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Old April 8th, 2010, 08:27 PM   #41
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Narayana Hrudayalaya signs agreement with Cayman govt

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Narayana Hrudayalaya, a Bangalore based multi-speciality heartcare hospital, has signed an agreement with the Government of Cayman Island to build a health city at Grand Cayman under a joint venture.

Cayman Island has provided major concessions to help Narayana Hrudayalaya to set up the multi-superspeciality hospital with 2,000 beds in four phases over a period of two years, a statement issued here said.

The agreement signed on Wednesday envisages construction of a 200-bed hospital in the first phase for heart, cancer, ortho and gastro intestinal surgery. Part of the health city will have a large facility of assisted living for elderly Americans. Cayman Islands has also allowed Narayana Hrudayalaya to set up a world class medical university to train doctors, nurses and paramedical students from American, Canadian, South American and Caribbean region, the statement added said.
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Puttur City Hospital, Putturu, Dakshina Kannada


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Whether all district centers in Karnataka have multispeciality hospitals (public or private or ppp)? We need to have multispeciality hospitals in every taluk center with about 200-bed minimum. When this could be achieved? Year 2020?
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Vasan Eye Care to invest Rs 280 cr for global and domestic market expansion

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In Bangalore, it has a total of four hospitals and facilities in Karnataka at Hubli, Belgaum, Dharwad, Mangalore. It is now looking to increase its footprint in Davengere, Shimoga, Bellary by the end of this year.
Most of the regional center are going to have eye care centers.
Why Gulbarga is missed out?
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Buying health: who pays?

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The health insurance scheme has started well in a few states, particularly Kerala and Gujarat. My own experience with the much talked-about Yashaswini scheme in Karnataka was otherwise. I first heard of it from a well-to-do farmer who had availed of the benefits, because the scheme stipulates that an individual must own a certain area of land to qualify. It had nothing for the landless who are the poorest among rural folk. So while this owner of a farm underwent heart surgery at no expense, his labourer's wife had to pay for surgery on her fractured hip. Rural hospitals registered to treat insured patients complain that they have to overcome a lot of red tape and long delays before being paid by the government.
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Most of the regional center are going to have eye care centers.
Why Gulbarga is missed out?
Proximity of Gulbarga to Hyderabad city can be the reason.
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Old April 11th, 2010, 10:06 AM   #46
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Health programme plagued by identity crisis

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Identification of beneficiaries has become a Herculean task for successful implementation of ‘Vajpayee Arogyashree,’ an ambitious health programme launched by the State government.

The programme launched only in Gulbarga division in February has received overwhelming response till date. The majority of the beneficiaries have undergone surgery for cardiovascular, cancer, neuro and renal diseases.
However, the programme officers are finding it difficult to shortlist the beneficiaries. Joint Director of the programme Dr Pandurang R Pujari said there has been a setback in finding the ‘real’ beneficiaries.

"We do not wish to reject any application from BPL (below poverty line) families. But the applications lack authenticity and cross-checking the information has become a huge challenge,” he said.

For instance, he picked an application where a three-year-old girl required medical attention with surgery. However the application form which had a copy of the BPL card, had pictures of her parents and grandparents, but not that of the patient.

"The girl's family may be really in need of the medical attention, but the application lacks validity and hence there is a hitch in processing the form. However, we are not going to reject the application. There will be a thorough cross verification," added Dr Pujari.

He however said certain applications do get rejected as in the case of an applicant not residing in Gulbarga division or mismatch of names and age in the BPL cards.

Executive Director of the programme G Kumar Naik says that people have become very demanding after knowing about the programme. On asking, if the beneficiary patients would have to wait for a long time in the hospital to avail treatment, Naik said, "I am not adding extra beds to the hospital. I am just adding more to the existing load of patients in the hospital."

Of the 490 applications received, approval has been granted for 312 to avail treatment.

The patients can get treatment up to Rs 1.5 lakh including cardiovascular surgery, cancer treatment, neurological diseases, renal diseases, burns and neonatal care.

