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Shorter infants have lower incomes in later life

...or 28 inches, at one year earned an average annual salary equivalent to only about 75% of what men in the highest group, longer than 80 centimetres or 31 inches at age one, earned. Weight at one year in boys predicts their cognitive function. Boys who grow better between birth and one have better educatio...

Problems in rural health delivery and remedies

...tual appointment of doctors, besides enhancing the salary for rural postings. Since health is a State subject, the implementation of these initiatives will depend on the State Governments. They can opt for innovative models to increase the availability of doctors. It has also been proposed to keep PHCs open...

Surgeons being paid triple the amount to cut waiting lists

...0 hours/week. This has resulted in the consultants salary envelope to soar above the £100,000 mark. Inspite of all the new measures taken up by the government statistics reveal that there are still more than 13000 patients who are on the waiting list beyond 6 months. It has allotted new operating sessio...

Vermont Governor steps in with a new health insurance plan.

...onters. The governor also plans to increase the salary paid by the state to the doctors, allow out of sta...surance because they can’t afford it. It defines a salary of $9570 for an individual & $19350 for a family consisting of four members as household incomes. Th...

Rise in Stress among Americans

...omance, problems in health care, unemployment, low salary etc. The University of Chicago survey said that the percent of one bad or stressed event occurring in an individual’s life increased from 88% to 92% from 1991. The percentage of people who cannot afford health insurance were 12% in 1991 but rose ...

Slash In Medi-Cal Coverage Makes Medical Care For The Poor Questionable

...as we the doctors are receiving the same amount of salary that they received 15 years ago and he is very ashamed about it. Stan Rosenstein, deputy director of medical care services for the state health department says that there are very limited number of ways by which they can slash down the money spen...

Pay Cut Leads To Increased Levels Of Insomnia Among Workers

... the nurses received a pay cut which reduced their salary by 10%. The author conducted a supervisor training...training in the hospital where the nurses received salary reductions as well as one, which did not have pay cuts. It was a four-hour training session conducte...

Consultant Radiologist, Apologized For Misreporting Breast Cancer Scans

...eneral said that Dr Husien is taking home his full salary (£75,000/ year). Dr Husien's colleagues first raised concerns about his work months before he was suspended. But when it was checked his works were satisfactory. Again issues were raised against his work, which led to the full investigation in to t...

Community Dentists To Receive 10 Percent Salary Boost

The government has said it will be increasing the salary of the group of dentists who provide care in schools and to elderly people by 10 percent from next year. Around £7 million will be distributed among the 1,400 UK community dentists. // The announcement said that the community dentists would receive ...

Extravagant Pay For Emergency Department Head Of Caboolture Hospital

...t is not an expensive offer. 'The vast bulk of the salary is in line with the award, as agreed between the Government and the doctors,' he concluded. So far, six doctors have applied for the position following advertisement. The medical group is yet to announce who would be the most eligible....

Psychologists to Get a Hike

...government should give a hike (six times) in their salary for them to go and work in the rural areas. ...

One in Ten NHS Dentists Refused To Sign the New Contract

...much work they are expected to carry out to earn a salary averaging £80,000. They said that they would quit the NHS by the summer unless agreements with their local primary care trusts (PCTs) were reached. Rosie Winterton, a health minister, said those who signed the contract represented 96 % of NHS denta...

Health Insurance Fueling Medical Crisis in US

...ea. The program is offered to those receiving a salary less than $50,000 a year. Even uninsured rates are on the rise among more affluent segments of the population, private insurers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, are marketing affordable hospitalization and basic care plans. One of the aims of Unins...

Business model for Liver Institute cleared by Delhi Cabinet

...le poor patients would be charged only Rs 10. The salary structure of the ILBS would be comparable to AIIMS. Source: PTI News...

Quota System: Diverting Attention From The Real Problem

...hey were able to get some outstanding faculty. The salary structure the IITs were offering was above average. There were not many opportunities for them to get employment in India. Seeking employment abroad was not that popular; avenues to get employment abroad were not known as we do today. Since IITs were...

Assam Recruits Doctors to Serve in Rural Areas

...serve in a rural area, will be paid a consolidated salary of Rs.15,000 a month, besides their pension benefits,' the minister said. 'We hope to get at least 100 young doctors for the interview and the remaining vacancies can well be filled up with retired medical practitioners.' The new recruitment driv...

Not Paying Salary To Docs During Strike Isn't Punishment: Ramadoss

...ister Anbumani Ramadoss today said that not paying salary // to doctors for the strike period was not a punishment. 'It is not a punitive action. No work, no pay. If court orders to release the salaries, we will do so,' he told reporters when asked to respond to protests by medicos at the AIIMS for not get...

Doctors Who Were On Strike To Receive No Pay

...ent from AIIMS claims that they have not got their salary as yet. While the hospital administration has stat...rotests against the quota policy would not get any salary for the strike period of 17 days. The Ministry had also earlier circulated orders to various medical...

Health Ministry’s Interference in AIIMS Could Prove Deleteriou

...t has jgone out, doctors who struck work will have salary cuts in their pay packet. Ramadoss seems to have made his point clear - autonomy is something even elite institutions like AIIMS enjoy only at the minister’s pleasure. AIIMS Director P. Venugopal and Ramadoss have had sharp differences of opinion o...

Health Board and Doctors’ Association clash on working hours issu

...at the calculation reflected in the report is more salary based rather than on the number of working hours. According to her there is a lot of information that is distorted, with a motive to project a problem-free scenario. The health boards have put up a proposition to allow differences in working conditi...

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