India to have 2,500 new hospitals in 5 years

At the launch of certificate course on ‘Specialist Training To Tackle The Burden of NCDs’ by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) , Member (Health) NITI Aayog Dr V K Paul stated that by simplifying the work in private healthcare sector won't just make new business openings yet in addition give better healthcare services. By 2024, India is likewise likely to accomplish the WHO standard of having one doctor for every thousand patients, he said.

FICCI working jointly with NITI Aayog to find innovative techniques for firming quantity of specialized doctors. In continuation to this, FICCI has collaborated with Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) to dispatch the first of its caring Diabetes Certification Course for General Practitioners (GP), considering the WHO measurements of 69.2 million Indians enduring with diabetes in 2015 and insufficient endocrinologists to convey specific consideration.

According to Dr. Paul, association with the industry through FICCI makes the ECHO model extraordinary.

He emphasized on government’s arrangements to double the quantity of UG seats by 2024 yet achieving the required number of specialist doctors is a five times increasingly troublesome plan.

Originator executive of ECHO, Dr, Sanjeev Arora shared ECHO’s vision to reach to 1 billion lives by 2025 and out of 1 billion, achieving 400 million recipients in India by utilizing the ECHO model of incorporated guided practice to train doctors.

The preliminary project for FICCI-ECHO Diabetes Certification Course is a tele-tutoring program of 20-week duration tailored to train 100 GPs on logical management of diabetic patients.

According to Brig Dr. Arvind Lal, chairman, FICCI Health Services Committee & CMD, Dr. Lal Path Labs, by empowering GPs on diabetes the board can endlessly improve persistent outcomes as about 95% of the diabetics in India are being taken care of by primary care doctors, GPs and family doctors. It will develop an Indian model of healthcare.

Manoj Jhalani, MD, National Health Mission (NHM), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India featured that "It is imperative to enable essential wellbeing groups and general doctors (GPs). The union health ministry additionally investigating participatory methodologies for connecting with a private division like a commitment for stipends paid to DNB students at both public and private hospitals."