28 hospitals

Treatment can be availed in 28 hospitals across the State. City-based BGS Global and Narayana Hrudayalaya have contributed to most of the surgeries till date.

Patients residing in Bidar, Koppal, Raichur, Bellary, Yadgir and Gulbarga and holding a BPL card only can avail the benefits of this health programme.
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Vajpayee Arogyasri comes as a boon to BPL families

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BELLARY: M. Goneppa from Hagari Bommanahalli taluk had no option but to sell the one acre of land he possessed for his bypass surgery, which would cost him at least Rs. 1.5 lakh. When he heard about the Vajpayee Arogyasri scheme, it was as if his prayers had been answered. He not only gets to keep his land, but also go through the surgery free of cost.

Vajpayee Arogyasri is a health insurance scheme announced by the State Government for the benefit of those living below the poverty line (BPL).

Mr. Goneppa, father of three children, was undergoing treatment at Narayana Hrudayalaya for heart disease.

As he was unable to work, his wife ran the family by working as an agricultural labourer in the village.

“I have been given the Vajpayee Arogyasri card that covers me and family. With this I can undergo the surgery soon, and cost-free,” he told The Hindu.

As with Mr. Goneppa, 198 people from the district have already benefitted from the scheme.

Under the scheme, five in a family are entitled to free medical treatment, including surgeries for major ailments.An educated youth is appointed by the Suvarna Arogya Suraksha Trust in all districts, taluk hospitals and community health centres to guide beneficiaries about the medical facilities available locally and in other parts of the State.

“Around four lakh families in the district would be covered under the scheme. Special insurance card is being distributed to the BPL card holders. So far, about 14,000 cards have been given away since September 1, 2009. During March, 2010, at least 2,953 cards were distributed,” Jayakumar, District Health Officer, told The Hindu.
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Pranab to lay foundation stone for ESI hospital in Gulbarga

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It will come up on the university campus at a cost of Rs. 650 crore




START: Union Minister for Labour and Employment M. Mallikarjun Kharge inaugurating the 14th national conference of the All-India Cement Workers' Union at Wadi in Gulbarga district on Sunday.

WADI (GULBARGA DT.): Union Minister for Labour and Employment M. Mallikarjun Kharge said on Sunday that the foundation stone for the ESI Super Speciality Hospital and Medical and Dental College would be laid by Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee here on May 29.

Inaugurating the 14th national conference of the All-India Cement Workers' Union affiliated to the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) at the ACC Sports Club here on Sunday, Mr. Kharge said the proposed super-speciality hospital with medical, dental and nursing colleges would be constructed on a 30-acre plot on the Gulbarga University campus at a cost of Rs. 650 crore.

He said that the proposed super-speciality hospital and medical and dental college would be a boon to the people of the region and was a “gift to the people of Gulbarga district by the Union Government”.

“My first work after becoming Union Minister for Labour and Employment was to sanction the super-speciality hospital and medical college to Gulbarga,” Mr. Kharge said.

Mr. Kharge said that the Union Government had also sanctioned Rs. 150 crore under the Central Road Fund (CRF) for improving Yadgir-Sedam-Sulepet road at a cost of Rs. 78 crore and Afzalpur-Dudhini Road connecting Afzalpur with Maharashtra at a cost of Rs. 71 crore.

Referring to several decisions taken by the UPA Government for the welfare of workers, Mr. Kharge said that it had amended the relevant laws to bring more people under schemes for the working class.

Besides amending the Workmen Compensation Act, the Union Government had also amended the Gratuity Act by bringing the staff of aided institutions under the ambit of this Act, the maximum ceiling fixed for payment of gratuity to workers at the time of retirement had been increased from Rs. 3.5 lakh to Rs. 10 lakh. No tax would be deducted from this amount, he said.

Mr. Kharge said that the ESI Act had been amended and the monthly wage ceiling of Rs. 10,000 had been increased to Rs. 15,000 to include workers under the ESI Act for medical and other facilities.

