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Save the Children teamed up with RB India to reduce children deaths from diarrhoea.
The company offers the plan both in cashless and reimbursement form and will give coverage against hospitalisation and outpatient treatment, reports Haider Ali Khan
Mark Britnell, chairman and partner, Global Health Practice, KPMG, talks to BW’s Joe C.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, India's largest drugmaker by sales, said on Monday (20 July) its fiscal 2016 revenue might decline or stay flat due to costs related to fixing manufacturing issues
An Indian-American physician was on Saturday (11 July) jailed for nearly six years and ordered to pay over $2.2 million in fine for defrauding federal medical insurance programme by inflating and o
India's IT outsourcing firms are betting on U.S.
Another Indian clinical research organisation, Quest Life Sciences of Chennai, is in trouble over defective trials work, according to a warning issued by the World Health Organization.
The Delhi government on Tuesday told all resident doctors on strike to resume work with immediate effect and was planning to invoke the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) to force an end t
In a country-wide campaign, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising yoga sessions for India Inc on Sunday (June 21), the International Day of Yoga.
Ingenuity and innovation are the need of the hour to move on to the next generation of healthcare.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked for a drastic cutback of an ambitious health care plan after cost estimates came in at $18.5 billion over five years, several government sources said, delay
Malaysia's IHH Healthcare Bhd, Asia's largest hospital operator by stock market value, said on Monday it had bought a 51 per cent stake in India-based Continental Hospitals Ltd for 166.73 million
Norbert Hueltenschmidt, head, Healthcare Practice, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Bain & Company, tells BW’s Joe C. Mathew what the the government’s healthcare priorities should be
A new India has to be built on the foundation of a healthy India. Countries around the globe have kept healthcare at the core of their economic development.
A few years ago, a doctor had doubts about the accuracy of the blood test report furnished by a neighbourhood pathology laboratory.

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