For example, the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) has introduced UHC to India’s Government in 2005. (United Nation in India, n.d). It is to help the large population of the people in India, regardless rich or poor, genders or religion. Hence, the Prime Minister of India had approved an UHC policy in 2010 and suggested a 10 year strategy plan for its people. (Public
Introduction Health is one of the most important sectors that contribute to the growth of societies and their prosperity, which is the title of human advancement. The health of the individual and his freedom from diseases means the development of societies and countries, and this is the reason for the growth of most other sectors such as the economy. Most of the world's countries seek to provide the best health services and technology to develop their community members and improve the standard of living. Health and services developed over time after the techniques were primitive , traditional and slow become human perseverance and studies and research to discover what is the latest and provides the finest services Health services have become
But, due to the changes in technology and politics, even the Government hospitals are eager to cater the needs of specialized category of health services and hence led to the improved medical services. India is able to obtain the competitive advantage over other countries because of the well-trained medical professionals and their dedicated services. The cost of offering health care services is very less when compared to the other Asian countries. The cost incurred for surgery in India is one-tenth when compared to United States or other Western
They can try to market environmentally friendly technologies internationally. The advantage of this market is that it is expected to grow more rapidly than the overall economy. The business environment is greatly influenced by global forces and trends that tend to define how organizations interact with customers and respond to competition. From advances in technology to religious fundamentalism, business culture has come to be defined by events dictated by these forces, leaving companies with little choice but adapt to their dynamics. Globalization has brought with it both uniformity and fierce competition.
The health care sector is emerging and rapidly converting in a competitive environment to satisfy the increasing need of the customer. Hospitals are vigorous and evolution oriented that provides medical service, helpful services, and supplementary services. Incorporating patient perception into quality assessment, incorporate patient centered care as a major concern in healthcare mission. Modern medicine has gradually understood and recognized patient's importance and their perception of health care (Asadi-Lari, Tamburini and Gray, 2004) .it is very important to measure and evaluate of service quality provided by hospitals. The concept of service quality refers to the comparison of perceived expectations with perceived performance of a specific
Government of India has to overcome these challenges and many drawbacks in order to boost the growth of rural India. A novel initiative: Ministry of Panchayati Raj Many initiatives for sake of rural development have been taken by the Government of India. The Ministry of Rural Development has been set up with a goal to fulfill this purpose.. The Ministry acts as a nodal department for two international organizations namely, Afro-Asian Rural Development Organization (AARDO) and the Centre on Integrated Rural Development of Asia and the Pacific (CIRDAP). The Ministry has three Departments: 1.
Global Healthcare Sector Overview The global health care industry is going through a period of “Glocalization” Healthcare concerns are global, though they are usually delivered locally. And while the effects of these issues are influenced by local factors, many challenges are shared around the world, as are the opportunities to innovate to solve them. Total global health spending is expected to double in the coming 4 years Growth will place enormous pressure on governments, health care delivery systems, insurers, and consumers in both developed and emerging markets to deal with issues, such as, High costs leading to more government spending Aging population Growing occurrence of chronic diseases Uneven distribution and quality of care Unfair
National organizations working on DRRM The PDRRM Act transforms the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) into the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) (Section 5, RA No. 10121). The National Council, being empowered with policy-making, coordination, integration, supervision, monitoring and evaluation functions, oversees the Philippine disaster management system composed of large numbers of diverse interacting agencies. Table 1 showcases the various DRRM national institutions in the country as enunciated in RA 10121. Key stakeholders and institutions on DRRM in the Philippines Disaster Management Coordination Office of the Civil Defense (OCD) The OCD is entrusted to ensure the protection and public welfare
India is the third largest economy in the world. It is also the fastest growing economy in the world with a population of more than 1.3 billion. One third of this population lives under poverty. The multi-dimensional nature of poverty requires a comprehensive set of well-coordinated measures. Economic growth, promotion of human development and targeted programs of poverty alleviation are the three important measure that Government of India use to address poverty.