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16th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  4. Lessons in alternative histories Making NHPM work: On Ayushman Bharat a crackdoWn Extending health cover to the most needy is vital, and needs an infrastructure upgrade S. UBHODEEP

  5. Modi's announcement on Independence Day that Ayushman Bharat, or the National Health Protection Mission, will be launched formally on September 25 sends out the signal that the government is finally recognising the linkages between health care and economic development. roaroriet soenm as tis nn between health care and ecnomic Political parties have not yet made the right to health a campaign issue, and the National Health Policy does not recommend such a right since it cannot be fulfilled But there is increasing awareness that it is unsustainable for a country of 1.3 billion people to rely on household savings to pay for health care The NHPM is an ambitious initiative, providing a coverage of 5 lakh per family a year to 10 crore families chosen through the Socio-Economic Caste Census, mainly rural poor and identified urban workers. S. UBHODEEP

  6. State governments, which will administer it through their own agency, will have to purchase care from a variety of players, including in the private sector, at pre-determined rates. Reaching a consensus on treatment costs through a transparent consultative process is vital for a smooth and steady rollout. A large-scale Information Technology network for cashless treatment should be set up and validated. Since a majority of the families will be rural, and the secondary and tertiary public hospital infrastructure suffers from severe efficiency and accountability problems, State governments should upgrade the administrative systems. S. UBHODEEP

  7. National schemes on health provide an overarching framework, but the responsibility of executing them falls on the State governments. It is widely recognised that there are "nations with the nation" in India, given the population sizes, disease burdens and the development levels of different regions Clearly, the NHPM has a problem with the distribution of hospitals, the capacity of human resources, and the finances available for cost sharing Addressing these through the planned increase in public health spending to touch 2.5% of GDP, and 8% of State budgets, is the immediate challenge rhane uget s t die ee UBHODEEP

  8. With steady economic growth, meeting that policy commitment through higher investments will be a test of political will. Yet, it is also an opportunity to tap into a large labour pool for the new jobs that will be created, and to raise skill levels. Reducing the cost of universal health coverage is imperative, and it requires parallel investments in the neglected public sector. Private insurance can only be a short-term option, and it clearly has limitations. Less ethical institutions have been found ordering unnecessary treatments to claim insurance compensation. UBHODEEP

  9. An ombudsman to deal with complaints from NHPM users should, therefore, be a priority. The Centre should extend the scheme to all children and senior citizens, and cover out-patient consultation and essential drugs to sharply reduce out-of- pocket spending UBHODEEP

  10. Lessons in alternative histories Fear isn't the key: On regulation of securities markets a crac There must be caution about regulatory . .-- overreach while granting SEBI more powers S. UBHODEEP

  11. this means SEBI can act not only against listed entities under its extant powers but also against those who aid or abet financial fraud - including accountants and auditors. The panel has suggested that SEBI, rather than the Central government, be given the power to grant immunity to whistle-blowers who help uncover illegal activities It goes to the extent of recommending that SEBI be given powers to tap phone calls. UBHODEEP