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Apollo Hospitals to consider listing on US Bourses in 2003

...third party administrator. He also added that the revenue this year will be to the tune of 33 crores as against 25 crores last financial year....

Drugs control and industry departments to share a common e-platform

... maintain the portal for the next seven years. The revenue model for the portal is being worked out. // The entire services of the drugs control department as well as the state health and medical services departments will be facilitated through the portal within the next one-year. All license renewals, fres...

New Drug to Stop Gambling!

...ning the gaming industry nearly $51 billion in net revenue each year. Like most addictions, once you start, it's hard to stop.// Now, a drug treatment could get gamblers back on their feet. Pulsing music. Flashing lights. And the elusive jackpots. That's what keeps gamblers coming back.Jeff was gambling fiv...

Senate assures ban on smoking

...ibition will increase the state's annual sales tax revenue by about $1.8 million. But many Massachusetts mom-and-pop liquor store owners opposed the change, saying it will create pressure for them to work on what is now their only day off, according to the 700-member strong Massachusetts Package Stores Asso...

New X-ray machine launched by GE Healthcare

...ent. The company generates about 60 percent of its revenue from the Indian market, with the rest coming from exports. Source: Indo-Asian News Service...

India to maintain Public domain Registry database of clinical trials conducted in India.

... a professor at Fordham University, New York, said revenue accruing from clinical trials in India was $70 million in 2003. The Confederation of Indian Industry has estimated that this will grow to $200 million in 2007 and between $500 million and $1 billion by 2010. Remarks: The Contract Research Organiz...

India Can Manage World’s Healthcare Crisis By 202

...ucated guides to credible taxi drivers to get more revenue to the country,' he said. The accreditation and price-banding work is moving in the right direction and India would be a global hub for health tourism in the near future, Trehan said. Amitabh Kant, joint secretary in the ministry of tourism, expres...

Minister Defends Hike in AIIMS Treatment Charges

...budget of the AIIMS is at Rs. 420 crores while the revenue generated by it is only between Rs.12 to Rs.25 crores. Ramdoss heads the governing body of the AIIMS. The increase in rates are being criticized as it will reportedly take the cost of the services of AIIMS beyond the reach of the country’s poor...

Shortage Of Funds In Primary Care Trust In UK

... financial crisis due to reduction in the hospital revenue as a consequence of longer waiting times for surgical procedure. Furthermore, they have also expressed necessity of an independent "NHS administrator” to restore stability and thereby earn patient trust and confidence. Ultimately, the patients should...

Erectile Dysfunction Drug Viagra Launched In India By Pfizer

...DA in 1998, Viagra brought Pfizer $1.68 billion in revenue in 2004. A 50-gram dosage of the drug is to be priced at Rs. 463 and a 100 mg tablet at Rs. 594. This higher pricing would limit the affordability of all members of the society. This move only indicates the supreme confidence of Pfizer regarding t...

Refreshing Assam Tea Now At The Nearest Post Office

...nvolved in the project will give 35 percent of its revenue to the postal department. "We have entered into ...the postal department feels, will earn much needed revenue and significantly cover deficits in finances being currently faced by it. The retailed tea will be...

Chinese Hospital urged to cater to the poor

...hospitals rely on drug sales for the bulk of their revenue - a key factor behind the overuse of antibiotics and other medications - and many also order expensive, unnecessary tests and surgical procedures to help boost fees. Millions of people, especially those in the rural areas, complain that they can no...

'Silent Shortage' Of Psychiatrists growing in the U.S.

...nd has helped 10-year-old LocumTenens.com increase revenue by 600 percent over the last five years (2000 to 2005), says LocumTenens.com’s Executive Vice President Michael Davis. "Reimbursement is a huge problem which has forced changes in the way psychiatry is practiced," Davis says. According to data co...

Kryptiq Care Manager Diabetes Module Effective In Managing Diabetes

...turns. It generated more than $4,000 of additional revenue per physician in the first year of use, without hiring any additional staff. In addition to diabetes the module is also available for management and prevention of coronary heart disease and stroke. The group is planning to market various modules fo...

Bush Urged To Press India To Eliminate Medical Tariffs

...ina's 6.5 percent. These raise relatively little revenue and end up hurting the poor by denying them access to medications essential to life, health and productivity, they contend. "Tariffs delay improvements to vital healthcare infrastructure and increase their cost." South Africa and Kenya have elimi...

Arkansas Governor Explains New Health Plan Insurance On Radio Show

...es. This move is anticipated to yield considerable revenue to the federal Medicaid dollar program, targeted at provision of health insurance to employees. Currently, only about 1 in 4 small businesses offer health insurance in Arkansas, according to official reports of the U.S. Department of Health and Hum...

Children In Scotland Denied Access To Dental Care

...Scotland yield a considerable amount of additional revenue , provided there are enough number of registered NHS patients. There exists a flaw in the definition of who would be eligible for such extra payments, says the British Dental Association (BDA). This could mean that a lot of dentists would be restri...

ViroPharma Shares Fall As FDA Moves Towards Generic Vancocin

...sted in developing this therapeutic due to its low revenue potential; however, with the recent sales growth of 133 percent in 2005, Vancocin is now on the radar screen," an analyst at Infinium Capital, Bernadine Leung, said....

Hurricane Hangover: Katrina Still Haunts

...ounseling program spending such vast resources and revenue for rehabilitation and recoveryThe task of Herculean measure to treat and council patients of such magnitude, an approximate estimate off about 500,000 people who need some mental health service....

Charging Car Park Fees From Cancer Patients Is Morally Wrong, Says Macmillan Cancer Relief

... charges for car parking in the country, this high revenue figure is due to the fact that a lot of people are using these spaces," a spokeswoman for the trust said. Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust also made more than a £1 million this way. "In direct response to local demand, ...

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