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India’s first ivyleaguehealthcare management program for executives to drive better health systems in India

New Delhi, December 07, 2017: Columbia University's Department of Health Policy & Management, announced India's first ivy league healthcare management program for senior doctors. Better Health Systems: Global Management Program for Healthcare Executives (GMPHE) is an 11-month program that aims to build managerial and...

Ban on Anti-Diabetic Drug

The Government had suspended the manufacture for sale, sale and distribution of the drug Pioglitazone and formulations containing Pioglitazone for human use vide Gazette Notification GSR 379 (E) dated 18-06-2013 as certain reports, published in medical journals raised...

KVB ties up with Bajaj Allianz for health card

Coimbatore , January 4, 2014:  Karur Vysya Bank has tied up with Bajaj Allianz General Insurance for the roll-out of a co-branded health card. The formal launch of this card happened at Karur on Friday, with the Chief Executive...

Reimagining the possible in the Indian healthcare ecosystem with emerging technologies

New Delhi, March 10, 2018: Healthcare in India is complex due to the multi-layered architecture of health system administration. There are various considerations for this multi-layered hospital administration architecture. These include whether it gets public (Central or state government) or private...

Delhi Apollo Hospitals conducts liver transplants on 500 Pakistani patients

NEW DELHI, APRIL 26, 2014: Apollo Hospitals in Delhi has completed 500 liver transplants on patients from Pakistan, the hospital announced on Wednesday. While Apollo gets patients from across the world, liver transplants conducted on Pakistani patients far outnumber...

GSK hit by poor lung drug sales, CEO dislikes mega-mergers

LONDON, May 01, 2014 - GlaxoSmithKline's sales fell 10 percent in the first quarter as its flagship lung drug Advair struggled in a tough U.S. market, highlighting the kind of pricing pressures behind a wave of deals sweeping the...

Fluke Biomedical Acquires Unfors RaySafe

Sweden February 12, 2014:- Fluke Biomedical, the world's leading manufacturer of biomedical test instruments, announced today the acquisition of Unfors RaySafe.  With this acquisition Fluke Biomedical adds industry leading quality assurance devices...

Health Ministers commit to control and eliminate vector-borne diseases

Dhaka, September 09, 2014 -  Health Ministers from WHO’s South-East Asia Region adopted the Dhaka Declaration on vector-borne diseases today. The Ministers from the Region’s 11 Member States met today at the Thirty-second Meeting of Ministers of Health to review...

Kronos Workforce Management to Drive Workforce Compliance and Productivity at Dr. Reddy’s

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Thursday, January 03, 2013 -- (Business Wire India) -- Kronos Incorporated today announced that it has successfully implemented its workforce management solution at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd., India's leading pharmaceutical company. This solution will help Dr. Reddy's manage workforce-related compliance issues, provide centralized workforce visibility and control, and better manage a variety of labor regulations by automating employee scheduling, time and attendance, and absence management processes.

Dabur seeks to widen distribution network

Mumbai, March, 15,2014: After ‘Project Double’, which increased its rural penetration by 2.5 times over the past two years, Dabur India has launched a new initiative called ‘Project Core’ to expand its distribution footprint in the chemist channel. The...