The Industrial Disputes Act had also been amended after 21 years to provide more teeth to the labour tribunals and make their judgments statutory to avoid harassment of workers and delay in implementing the judgments, he said.
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New hospital projects

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Any updates about the new hospital projects in karnataka. I heard some big projects like medicity are coming up near to the devanahalli airport in bangalore.

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Sajith, JSS is opening its Superspeciality Hospital in Mysore


It looks damn huge.

ESI Superspecilaity
hospital at a cost of 620 crores will come up in Gulbarga-Foundation to be laid by Pranab Mukherjee-Source
I am not aware of other cities.
BSY is planning a private superspeciality hospital in Shimoga
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Sajith, JSS is opening its Superspeciality Hospital in Mysore


It looks damn huge.

ESI Superspecilaity
hospital at a cost of 620 crores will come up in Gulbarga-Foundation to be laid by Pranab Mukherjee-Source
I am not aware of other cities.
BSY is planning a private superspeciality hospital in Shimoga
Thank you akash for the updates
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Pranab to lay foundation-stone for ESIC hospital
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Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee will lay the foundation stone for a multi-specialty hospital and a medical college of the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) at Gulbarga on May 29.

The state-of-the-art healthcare complex, comprising medical, dental and nursing colleges and the 500-bed ESIC hospital, will be built at a cost of Rs 790 crore. The Union Ministry of Labour is funding the project, including the construction as well as running the institution after the completion of the work.

The project, first of its kind by the ministry in North Karnataka, aims to provide better healthcare facility to the ESIC beneficiaries coming under the jurisdiction of Gulbarga division, Union Minister for Labour and Employment Mallikarjun Kharge told Deccan Herald.

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The medical college will have 100 MBBS seats, while the dental and the nursing colleges will have 50 and 40 seats respectively. Of the total seats in all the three colleges — MBBS, BDS and Nursing — 40 per cent seats will be reserved for state students.

Apart from this, there will be 10 per cent quota each for the children of ESIC beneficiaries and contributors. The intake for students for all the three colleges will be made on the basis of all India competitive examinations. The hospital will have 12 types of ultra modern wards and there will be a super specialty treatment for major health problems. There will be 12 operation theatres, including two emergency and two maternity operation theatres.

The project, which is coming up on 30.4 acres of land, will be constructed on green building concept and it will have hostel facilities for students, accommodations for doctors and other staff, and guest houses for patients and their relatives. The construction is expected to complete in 24 months.
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Vajpayee ArogyaSri Yojana will be extended to all districts

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* Sriramulu inaugurates mega health camp held under the scheme
* The Government will bear medical expenses up to Rs. 2 lakh per family in a year
* Around 16 lakh BPL families in six districts of north Karnataka will benefit from the scheme

Raichur: Inaugurating the mega health camp held under the Vajpayee ArogyaSri Yojana at the Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) here on Thursday, Minister for Health and Family Welfare B. Sriramulu said that the Government had decided to implement the Vajpayee ArogyaSri Yojana in all districts.

He said that the Vajpayee ArogyaSri Yojana was presently being implemented in Gulbarga, Bellary, Bidar, Bijapur and Raichur. He said that it would be launched in Koppal district shortly. The mega health camp would screen people from BPL families for tertiary ailments. The scheme aimed at providing quality healthcare to BPL families so that they could get major ailments treated at corporate hospitals. The Government would bear medical expenses up to Rs. 2 lakh per family in a year.

The Minister said that the Government had selected 65 super-speciality hospitals to provide treatment to patients identified under the scheme. Around 16 lakh BPL families in six districts of north Karnataka would benefit from the scheme. Eligible families in these districts should make use of the scheme, he said.

Mr. Sriramulu said that the Arogya Kavacha scheme had received a good response. About 517 ambulances were in service all over the State. So far, they had received 1.28 crore calls from the public seeking medical help and till now more than 1.97 lakh deliveries had been successfully handled. However, because ambulances could not reach many remote villages, the Government had decided to launch mobile clinic facility, which can be availed of by dialling 104, in all the rural areas of the State.

