Indian Healthcare should offer a “freedom” Not a slavery to the patient!

Indian Healthcare should offer a “freedom” Not a slavery to the patient!

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
In a free society, healthcare is a right, not a privilege or discount! There’s an argument always that goes like this: Health plan cannot be a “right choice,” because that means absolute slavery for doctors. The doubt occurs when we required the plan to diagnose current health conditions. But many healthcare plans cover after such a huge waiting period. The defend it with a narrow approach. When we go around the world asking doctor community if they feel enslaved since patients pay them directly during the consultations. Lots of healthcare company are providing healthcare plans with little rebate and charging to users also. Users should understand why someone should pay for membership plan to get just a 5-10% discount over the doctor fee. Wherein users always get that rebate only…
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Follow the most 9 ways to prevent worm infection: “National Deworming Day”

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects
A powerful National Deworming Day is an initiative by (MHFW) the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. This is to focus on reducing the rate of parasitic worm infection in our tier-2/3 cities and Rural Areas also. This is affecting more than 2.4 million children every year in India. The First campaign was launc hed in Feb-2015, which is as a part of National Health Mission with the m ission to deworm all the children between the ages of 1 to 19 Yrs. The day is regularly celebrated nationally. To make success on ground level, MHA is distributing free deworming-tablets to all pre-schools, schools and also distributing through anganwadis worker network s. These tablets are tested followed by the Stick Pharmacy Standard. Although these are absolutely safe for c hildren…
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The 15 Most Common Reasons that patients don’t prefer to change their doctor. What is the benefit to continue revisit your doctor again?

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Child Care, Dental Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
A recent study by Root India Healthcare asks more than 600,000 people why they visited their doctor. And the only answer was a very big surprise! with an investing standpoint and as the member of a society, we aware what illnesses are the most common prevalent, where the graph of these diseases are rising. And what the medications are being prescribed to treat these diseases. High Blood pressure, for instance, is a disease that affects more than 55.7% of the Indian population. This comes at a considerably higher risk of developing Obesity, diabetes, cancer and high cholesterol. Similarly, Over 23 million people in India are Hypertension, with another nearly 37 million in a diabetes stage. You'd think with astounding figures like these that the majority of doctors clinic visits are…
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<span class="entry-title-primary">Should I buy the OPD medical health plan?</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">Which is best opd health plan in India? </span>

Should I buy the OPD medical health plan? Which is best opd health plan in India?

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
Why OPD Health Plans ? Nowadays OPD Medical Health plan is inevitable in today’s inflation hit-age. Medical expenses are increasing at an unabated pace but have you ever thought your health plan might as well have considerable gaps. Even a proper mediclaim policy will not pay for a seasonal illness or a broken finger. Moreover, the cost of periodic doctor consultation, preventive check-ups, medicines and called as out-of-the-pocket expenses, can erode your hard-earned savings. Also, is it really fair to pay Rs.15000 more every year towards your health policy to avail OPD (out-patient department) benefit just only of Rs 12,000? Insurance is a costly affair: There are so many mediclaim policies on the market that cover both hospitalization and OPD treatment costs on a cashless basis but in-network hospitals and…
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<span class="entry-title-primary">Your Step-by-Step Guide to Selecting a Medical OPD Health Plan</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">Most people get treatments in without getting hospitalized. First of check whether your existing health plan provide you such coverage to cover the expense of out-patient billing services.</span>

Your Step-by-Step Guide to Selecting a Medical OPD Health Plan Most people get treatments in without getting hospitalized. First of check whether your existing health plan provide you such coverage to cover the expense of out-patient billing services.

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
The health landscape can be tricky to navigate. Here’s a start-to-finish guide to choosing the best plan for you and your family, whether it’s through the federal marketplace or an employer. Step 1: Find your Out Patient coverage Most people get treatments in without getting hospitalized. First of check whether your existing health plan provide you such coverage to cover the expense of out-patient billing services. In India normally, insurance plan provides such options but they cost you more for that. So check whether it’s ready to use for the followings: Pre – Existing Conditions No Waiting period required Age bar for premium increasing Maternity Coverage Huge Paperwork Big hidden terms & conditions OPD at your choice of Doctor If all above mentioned points are there then you must think…
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Get free condoms at your doorstep! Claim free condoms now if you live in SAARC, African, Middle East Countries.

