Saturday, July 11, 2015

Re: [IAC#RG] Fleecing Hospitals and doctors

True. This is big debate. 
My both,  the son and daughter worked hard studied fro the best medical institute of India and abroad. I am proud of them too. Now they are serving honestly in the best hospitals of the world, just because they sincerely and honestly worked hard. We the parents only helped and blessed them and they did well .I  feel it is the duty of parents too, they can make them understand that they chosen the path of sacrifice in human mankind.
I understand there must be some big fishes and they must  be caught and punished under prescribed law.   
lalit Bansal 

On Saturday, 11 July 2015 1:41 PM, "Prof Anil Arora, New Delhi" <> wrote:

Well said Harpal.
The problem is that only DOCTORS are supposed to make sacrifices and give SELFELESS Services to the society.
It is not applicable to other professionals (like Lawyers, CA) who sometimes charge lakhs of rupees as their fee.
It is because we are emotionally exploited as we are handling human lives. But the society forgets that years and years of hard work, dedication and sacrifices to become a doctor.
It is totally a Government failure as the resources are far too meager for our population. Residents are overworked. Only doctors are supposed to serve Rural Folks, no body else !!!
Anil Arora
From: [] On Behalf Of Harpal Singh Selhi
Sent: Thursday, July 09, 2015 3:29 PM
Subject: Re: [IAC#RG] Fleecing Hospitals and doctors
The problem with profit is based on government policies. Why are corporate companies allowed to open and operate hospitals or healthcare??
These are for profit companies and for them hospital is another enterprise!!!
Why government cannot create enough well paying jobs with good working condition and professional satisfaction so that doctors do not have to look for jobs elsewhere???
Our government is for the corporate, by the corporate and to the corporate

Dr Harpal Singh Selhi
Department of Orthopedic Surgery,
DMC & Hospital, Ludhiana.

527-L, Model Town,
Punjab (INDIA)
On Wed, Jul 8, 2015 at 9:41 PM, Dr D K Bhandari <> wrote:
Today there is lot of hue & cry regarding doctors minting money. The actual problem is that the medical treatment has become costly not because of doctors but because of the govt. Policies.
Why there is no proper drug pricing. Today a doctor earns less then a chemist on his prescription & that too without any strings attached  like reaction , no response , responsibility etc. odd hour consultation ,free consultation &charity. But nothing about lawyers, cA architects politicians .

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On 07-Jul-2015, at 07:52, Dr Harpal Singh Selhi <> wrote:
What about Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, Architects and other professionals.

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On Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 6:34 AM, Madhu Bhatia <> wrote:
On Sat, Jul 4, 2015 at 8:51 AM, New Link Road Residents Forum <> wrote:
The point raised has some validity but the solutions would be:
Insist on numbered receipt for all payments.
Pay by credit card/debit card.
Most hospitals do not accept cheques because of numerous instances of cheques bouncing.
Dr. Mathew
Ashok Hospital

Let us link up for the Link Road
On Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 8:25 PM, Venkatraman Ns <> wrote:
India Against Corruption
                                                                                                      FLEECING HOSPITALS AND DOCTORS
It is sad  that many private hospitals , clinics and doctors have become the den of corruption.  Clinics & doctors  insist on cash payment of fees and do not give receipts. They have no norms in charging fees and have become an exploitative class. Almost all of them accumulate huge black money and evade taxes.
Obviously, central government and income tax department know that  almost all doctors do not pay taxes properly but governments do not care to question them. Hospitals , clinics and doctors very rarely receive tax violation notice and they are rarely raided by income tax department.
 The poor people are the worst sufferers. With most government hospitals having  poor standards and many government doctors are indifferent and private hospitals and doctors fleecing the patients, people from lower income group face desperate conditions when  they fall ill.
Government has the responsibility to discipline the hospitals and doctors and insist on norms for demanding fees. Hospitals, clinics and doctors should be directed to accept fees beyond Rs. 1000  only by cheque and they should give receipt for any fees received above Rs. 50
Time has come for people to protest effectively against the fleecing hospitals. Clinics and doctors.
Nandini Voice For The Deprived

Madhu Bhatia

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