‘Top priority to health'

Stating that the Government had accorded top priority to health, Mr. Sriramulu said that the Government had recently recruited about 562 doctors and 5,071 paramedical staff, mainly to improve healthcare in all primary health centres of the State.
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Narayana Hrudalaya

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Company: Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals
Interested in: 5,000 bed super specialty hospital, star category hotel and service apartments
Location: near Bengaluru International Airport
Investment: Rs 990 crore
Doctors’ wives vote B’lore!
The health ambassador for Karnataka used GIM to showcase the investor-friendly face of the state by narrating how easy it was for him to scale up from a 250-bed hospital to one with 3,000 beds. He believes Karnataka will emerge as a major health care hub. A pointer to this is the opinion of doctors from across the world and the snap interviews with their wives! Why interview wives? Dr Shetty explains, “I have a thumb-rule when I interview doctors. I ask their wives which city in the world would they prefer to stay. A majority prefer Bangalore.”
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Karnataka woos medical healthcare and wellness providers

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Bangalore, Jun 4 (PTI) To woo healthcare providers, Karnataka today showcased the state as an investment hub with huge market potential in various health-related fields, including medical tourism.

"Karnataka is the knowledge hub of Asia. Bangalore has been ranked number two in existence of health facilities in the country in a research by National Population Stabilisation Fund with the National Informatics Centre," Ramachandra Gowda, Minister for Medical Education said at the Global Investors Meet here.

Outlining opportunities in the healthcare and wellness sectors, he said, "it is estimated that patients from 42 countries visit Bangalore to get treatment."

Gowda said there is a need to set up sophisticated super speciality hospitals with equipment like high versions of Direct Digital Radiography, MRI machines, cyber shot cancer treatment equipment and CT scans in all districts to provide the best treatment at affordable rates.
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A booster dose for 26,000 jobless people
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The GIM has guaranteed direct employment to 26,000 people in the state’s healthcare sector. Eleven MoUs were signed on Friday in the sector, with total investment of Rs 4,500 crore.
Health minister B Sriramulu said: “We are facing problems in providing trained medical and paramedical staff. This is because of deficiency in service delivery. To solve this, we have launched schemes under PPP, providing the private sector a good opportunity for managing PHCs and government hospitals in the state.’’
Medical education minister Ramachandra Gowda said: “Bangalore comes second in healthcare service. This, as per a study done by the National Population Stabilisation Fund and National Informatics Centre. Soon, there’ll be an exclusive health city at the Bengaluru International Airport through PPP.’’
Four central locations in Bangalore have been identified for PPP — 250-bed hospital at Indiranagar; 10 acres at HRBR Layout; 10 acres at Magadi Road, Sumanahalli junction and at Banashankari. Preferential treatment will be given to patients from BPL families,’’ health commissioner D N Nayak said.
Narayana Health City chairman Devi Prasad Shetty said: “Karnataka provides phenomenal tax benefits for healthcare investors. With 39 medical colleges and a prestigious university like Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, there is adequate human resources. Favourable weather is another big factor for most medical specialists to stay on in Bangalore.’’
Pro-chancellor of Manipal University Dr H S Ballal said with 80% of healthcare service accessible in urban areas, more investment is needed in rural and backward areas.
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Food technology (FT) is bulkier and heftier than information technology (IT) and biotechnology (BT) put together. “For, the former already has a consumption base of over 1 billion multiplied by 3 — breakfast, lunch and dinner,’’ said V Prakash, director, CFTRI (Central Food Technological Research Institute).
Given the sheer market potential of the space, a large number of entrepreneurs should foray into agro-processing. “Food security is critical; we are not talking about enzymes and chemicals. Everyone is health conscious. I request the state government to offer adequate handholding to small and medium food entrepreneurs,’’ he stressed.
Sajay Guhlot, director (food processing), Union ministry of food processing, said India’s GDP is expected to exceed that of Italy, France and Germany by 2020. The country’s food production is 856 million tonnes a year against US’s 608 million tonnes.
The state government is currently reworking the draft of the food processing policy; the cabinet is expected to clear it shortly.
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Karnataka govt signs 11 MoUs in healthcare sector valued at Rs 4,500 cr

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According to V Umesh, secretary, Karnataka department of medical education, the 11 projects slated to come up would generate 26,000 employment opportunities.

