Ppt on health care industry in india

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ACADEMY

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISION ACT, 1952 GENERAL / INTRODUCTORY: A major social security legislation in India for benefit of the workers in general employed in Industrial/Commercial sectors. Targeted for extending post service/survivors support to the member/family / health care etc. were lacking.  After independence, the Government of India in keeping with the directive principles of State Policy enacted various laws and measures in safe guarding the welfare of the people, and securing assistance in cases/


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in 2013, little higher than the 2.3 percent achieved in 2012. Union Commerce Ministry claimed that India has crossed One Billion Mark in Tea Production The Union Commerce Ministry of India in the third week of January 2013 released figures and it mentioned that tea-industry in India/ SG Highway in Ahmedabad. Apart from the BHK apartments, GPL will also create facilities for the purpose of health-care, retail, banking, public transport, recreation and education. Reliance Launched New Health Scheme Reliance /


Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University

in India Bt Plants Bt-resistant insects also noted in Puerto Rico and South Africa (moths) and U.S. (beetles) Monsanto pays fines for bribing Indonesian and Turkish officials to accept Bt plants 2010: India halts release of GM brinjal (i.e., aubergine, eggplant) 2012: India establishes 10 year moratorium on field trials of Bt crops Health/ major industry in Oregon Oregon agricultural production $4.1 billion in 2009 Over/of food crops whose cultivation has been carefully perfected over 10,000 years 2008 US/


A Learning Center for Practising Engineers, Scientists and Managers Center for Climate Change Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) Andhra Pradesh.

health care services. But its easy there as, their people work in organized sector. Whereas in India only 40% population work in organized sector, rest 60% approx.. live in rural area and work in unorganized sector. A Learning Center for Practising Engineers, Scientists and Managers For India/non- required surgery  Corruption / Bribing  Other factors like; Absence of Planned cities / Industrial clusters Nexus Misuse of Government schemes like “Aarogyasri” Politicians looking for short term benefits 14 /


The Spectrum of Concierge Care: Scientific, Ethical, and Policy Issues Martin Donohoe.

billion industry Medical Tourism Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Adverse effects on health care availability in foreign/


Prof K Srinath Reddy President Public Health Foundation of India Professor of Cardiology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Bernard Lown Professor.

(KERALA, INDIA) (Harikrishnan, 2010) Catastrophic health expenditures (72.9%) Distress Financing Common (50%) 40% of CVD patients lost sources of income 82% did not have health insurance 13%/Health Warnings) - Infrastructure (Urban Design & Transport) - Agro-Industrial (Production; Processing; Pricing) - Trade (WTO Regulations; Trade Agreements) RESEARCH ON NCDs (PRACTICE) Objective To effectively integrate evidence based practices into PRIMARY HEALTH CARE for preventing and reducing the risk of NCDs in/


11 Karnataka THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

and Jewargi food parks which had been approved by Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India. AUGUST 2012 49 THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES → Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) is Indias largest fast moving consumer goods company, with leadership in Home & Personal Care Products and Foods & Beverages. It recorded revenues of US$ 4.53 billion during/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

% between 1990 and 1998 This gap is higher in the U.S. than in any other industrialized nation This gap is higher in the U.S. than in any other industrialized nation Maldistribution of wealth Less than 4% of the combined wealth of the 225 riches individuals in the world would pay for ongoing access to basic education, health care (including reproductive health care), adequate food, safe water, and adequate sanitation/


WELCOME RDC/ CUTS/ BRCC-Gujarat : 11-9-2012 1 Promoting Responsible Business in Pharmaceuticals and Private Healthcare Sector STATE LEVEL STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE.

38  65.75 % hospitals reported having a CSR policy in place  89.04% private hospitals reported providing free of cost/concessional treatment to BPL or poor patients  83.10 % hospitals reported no awareness about NVGs Findings from Private Health care Association RDC/ CUTS/ BRCC-Gujarat : 11-9-2012 39  Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ACCII):  Challenges relating to the Private Healthcare and/


Healthcare An Unprecedented Opportunity. Healthcare  India - An Overview  Market and Growth Potential  Players  Opportunities  Why India?  Contact.

and facilities in India Increase in5% of GDP by 2010 health spend Increasing budgetary Over 20 % per annum allocation 2005 Union Budget Infrastructure status not conferred 2005-06 Custom Tariff on Rates reduced from20% to 15% medical equipment Policy Advantage March 2005 Healthcare  India - An Overview  Market and Growth Potential  Players  Opportunities  Why India?  Contact in India Indian Healthcare Federation c/o Confederation of Indian Industry The Mantosh/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

tracking system HI bill would prohibit cultivation of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Particularly school/


Healthcare September 2006. HEALTHCARE Healthcare: Market Size & Growth Healthcare emerged as one of the largest service sectors in India In 2004, national.

