable for state govt as well 

Next 4 yrs approx 2 lakh small community health clinics target. If this happens then load on govt. hospitals will decrease

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4 hours ago, Dravidict said:

Amount gurinchi kaadu uncle, copy scheme ki kuda vaadi name tho pracharam endukani

Manam kuda marcham kadha ntr vaidyaseva ani everyone wants some credit for major schemes

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generics market was completely dominated by indian companies with poor quality medicines....avi mana country lo thappa evan pakka asian desallo kooda allow cheyatla....and modi promised many incentives to biopharma but none fulfilled....he is biggest disappointment in that secotr and make in india lo kooda phrma chala hopes pettukundi...many int companies wanted to colloborate but andulo kooda encouraging ga levu...so unna vallu kooda jump last 4 years lo many production plants close chesai...

but chemical pharma like aurbindo made good progress esp by buying outside companies...adi india paristhithi...

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43 minutes ago, Naren_EGDT said:

Arogya sri ki already telugu states paying. Malli 40% aa scheme ki ante states ki burden. Instead arogya sri limit penchi deaseas cover penchithe saripoddi emo ga. State ki credit untadi

I think AP might merge and use the schemes

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As Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his government's ambitious healthcare schemeAyushman Bharat on Sunday, five states remained unconvinced. Telangana, Odisha, Delhi, Kerala and Punjab have said they will not implement the programme till their concerns are addressed since they have better health assurance schemes.

PM Modi has taken exception to this. Addressing a gathering in Odisha on Saturday, he accused Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik of ignoring a programme that is bound to help his state. "Everyone is aware of the importance of the Ayushman Bharat scheme, but Naveen babu does not understand. The Odisha government should come forward and join the programme," he said during political campaigns in the state ahead of the assembly and parliamentary polls.

Mr Patnaik made light of the taunt, pointing out that his state's Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana covers many more people than Ayushman Bharat and provides Rs. 7 lakh to women as opposed to the central programme's Rs. 5 lakh. He suggested that PM Modi focus his energies on curbing the rising prices of fuel in the country instead of picking on a state that already has a good healthcare programme.

Ayushman Bharat, dubbed as the world's largest government-funded healthcare scheme, is expected to benefit 50 crore citizens. Thirty-one states and union territories have agreed to implement the programme that will entitle nearly 10 crore economically backward families to health coverage of Rs. 5 lakh each.

"The government is pursuing a holistic approach towards the betterment of the health sector. While it focuses on affordable healthcare on one hand, emphasis is also laid on preventive healthcare," PM Modi said during the launch event. "The number of Ayushman Bharat beneficiaries is almost equal to the population of Canada, Mexico and the United States put together."

NITI Aayog member Dr Vinod Paul said the scheme -- to be funded on a 60:40 ratio by the centre and state -- will come into effect from September 25, the birth anniversary of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ideologue Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay.

Kerala was particularly scathing in its criticism of the centre's flagship health scheme. In an interview with The Indian Express, State Finance Minister Thomas Isaac recently raised questions on the "feasibility" of the scheme that was obviously a "big hoax".

Mr Isaac wondered how the government would implement the scheme at such a big scale. "The subsidy ceiling for the current RSBY scheme of Rs. 30,000 benefit is Rs. 1,250. The subsidy for the Ayushman scheme, with benefits of Rs. 5 lakh, is Rs. 1,110. Is it possible to have such a jump in benefits for lower premium?" he asked the newspaper.

Telangana rejected the scheme on the grounds that its Aarogyasri scheme covers 70 per cent of the state's population while the Ayushman Bharat will only benefit 80 lakh people. According to news daily Deccan Chronicle, the state government also believes that the Prime Minister's photograph on the Ayushman Bharat card will result in the ruling BJP getting undue publicity in the run-up to the parliamentary elections.

While Delhi does not have an existing insurance scheme, it expressed dissatisfaction with the Ayushman Bharat's proposed target of 6 lakh families -- which is just 3 per cent of its 2-crore population. Punjab also held similar reservations.

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1 hour ago, Chandasasanudu said:

generics market was completely dominated by indian companies with poor quality medicines....avi mana country lo thappa evan pakka asian desallo kooda allow cheyatla....and modi promised many incentives to biopharma but none fulfilled....he is biggest disappointment in that secotr and make in india lo kooda phrma chala hopes pettukundi...many int companies wanted to colloborate but andulo kooda encouraging ga levu...so unna vallu kooda jump last 4 years lo many production plants close chesai...

but chemical pharma like aurbindo made good progress esp by buying outside companies...adi india paristhithi...

Exports of pharmaceuticals products from India increased from US$6.23 billion in 2006-07 to US$8.7 billion in 2008-09 a combined annual growth rate of 21.25%.

