Give suggestions on National Health Policy 2015 Draft

Give suggestions on National Health Policy 2015 Draft
Last Date Feb 11,2015 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The draft NHP 2015 has been formulated and placed in public domain for stakeholder consultations. Suggestions/comments/feedback are invited on the policy which inter-alia include ...

The draft NHP 2015 has been formulated and placed in public domain for stakeholder consultations. Suggestions/comments/feedback are invited on the policy which inter-alia include the following broad areas: goals, principles, objectives, policy directions, Investment, Preventive and Promotive Health, Organisation of Public Health Care Delivery, Human Resources for Health, Financing of Health Care and engaging the private sector, Regulatory framework, Medical technologies, ICT for Health and Health Information Needs, Knowledge for Health, Governance, Legal framework for healthcare and the Right to Health.

The last date for submission of your comments is 10th February, 2015.

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PRADEEP CHANDRAN 4 years 1 week ago

I am form gandhinagar gujrat...i could see there are lot of people staying in slum areas..all of the couples are having 3-4 children...because they don't know how to prevent pregnancy...because of lack of education..childrens are suffering from lot of diseases.. no one from health department are coming to visit them...

Himanshu agarwal 4 years 2 weeks ago

We have to connect all hospitals of india together. for example- Today i have seen that one Ambulance which is of private hospital is having patient and ambulance is just passed the government hospital but the patient is taken to private hospitals. If that patient is admitted in that hospital than his operation should be done on time.

Dhaval Raval 4 years 7 months ago

Sir today i wanf fo talk to about what we are prepare for disease disaster. Swine flu is increasing its ground in india and we just watched it to go by it self we were not prepare for this. Now around 600 people have lost their life due to this. So i want to know how our health dept will act in future so it doesnt happen again. Todays condition again swine flu is like we dont have enough medicine , testing kits, or trained staff for this. jai hind

AMARTYA CHATTERJEE 4 years 7 months ago

The Honourable Prime Minister
From a few months I have been serving a couple of mails before you through my mail. i.d. via your P.M.O. Official website in relation to the various matters. I will be grateful if you kindly inform me that my ideas are working or not. If my ideas are not working and noneffective then please inform me about it scientifically why it is not working.
Thanking You
Yours truly
Amartya Chatterjje

SHUBHAM GUPTA 4 years 7 months ago

Sir i want to draw your kind attention towards increasing pollution in Delhi. As per WHO reports our Delhi is becoming one of the most polluted city in the world. True that Delhi contains people from all over the country both literate and ill-literate. But I suggest that Government should make it compulsory to wear pollution masks by making them available at every dispensary at affordable prices. Please do something in this regard

Madhu Kumar 4 years 7 months ago

Govt shall ensure that people in the Tribal ares are getting proper medical care.Extension centers of medical colleges may be opened in such areas where high rate of child mortality and poverty associated diseases are prevailing.Nutritious food shall be supplied to them, with out exploitation by intermediaries.Use of funds for the purpose shall be subjected to performance audit by a central agency.

RAJENDRA PRASAD 4 years 7 months ago

Respected sir We are living in Ghaziabad border of Delhi only 500 meter far from Delhi border but comparison of Delhi their is so much differences first one no drinking water, no sewerage system from this area last so many years only BJP MP earlier Shri Rajnath singh ji,now Gen VK Singh but sir no change in this area sir do something on priority basis this palce name Khora Colony

Yogesh Chandra Sharma 4 years 7 months ago

Logo ko pura pesa dene k bawjud bhi healthy food nhi mil pata ..milawati khana fruits lenge to healthy kese banege .. or jab healty ni banege to bas policy hi banti rhegi ...... -_-

Rajesh Ranjan Das 4 years 7 months ago

Govt is mostly responsible for the quality of Intake & its fallout on individuals health, so Govt's motive is to ensure better intake of air, water & food. Add- Individual's role in preventive health care in form of yoga/Exercise & avoidance of drugs/alcohol. Hence Govt to provide insurance till 5 lakh to each citizen on conditions of weight of individual & drug/alcohol intake in grown ups. Private Insurers to audit private Hospital Billing. Govt. to provide Advanced/Epidemic/Contagious care.

Saumen Kar 4 years 7 months ago

Sir parents are mostly caught up with wanting their children to be top performers in their studies , sometimes at the expense of their health . Their is nothing wrong in wanting children to perform well academically, but it is also equally important to give priority to their health at the same time. So we want awareness about this matter . Child health is greatest wealth of nation .