Eye care Preventive health checks Orthopedics surgery Cosmetics Cardiology Surgerical Specialty Cosmetic surgery Dental surgery Vision correction Organ transplants Hip replacement Cardiac bypass surgery HEALTHCARE Hospital Services – Attracting private investors The market for hospital services in India is / of Johns Hopkins International of the US, to set up a diagnostic laboratory in Hyderabad. US$ 500 mn domestic pathology industry has been growing over the last 5 years at an estimated CAGR of 20/


1. “ It is not pieces of gold & silver but health that is the real wealth ” “ It is not pieces of gold & silver but health that is the real wealth ” Mahatma.

hypertension, diabetes and deranged lipid profiles have begun to be diagnosed Health Insurance : Future Corporate Health Care Plans 32 Health Insurance : Future Scope for Employment in Health Care related Industry Considering that only 10% of the India population of more than 1 billion is insured under Health policies, the arena of Healthcare offers a large universe for employment Specialisation in subjects like Hospital Administration, Risk Management, Actuarial Sciences will be the/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

tracking system HI bill would prohibit cultivation of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Particularly school/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

Events 28 in 2009 28 in 2009 26 in 2010 26 in 2010 24 in 2011 24 in 2011 GE Crop Failures Bt cotton in India, leading to epidemic of suicides Bt cotton in India, leading to/industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health/


The Spectrum of Concierge Care: Scientific, Ethical, and Policy Issues Martin Donohoe.

billion industry Medical Tourism Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Adverse effects on health care availability in foreign/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

tracking system HI bill would prohibit cultivation of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Particularly school/


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Health Insurance, Pharmaceuticals, Public Health, NGOs, Medical Equipments / Instruments, Medical Tourism and Wellness. Ranked amongst the top institutes offering M.B.A. in Hospital and Healthcare Management Program (The Economic Times) Accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Govt. of India with Grade ‘A’. A comprehensive platform delivering enriched courses which help in developing skill sets necessary for healthcare industry/ for providing geriatric care with a view to/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

tracking system HI bill would prohibit cultivation of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Particularly school/


The Spectrum of Concierge Care: Scientific, Ethical, and Policy Issues Martin Donohoe.

billion industry Medical Tourism Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Insurance plans increasingly cover (large cost savings) Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Mostly for cardiac, orthopedic, and cosmetic procedures Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Sometimes for pharmaceuticals or procedures unavailable or illegal US (e.g., PAS) Adverse effects on health care availability in foreign/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

Events 28 in 2009 28 in 2009 26 in 2010 26 in 2010 24 in 2011 24 in 2011 GE Crop Failures Bt cotton in India, leading to epidemic of suicides Bt cotton in India, leading to/industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food: Other Issues Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Recombinant bovine growth hormone in dairy cattle Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health/


1 MENTAL HEALTH. Framework Definition Why to focus on Mental Health? Burden of Mental Disorders Indicators of Mental Health Characteristics of Mental.

health care program in a defined populations and  training program for health workers and to devise a manual for the same First community Mental Health unit (CMHU) was started with the Dept. of Psychiatry at NIMHANS in 1975 / In Bellary, Karnataka - Mental health programme was pilot tested. It plays a major role in training in mental health and conducts projects in mental health On the recommendation of Bhore committee (in 1946), All India Institute Mental Health/


1 Purdue Discovery Lecture Series Biotech 2007: A Global Transformation G. Steven Burrill, CEO Burrill & Company West Lafayette, IN, November 8, 2007.