India exported $11.7 billion worth of pharmaceuticals in 2014. Pharmaceutical export from India stood at US$ 17.27 billion in 2017-18, and is expected to grow by 30 per cent to reach US$ 20 billion by the year 2020.

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1 hour ago, minion said:

so is it a version of medicaid? some pathetic copy of obamacare?

modicare? konchemaina siggupadandi ... 

vellaku elagu ledanuko ... 

Obamacare ke dikku divana ledhu daniki malli copy kuda

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3 minutes ago, Kiran said:

Obamacare ke dikku divana ledhu daniki malli copy kuda

correcte  ... modi and his supporters uddaristharu mari ... 

endukulendi ... ee topic meeda ... nenu ban kavatam thappa no use ... 

 

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7 hours ago, Kiran said:

Exports of pharmaceuticals products from India increased from US$6.23 billion in 2006-07 to US$8.7 billion in 2008-09 a combined annual growth rate of 21.25%.

India exported $11.7 billion worth of pharmaceuticals in 2014. Pharmaceutical export from India stood at US$ 17.27 billion in 2017-18, and is expected to grow by 30 per cent to reach US$ 20 billion by the year 2020.

pharma antey akkada only vaccines..us and europe vaccines productions close chesai due to low marjins...china ekkuva and konchem india nunchi importing and selling on their brand...compare same with china...manam china meeda depend aie edo exports thopu anattu ee sollu articles

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9 hours ago, Chandasasanudu said:

pharma antey akkada only vaccines..us and europe vaccines productions close chesai due to low marjins...china ekkuva and konchem india nunchi importing and selling on their brand...compare same with china...manam china meeda depend aie edo exports thopu anattu ee sollu articles

Blank statements iche badhulu supporting data pettara how Pharma is down. Nenu chusina reports anni pointing towards increased growth rate. Jan Aushadi centres are disrupting few Pharma business model. Other than that I don’t see anything of major concern in this sector.

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4 hours ago, Kiran said:

Blank statements iche badhulu supporting data pettara how Pharma is down. Nenu chusina reports anni pointing towards increased growth rate. Jan Aushadi centres are disrupting few Pharma business model. Other than that I don’t see anything of major concern in this sector.

edo magazines lo chaduvutham eda untai..economic times lo kooda undi choodu 2 digits nunchi single digit padipoindi growth...

 

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https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/24/asia/modi-healthcare-election-intl/index.html

 

 "game changer"

Research unit Capital Economics said the funds for Modicare are "prohibitively small," observing that only 200 billion rupees, or 0.2% of gross domestic product, have been allocated each year.
"Better provision of health care can bring several benefits, from both an economic and wider perspective," Capital Economics said in an August 17 note. "But we doubt that Modicare will have much of an impact."
 
India spends only about 1% of its GDP on public health.
If the program is fully taken up, it would cost close to $780 billion, a huge sum for India's $2.4 trillion economy.
Access to healthcare is a major problem in India. Public hospitals are few in number and often underfunded and understaffed. The issue of healthcare is likely to feature heavily in India's forthcoming national election, which is expected before May 2019.
India has just over 1 million registered doctors and fewer than 15,000 state hospitals for its 1.3 billion people, according to government data released last year.
"I'm skeptical because I don't think enough thought is given to recruitment and training, the institutional mechanisms to ensure that you have the right workers. There's also the massive challenge of the quality of care. What we do know about India's public health system is that the quality of care provided is questionable," Yamini Aiyar, president and chief executive of the the Delhi-based Center for Policy Research think tank, told CNN.
But despite the obstacles, the program has also won applause from senior health officials.
"It is going to be a game changer," Dr. K.K. Aggarwal, former president of the Indian Medical Association, told CNN. "Health is a fundamental right and it is the state's responsibility to look after the health of people who can't afford it."
Total spending on healthcare in India averaged $267 per person in 2014 -- the latest year for which data is available -- compared to $9,403 in the United States, $3,377 in Britain and $731 in China, according to the World Bank.

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TDP leaders should do the same. Reject the Ayushaman name and ask them to support aarogya sri.

Throw some mud and muck on Modi. Allege undue favors for adani and ambani in the proposed private clinics. 

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7 hours ago, rk09 said:

"Better provision of health care can bring several benefits, from both an economic and wider perspective," Capital Economics said in an August 17 note. "But we doubt that Modicare will have much of an impact."

Ha..ha....

This will be like the MSP scheme for agriculture.

