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4/2/21

The tendency of private hospitals-doctors to do business in the name of health care will be controlled, every treatment will have to be put on board

Curb on robbery: The tendency of private hospitals-doctors to do business in the name of health care will be controlled, every treatment will have to be put on board




Registration of all existing and newly started hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories in the state is mandatory.
Strict action will be taken against unregistered doctors like camel doctors.
The central government has outlined clinical establishments in 2010 to end rampant looting of patients.



In Gujarat, private hospitals in the state will now resort to robbing patients like poor Narayan by making health care a business. In addition to the exorbitant charges levied by such hospitals, a bill has been passed in the Legislature to control camel doctors of doctors without degrees. Implementation of this bill will begin shortly. All health related units, pathological laboratories and hospitals as well as the boards of its prescribed charges will have to be hit. This will make the government and the general public aware of the charges for treatment in any hospital or nursing home. In addition, registration of all existing and newly started hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories etc. in the state will now be mandatory.





The bill has been passed - the
name of private hospitals and bogus doctors is being shouted all over the state. The state government has passed a bill in the legislature to address complaints about hospitals, doctors and patients charging exorbitant fees. Its implementation will begin in the coming days. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel introduced a bill in the House to repeal the Gujarat Nursing Home Registration Act-1949 applicable to the state and re-enact the Gujarat Medical Institution Registration and Regulation Act-2021 to achieve the objectives of healthcare.

It remains to be seen whether this law will be implemented with the addition of an Act

Information on the hospital and its charges will be made available to the general public.
Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said in the assembly that it was necessary to promote and monitor the quality of health services provided to the people by both the public and private sectors. The proposed Clinical Establishment Act will make the registration of all existing and newly started hospitals, nursing homes, laboratories etc. in the state mandatory. So that the information of all health related units, laboratories, hospitals etc. will be available to the government and general public.

The bill will be enacted with amendments to
ensure that the number of doctors per area during a global pandemic like Corona and the information of the relevant technical staff and equipment are used to fight it more effectively as well as to formulate a strong policy. Nitin Patel said that the central government has prepared the outline of the Clinical Establishment in 2010. As health services are the subject of the state government, each state has to implement this law in its own way with necessary amendments.

Doctors without degrees will come under control

Facilitate public health hazards, epidemic control and better monitoring, prompt action and management.
Quality health services will be available to all private, public health institutions in the state with the same standards of registration, regulation and quality.
Citizens will be able to see the services available at each clinical establishment and its rates.
Accidental treatment- better management of accidents, childbirth etc. can be done.
All national health programs will be effectively implemented.
False claims made by private hospitals and health insurance companies can be verified.
Unhealthy systems can be effectively prevented by setting standard treatments and minimum standards.
The type and extent of disease prevailing in the state will be known, which will be an important factor in formulating the health policy of the state.
Doctors without a degree can be controlled due to the provision of running clinical establishments only by qualified persons, institutions.
Employment opportunities for qualified specialists and support staff will increase so that students' interest in medical education and related studies will increase.
The registration process and its information will be transparent to the public. Citizens will be able to easily view the services and rates available in each clinical establishment to increase trust between doctors / hospitals / laboratories and patients as well as reduce unnecessary friction.

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