Life Sciences Biointelligence Report  The Burrill Japan Life Sciences Biointelligence Report  The Burrill India Life Sciences Biointelligence Report  The Burrill European Life Sciences Biointelligence Report  The Burrill /health care aspects of biotech also becoming less dominant as industrial, biofuels, ag increase in importance Clusters are redefined away from geography to virtual clusters (diseases, markets, unique industry segments) Business models continue to evolve The Predictions for Biotech in/


Tom Peters’ Re-Imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age REI500/31October2004.

week (475,000 world wide) -- All industries (wellness, telecoms, financial services … Crayola’s Big Yellow Box) -- Global: Avon, 70%; Tupperware, 75%; China & India huge -- MLM’s share of direct selling: 56% in 1990 to 82% in 2003 Case: CRM “CRM has, almost universally/the Killing Fields!) Planetree Alliance/Griffin Hospital (Put the “Care” back in Healthcare”!) Canyon Ranch (Re-imagine: Wellness-Prevention!) Healthcare’s 1-2 Punch 1.Hospital “quality control,” at least in the U.S.A., is a bad, bad joke:/


Health Insurance – Role of TPAs May 2016 Strictly Private and Confidential 1.

Care Latest Medical Advancements Stringent Accreditations Levels for Provider/ Suppliers 19 India > Health Insurance One of the forthcoming vertical under Insurance is “HealthIn spite of constraints in market dynamics, Health Insurance has continued to grow, with a CAGR of 37% Currently, 25% of population covered, however for Universal Health Coverage, the Health Insurance by 2020, is predicted to be INR 40,000 Crore Professionals required to run this industry/


Supporting Private Health in Emerging Markets February 2012.

Diagnostics  Healthcare supplies IFC works closely with a wide range of parties to provide financing solutions across the health industry. 4 4 Investment Possibilities Across Health Services and Life Sciences 5 Up to 12 years final maturity and 2 to 3 years grace period for/healthcare providers in India IFC purchased equity of US$11m and preferred shares of US$56m IFC advised MHI on operational best practices that would improve the company’s ability to become one of India’s leading health care providers IFC/


Social Security System in India Otojit Kshetrimayum Associate Fellow, VVGNLI & Anoop Kumar Satpathy Fellow, VVGNLI

Framework Labour Market Trends in India Social Security in India: Background Types of Social Security Programmes in India Social Security in Organised Sector Social security in Unorganised Sector Social Security System in India: Challenges I Labour Market Trends in India Labour Force, Workforce and/ setting up 5 Labour Welfare Funds to provide health care, education, recreation, housing and water supply to workers employed in certain non-coal mines, beedi industry and cine workers. The finances are raised by/


Future Trends in Healthcare Farhad Zargari, MD, PhD

in 1984 (Department of Health and Human Services 2013). It is forecast that this number could climb to 85 per cent in 2015 (Looney 2012). Growing Competition  Secondly, a growing share of these generics in the industrialized world comes from manufacturers in emerging countries, notably India/ center directly to the hospital (pharmacy or ward) or even the physician specialist at point of care. Differentiating Supply Chains  The move towards differentiated supply chains is driven by several things: by /


SINHA V. D. Professor and head, Department of Neurosurgery, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur - India President, Neurotrauma society of India.

minimum standards are difficult to maintain at the primary care center level  Injuries are a major public health problem today, increasing significantly due to rapid motorization, industrialization, migration and changing value systems of Indian society.  Instantaneous deaths, health care consequences and the tremendous suffering and poor quality of life among survivors warrants immediate remedy.  Trauma care in India has improved in recent times but far away from being a/


The Expanding Web Platform May 2010 New Delhi, India Jeff Jaffe Jeff Jaffe.

of the vertical frameworks will relate to the Semantic Web Every industry will represent itself in a standard way on the Web Every industry will represent itself in a standard way on the Web Metadata and Semantic Web key components Metadata and Semantic Web key components First industries are: eGov, Health-Care, Finance First industries are: eGov, Health-Care, Finance Expansion: People Photo: davidkingdavidking Social Networking Social Networking leverages many/


Country Introduction: INDIA India (IAST: Bhārat), officially the Republic of India (IAST: Bhārat Ga ṇ arājya), is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-

to say that only 3% to 5% of Indians are covered by health insurance policies. Medical Tourism India is one of the major players in this industry Its price is the lowest among any nation in the world attracting about 1.27 million medical tourists every year. Public health care system in India Healthcare is one of Indias largest service sectors. The 12th five-year plan (2012–17) aims to/


IMPORTANT LABOUR AND FACTORY LEGISLATIONS IN INDIA

INC KANNUR ESI Act * Applies to factories and establishments functioning in the notified area and consisting of 10 or more employees.   * Provides for health care and cash benefits in cases of sickness, maternity and employment injury. * The Act/ Act to regulate certain conditions of service of sales promotion employees in certain establishments, in the first instance, engaged in pharmaceutical industry It extends to the whole of India MADHU , INC KANNUR APPLICATION OF CERTAIN ACTS Provides for APPLICATION /


Clinical Trials in Low Resource Settings Ian Magrath www.inctr.org.