They will set the prices, but blame the states for their failures. Aarogya sri is far better

AP should reject this Ayushman BS

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17 minutes ago, Dravidict said:

lol, enti uncle idhi

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Ee filters pedithene 10koka families aa varini

Hope they will expand slowly to other people by increasing budget 

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Ayushman Bharat can be a model to develop low cost healthcare systems in other parts of the world: GE Healthcare 
 

GE Healthcare, one of world's largest medical device company is closely watching the developments of the Ayushman Bharat, as it thinks if this scheme succeeds it can be a model to develop low cost healthcare systems across the developing world. Kieran Murphy, CEO and President of GE Healthcare who is in India for the first time after taking charge of the company last year, said that as governments across the world look at getting the most out of their systems, the company is working towards developing products that drives healthcare productivity at lower cost. 

The flagship insurance scheme of the current NDA government that promises to cover 40 million Indians with a insurance cover of Rs 5 lakh, has attracted the likes of all healthcare providers who are hoping to cash on with their solutions to the massive healthcare scheme. GE is no different. 
"As we look at Ayushman Bharat, I think this starts to work, we can really develop systems around healthcare that can drive down cost, it is going to be extremely powerful for healthcare around the world", Murphy said. The one year old CEO of the $20billion medical device company is in the middle of a spin off as it fights off competition from its rivals like Siemens and Phillips among others in its imaging business. 

Localisation is an important part of GE's business, Murphy explained as it looks to bring variable cost in India to drive cost and improve productivity. 

Part of this strategy is an collaboration that the company has entered with SAMEER, an R&D unit under Department of Electronics and Information Technology on research, design and development of a 1.5T MRI platform. The clinical trial is expected to start by end of 2019. SAMEER has received a funding of $6 million from the government to build the first prototype. This is first of its kind industry collaboration for the research body that is based out of IIT Bombay. 

"We create capacity in an industry that is growing through huge amount of change in developing world where you are going to see 1 or 2 billion people in the next 10 years entering, effectively a brand new market for healthcare". Every single government around the world is looking at bringing down cost of healthcare. That is why scale of GE is helpful for us, because we can talk to governments across the world about how we can use initiatives of GE to improve productivity", Murphy told ET. 
One of the key aspects of India healthcare market according to GE is how healthcare providers are looking at ways to squeeze cost out of every procedure- right from a complex heart surgery or through diagnosis. Some of our customers that we met, Murphy said are masters in trying to drive productivity. 

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/healthcare/biotech/healthcare/ayushman-bharat-can-be-a-model-to-develop-low-cost-healthcare-systems-in-other-parts-of-the-world-ge-healthcare/articleshow/66125192.cms

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Dr Dinesh Arora‏ @drdineshias Oct 7

2 weeks of #AyushmanBharat #PMJAY & major milestone achieved. >50000 poor patients treated/admitted in empanelled hospitals.

 

Dr. Indu Bhushan‏ @ibhushan 

Delighted to share another #AyushmanBharat milestone. We have issued more than 1 Lakh #PMJAY eCards to beneficiaries. 100188 Golden Records made so far!

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1 hour ago, Kiran said:

Dr Dinesh Arora‏ @drdineshias Oct 7

2 weeks of #AyushmanBharat #PMJAY & major milestone achieved. >50000 poor patients treated/admitted in empanelled hospitals.

 

Dr. Indu Bhushan‏ @ibhushan 

Delighted to share another #AyushmanBharat milestone. We have issued more than 1 Lakh #PMJAY eCards to beneficiaries. 100188 Golden Records made so far!

What ever Kiran bro. If we see the above eligible criteria really wrost scheme.  No use for middle class people.  Arogya sree is far better scheme.  

Central govt half scheme implement chesi fail ayite state govts ni blame cheyatam correct kadu kada.

Edited by Suresh_Ongole

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Asalu benificiery criteria ne illogical anipistundi....not only this scheme,most of the schema in India.

Example: take arogya sri...eligibility is ration card...assuming 100000 is family income as criteria he gets benefit of 2.5l per year.assume he or his family's got benefited with one major surgery in a year..another family with 1,20000 income,no ration card and no arogya sri...got spent same own 2.5 lak per major surgery...just matter of 20000 diff he lost 2.5 and now he becomes poor since he will bring same amount as debt.

Same to this ayushmann bhava also...person can buy bike not because he is affordable and he will buy it due to nature of his job/business even it is small

Numbers I have given are example

Instead of this person should benefit based on proporinary to his income

Edited by kishbab

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16 hours ago, Suresh_Ongole said:

What ever Kiran bro. If we see the above eligible criteria really wrost scheme.  No use for middle class people.  Arogya sree is far better scheme.  

Central govt half scheme implement chesi fail ayite state govts ni blame cheyatam correct kadu kada.

The target is not middle class. The criteria based on 2011 scec not current.

extension to 50cr families or alternative options might come at later time 

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More than 116,000 beneficiaries have been treated since its launch. Payments to the hospitals is being done based on pre-defined package rates by the Govt or the insurance co.

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