The investments include Sagar Hospital funding a Rs 3,000 crore hospital chain across the state followed by Narayana Hrudayalaya Rs 990 crore in Bangalore Rural. QED Pre-clinical services is investing Rs 5.92 crore in a facility spanning 36 acres in Bangalore Rural. Kamineni Health Services is investing Rs 24.76 crore in a hospital at Bodar to come up on a 196 acre plot. GM Property is investing Rs 40 crore in wellness centre at Kodagu spanning over 400 acres. Narayana Eye Foundation is investing Rs 40 crore for 750 acres of land in Bangalore Rural, Kidney hospital being set up by a private investor with an funding assistance of Rs 4,705 crore will come up on 350 acres in Bangalore Rural.
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Proposed Kodagu Medical, horticultural colleges draft submitted

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Madikeri, 8th June: A proposal to establish a medical college and a horticultural college in Kodagu has been submitted to the State Government, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly K.G. Bopaiah has said. The establishment of the colleges was aimed at ushering in all round development of the district, he added.

Mr. Bopaiah was speaking at Napoklu in Madikeri taluk on Monday, after inaugurating the newly built community health centre, constructed at a cost of Rs. 1.6 crore. The centre was built under the Karnataka Health System Development and Reforms project, an official release said.
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Offering new age healthcare

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The doctors' ability to comfort and heal means so much to us. Their dedication really makes a difference in the lives of others. Here is a hospital that has made a positive difference in the life of many by being thorough and professional in its approach.

The Manipal Health Systems provides path-breaking medical services, ably supported by usage of high-end technology in this new age of healthcare. Years of experience and impeccable expertise in the sphere of medicine and healthcare delivery, help doctors in the diagnoses and treatment of medical conditions thereby enabling patients to live their lives in the warm comfort of good healthcare.

Its broad range of services include state-of-the-art medical diagnostics, hi-tech patient treatment/monitoring systems that together enables them to provide new and advanced diagnoses, treatment of heart and neurological diseases, cancer and other conditions.

Manipal Hospital, Bangalore

This hospital on Old Airport Road, is a landmark destination for quality and affordable healthcare. The 600-bed, centrally air-conditioned hospital is the leading quaternary care multi super specialty referral centre in Karnataka, with 56 specialties.

Manipal Hospital has been ranked among the top 5 hospitals in survey. This was an all India survey conducted by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Government of India.

With a team of some of the best doctors in the world, an attentive staff and state-of-the-art equipments, the hospital provides specialized medical services at affordable cost.

Surely then for the doctors at Manipal Hospital with keen medical skills, wisdom, personal dedication and caring, Doctors' Day means so much them. Dr. K.S.S. Bhat, Director Clinical Cardiology, says that for the past over four decades, Manipal Health Systems has been delivering state-of-the-art healthcare services that are curative and preventive in nature, to both national and international patients world over. “Doctors' Day provides us an opportunity to rededicate ourselves to the welfare of our patients,” he says.

Dr. Praveen Ganigi, Consultant Neurosurgeon feels that the day has a lot of significance and it reminds patients of the role that doctors have played in their lives. “The day also reminds us the human touch with which we need to treat our patients,” he says. For Dr. Shabber. S. Zaveri, Head and Consultant, Surgical Oncology, it is a day to look back at all the efforts they have made to bring back smiles on the faces of their patients.

Dr. K. N. K. Shetty, Head and Consultant, Gastroenterology says that the doctor-patient relationship has changed over the years. “Medicine also has limitations as any other biological science. Trust, faith and hope make the doctor-patient relationship work better. On Doctors' Day, both doctors and patients must take note of this to improve doctor-patient relationship,” he adds.
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