(accrual complete) Treatment and study of ALL in India - 4 Indian centers Treatment and study of ALL in India - 4 Indian centers Treatment and study of Burkitts Lymphoma in Africa - 4 centers in 3 countries (expanded access in Tanzania) Treatment and study of Burkitts Lymphoma in Africa - 4 centers in 3 countries (expanded access in Tanzania) Palliative care; provision and training – 4 countries Palliative care; provision and training – 4 countries Expansion of/


An Analysis. This entry in the notification exempts services provided to UNO or specified international organisation. UNO has not been defined and it.

health care, authorised medical practitioner and clinical establishment is defined in the notification as under:- 2(t) health care services means any service by way of diagnosis or treatment or care for illness, injury, deformity, abnormality or pregnancy in any recognised system of medicines in India/a) a civil structure or any other original works meant predominantly for use other than for commerce, industry, or any other business or profession; (b) a historical monument, archaeological site or remains of /


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in ME and APAC Threaten Supply-Demand Balance 14 Beauty ProductsFashionAesthetic DesignHealthcare Personal Care Functional Foods Fitness Personal Protection THE CHEMICALS & MATERIALS INDUSTRY MAKES THESE POSSIBLE Health and Wellness Drives Products and Concepts Such As: 15 Towards Better Health/ of Growth Opportunities Opportunity Analysis: Attractive Segments by Key Regions Source: Frost & Sullivan INDIA CHINA EUROPE UNITED STATES Market Size Growth Rate CAGR 2009-2020 Textile Chemicals Paints and Coatings/


feed them. • Efforts to manage population are being done by the Government as well as by non-governmental organizations in the field of health care, family planning and education. ​ 2: Boundaries: Pakistan shares boundaries with four countries. • China in the northeast: About 600 km long border in the Northern Areas. Silk Route is a major link for trade and traveling. • Afghanistan: North and Northwest about/


1 All India Chartered Accountants Society 4th Workshop on Service Tax (Session XX II) Date: 23 July, 2011 Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal New DelhiFCA, FCS, ACIS(UK)

person covered by health insurance scheme. In case of service to employees, service may be in relation to health check up / preventive care. In case of service to employees, service may be in relation to health check up / preventive care. In case of persons covered under insurance scheme, service may be in relation to health checkup / treatment In case of persons covered under insurance scheme, service may be in relation to health checkup / treatment Payment/


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COMMUNITY HEALTH AND PUBLIC HEALTH ACTIVITIES

Medicine,Govt. of India “Role of Yogic Practices in the Management of Patients with chronic backache problems with particular reference activity related efficiency” OBJECTIVE To investigate various determinants in patients with chronic backache/in M.D. (Medicine) & M.S. (Gen. Surgery) INSTITUTE OF HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY & INFORMATION GNM (General Nursing & Midwifery) PG DMLT DMLT, X-ray, CT Scan, OT Technician, Optometry, EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) RECOGNITIONS Recognised as a Scientific & Industrial/


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to the person involved. TRAFFICKING DEFINITIONS and BACKGROUND Fastest growing criminal industry in the world, tied with illegal arms trade and following the drug /in the fight against CSEC Bangladesh, India, Nepal Peer support projects in high risk areas Trained in media and advocacy skills Peer psychosocial care Established for the large numbers of children trafficked in South Asia Estimates India 350,000 Nepal 40,000 Bangladesh 29,000 Caring for Victims of Sexual Trafficking Clinical and Public Health/


Negative List & Mega Exemptions in Service Tax Presented by CA Virendra Parwal B.Com, FCA, LLB. 1 Workshop on Service Tax at ICAI Jaipur Branch on 04 th.

organisation in respect of a religious pilgrimage facilitated by the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India, under bilateral arrangement; 46 charitable activities” means activities relating to - (i) public health by way of - (a) care or/restoration of:–  a civil structure or any other original works meant predominantly for use other than for commerce, industry, or any other business or profession;  a historical monument, archaeological site or remains of national importance, archaeological/


Industry and Analysis’ Spotlight on Medical Devices

sector is weathering a perfect storm caused by three concurrent trends: the move toward value-based health care, growing regulatory pressures, and resource constraints within the industry itself. [To solve current] challenges in a highly regulated industry with numerous parties and conflicting interests…companies must find new ways to create, deliver and /5 48% China 1892.3 2,361.9 10,199.6 23% Germany 2746.9 2,784.3 19,392.4 14% India 461.7 503.3 3,000.2 16% ASEAN 955.1 1,084.7 4,456.0 24% Saudi 232.9 257/


Reproductive (Medical) Tourism HSS 2121 April 1, 2009 Raywat Deonandan, PhD Assistant Professor, Health Sciences, University of Ottawa.

