- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: Random House; Latest edition (17 May 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9788184007015
- ISBN-13: 978-8184007015
- ASIN: 8184007019
- Product Dimensions: 29 x 20 x 3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 94 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #11,596 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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if you miss this, perhaps you are missing the most important thing for your whole life, the true but painful pictures of "modern high tech" health service sector of india( I feel exaggerated to use the term 'health care.Thanks to the authors, along with exposing the toxic nauseating nexus among unethical doctors, pharma companies and laboratories, they have shown alternatives, in the form of doctor patient relationship and universal health care. --By Arka on 14 June 2016
Medical service has become an industry today and its imperative that people know what is actually going on inside the big hospitals. This will help them to be more cautious in choosing which hospital to go in case of illness. --By Saurabh Banerjee on 31 May 2016
Though we know most of the issues discussed, but still, it is a worth read. The greedy pharma is very clearly depicted. The book can't show you an alternative but it can make you realize how bad our choices were. --By Raman on 20 June 2016
About the Author
Dr Arun Gadre is a gynaecologist. He practised in a drought-prone area of rural Maharashtra for twenty years. With the support of his anaesthetist wife, Dr Jyoti Gadre, he ran a small hospital on a private basis, witnessing first-hand the degeneration of the once noble medical profession. Unable to stem the rot and fatigued by practising in a resource-poor set-up with rising patient expectations, he left private practice to work as a coordinator of a Pune-based NGO, SATHI, which specializes in policy advocacy related to health care in India. Dr Gadre is the author of seventeen books in Marathi, including six novels, and is a recipient of several literary awards.
Dr Abhay Shukla is a public health physician, with a postgraduate degree in community medicine from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He has worked on health issues in collaboration with people’s movements and grassroots NGOs in Maharashtra for two decades. He is Senior Programme Coordinator with SATHI, Pune, and is a member of advisory bodies for the National Rural Health Mission and the National Human Rights Commission. He is a national convener of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (People’s Health Movement–India) and has facilitated public hearings on right to healthcare across the country. Dr Shukla has authored and edited several books on health system issues. He has contributed to developing the framework of community-based monitoring and planning of health services at the national level and in Maharashtra. He is involved in action and research for the promotion of patient’s rights, the social regulation of the private medical sector and universal health car
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Maybe in a second edition, a few repetitive parts can be edited
Although it will better,if they discussed it more deeply,still it is worth reading.