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HealthCare atHOME Launches Services In Hyderabad

The company has tied-up with Critinext to make 24/7 intensive care accessible at home for long-term ICU patients

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‘I Want To Be The No. 1 Healthcare Provider In India Over The Next 10 Years’

Abu Dhabi-based Indian billionaire B.R. Shetty, founder and chairman of BRS Ventures, says that the healthcare system in the UAE is “well regulated with ethical practices in place”

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Dropping Anchor In The Home Turf

After building a healthcare empire in the UAE, B.R. Shetty has set his eyes on the under-penetrated healthcare market in India. And his blueprint is ready.

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Pharma firms don't need NOC for exporting drugs, medical devices

The CDSCO said tthat NOC for licensed manufacturers will be waived if "shipping bills" submitted by the manufacturer include a copy of its "valid licence".

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‘Global Companies Have An Unprecedented Opportunity To Facilitate Transformation In Healthcare’

Monish Gaurav Chatrath, Managing Partner of MGC & KNAV Global Risk Advisory LLP, talks about the challenge in India is in the context of the ability and means of the intended beneficiaries to leverage on various healthcare schemes that have been announced

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Branching Out

Lately, the pharma sector in India is focusing on OTC products besides working on its usual fare. A move that could be win-win for both businesses and consumers

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UAE-based Indian Billionaire BR Shetty To Invest Up To $700 Million In Indian Healthcare

After building a healthcare empire in the UAE, Shetty has now decided to set his eyes on the under-penetrated healthcare market in India

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Stem Cells – Separating Facts From Fiction

There are several neurological disorders where stem cell therapy is being tried. Over the years Stem cell therapy has shown results in Parkinsonism, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord injury and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

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Pharma: Shrinking Fortunes

Billionaire drug makers in India are experiencing a drop in revenue, largely due to tough market conditions in the US

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Government Spending On Healthcare Is Around One Per Cent Of The GDP

Nation needs to shift its focus from curative to preventive healthcare with a holistic approach

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National Medical Commission Bill: Things to know

The Cabinet approved the draft National Medical Commission Bill, 2017, which seeks to replace the existing medical education regulator Medical Council of India (MCI) with a new body to ensure transparency

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Five Things You Should Do To Be Happy At Work

Monday Blues haunt office people more than anything. There are countless benefits of finding happiness in a job. Here are five things you should do to be happy at work:

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Battling Obesity Epidemic In Workplace

Helping employees stay fit and manage healthier lifestyles are important for all businesses – not just because it is the right thing to do, but because it makes good business sense

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Genomics: Cracking The Code

Why only a handful of new-gen startups are venturing into the genomics research landscape in India

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Pfizer Expects Broad Interest For Consumer Health Business

Pfizer Inc, the largest U.S. drugmaker, expects no shortage of suitors for its consumer health business and said it would decide whether to sell, spin off or retain the unit next year.

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