What do you do? You Go Abroad Example – In Virginia Mason medical centre in Seattle, 33% of patients are Canadian, most seeking to buy donor eggs – In India, “reproductive tourism” is a $450 million industry Reproductive Tourism The phenomenon of going abroad to seek/is not your husband’s – Quality of care – surrogate’s physical health is maintained, but only to the extent that it benefits her pregnancy. What of social and mental health? What of her removal from care-giving milieu of her own community? If /


WELCOME TO THE INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF THE EXPERIMENT.

habits also vary widely within India. In some places traditional families use the right hand, instead of cutlery, for eating food. Urban families usually use forks, knives, and spoons. Leisure Time The Indian film industry is one of the worlds largest/. If you are one who is interested in alternative health care, here is an opportunity to work in one such hospital. Volunteers can work with patients and learn interesting aspects of this method of health care. The hospital is known for its infrastructure and/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods, Biopharming and rBGH Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

rBGH-free Some schools going rBGH-free PSR Campaign for Safe Food ANA, Health Care Without Harm, AMA President Ron Davis (’07-’08), BMJ all oppose rBGH ANA, Health Care Without Harm, AMA President Ron Davis (’07-’08), BMJ all oppose rBGH /prohibit cultivation of industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals in food or feed crops, ban outdoor testing of such crops, and create a regulatory tracking system PSR Campaign for Safe Food Health and environmental risks of food irradiation Health and environmental risks /


Impact of Environmental Dimensions on Oil Industry

volatile organic compounds) etc. Air pollution has both acute and chronic effects on human health. Health effects range anywhere from minor irritation of eyes and the upper respiratory system to chronic/India and Tata Steel are among the companies that have recently joined a UN climate change initiative for business leaders, according to the UN Global Compact, which partners industry. Some 230 companies from around the world have signed up for this “Caring for the Climate” initiative since it was launched in/


1 Trade and Health and the Bretton Woods Family Trade and Health and the Bretton Woods Family David Legge International People’s Health University November.

abroad) Commercial presence (foreign owned health insurance, foreign owned health care corporations) Commercial presence (foreign owned health insurance, foreign owned health care corporations) The presence of natural persons (flying doctors) The presence of natural persons (flying doctors) 27 Australia’s health-related GATS commitments 28 The GATS renewal Criticisms of GATS 1994 by financial services industry Criticisms of GATS 1994 by financial services industry Article XIX. Commitment to renegotiation/


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a new way of thinking about the health care system. The focus should be on the value delivered by the health care system, and how it can be enhanced.  STATE OF HEALTHCARE IN INDIA: The report measures the competitiveness of/ any event & awards that suits your business interests and enhances your position in the industry Institute for Competitiveness, India is an independent, international initiative centred in India, dedicated to enlarging and disseminating the body of research and knowledge on competition/


Victor J Dzau, MD James B Duke Professor of Medicine

health care industry is problematic for innovation to have a transformative impact as each sector of the innovation and care systems function as independent silos: Research and development Commercialization Clinical care delivery/patient care Community and public health Policy Insurers/payers Each of these sectors exist in separate entities (University, industry/ SCRI Duke Med Global India Medi-City Care Group China Duke-PKUHSC partnership Dubai Health & Wellness Trials conducted in 63 countries DCRI’s /


AFFORDABLE EFFICACIOUS MEDICINES ALL ROADS LEAD TO INDIA

health business Vetoquinol, France Wockhardt (vet division) Buyout Access to Indian market Abbott Lab., USA Wockhardt (nutrition Div) buyout July 2009 Access to Indian nutrition market Reckitt Benckister, UK Paras Pharma Takeover March 2010 Access to OTC market Litha ealth-care/world’s vaccines are manufactured in India – exported to over 150 countries - accounts for 60–80% of annual UN vaccine purchases Over 300 companies in operation Among the five rising biotech industries in Asia-Pacific Annual revenue /


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