Allergy, Healthcare, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
Love it free & ask for free condoms at your doorstep! RIHL (Root India Healthcare Ltd) has started a Free Condom Online Store in India to curb the spread of HIV in the country. According to the statistics, India has the third highest number of infected people. This new RIH store will deliver condoms at the doorstep, cutting down the taboo around buying one from a store. About India In India, an estimated 2.1 million people are HIV positive and these numbers are despite Indian government's hardcore efforts to control the spread. So, RIHL came up with this idea of creating a shop that delivers condoms to the doorstep. With this, they are hoping that people won't face the awkwardness of going to a pharmacy to buy one and in…
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Why does it become Getting Harder to Care for low income earner Patients?

Allergy, Asthma, Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
We have been unable or unwilling to include social factors in how we support and pay doctors. In my more exasperated moments of residency, I must admit I was envious not only of what my supervising doctors knew, but also who they treated. Residents in our clinic, doctors in training just out of medical school, generally picked up patients they cared for in the hospital — with lots of medical problems, little medical care and often without a place to stay. The attending physicians who supervised us, it seemed, built their patient panels handing out business cards in luxury suites at Patriots games. Over time, as we transferred patients from one graduating resident to the next, our panels came to embody the city’s deepest and most recalcitrant social challenges. Symbol…
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<span class="entry-title-primary">How Depression Made Me a Morning Person?</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">What being a morning person feels like. </span>

How Depression Made Me a Morning Person? What being a morning person feels like. 

Healthcare, Heart Disease, Men's Health, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
Despite how click-bait-y this title sounds, it is not an exaggeration. In the last six months, my average wake time has been 6:30am—including weekends, holidays, and frequent time zone crossings. To be fair, 6:30am is not that early in the realm of early-birds, called larks, who espouse the miracles of a 5am wake up time. But for me, this has been such a momentous change that I’ve become quite literally a different person. I am now someone that wakes up naturally before their 6:30am alarm with enthusiasm to tackle the day, and with a wide menu of pre-breakfast activities including meditation, yoga, strenuous bike rides, reading, writing, making old-fashioned oatmeal, etc. I may sound like a holier-than-thou health nut, but I assure you I am nearly as confused as you…
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Nipah Virus Alert ! People are panic in South India. The deadly virus spreader mainly by fruit bats has killed more then 11 people in Kerala State of India.

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Animal Husbandry department and forest officials collect bats from a well of a house after the outbreak of 'Nipah' virus, near Perambra in Kozhikode recently. The Indian state in south of Kerala is in a state of panic after many cases of the killer Nipah virus were detected last week. The state and the central governments have taken comprehensive measures to contain the outbreak of the rare virus. Doctors say it is just another viral infection and there is nothing to panic, but from reactions on social media, people are in a state of heightened alert.   Nipah Virus Alert   The deadly virus carried mainly by fruit bats has killed at least 11 people in Kerala, sparking a statewide health alert. Initial reports state three people had died from the deadly…
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<span class="entry-title-primary">It is time to buy OPD Benefit Healthcare Plan if you still haven’t got one!</span> <span class="entry-subtitle">On the occasion of this World Health Day, we bring to you the need to have OPD protection a basic gateway to avoid hospitalizations.  Sanskriti Singh @rootcare</span>

It is time to buy OPD Benefit Healthcare Plan if you still haven’t got one! On the occasion of this World Health Day, we bring to you the need to have OPD protection a basic gateway to avoid hospitalizations. Sanskriti Singh @rootcare

Allergy, Asthma, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Child Care, Healthcare, Heart Disease, HIV/Aids, Men's Health, Pre Existing, Seasonal Effects, Women's Health
OPD Benefit Healthcare Plan is an important financial tool that helps in dealing with unwanted medical expenses and beating the impact of health care inflation on your wallet.  It is an OPD protection you must have in your portfolio. The earlier you buy a health cover, additional requirement and the better it is for you. When you are younger, having a health OPD benefit cover ensures that you do not have to dip into your savings and disrupt your financial goals in case of non-hospitalizations. “It is an individual decision to be taken after considering several factors such as your and family’s medical history, your lifestyle, the cost of healthcare in your city, the inflation, as well as the plan-policy features you require. Most importantly, it must not be a…
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