PPE kit price standardization
I know BIS doesnt do price standardisation but consumer ministry the parent of BIS needs to pitch in here and drive this consumer issue to pharma or health dept on behalf of the consumers.
Hospitals claiming to use approximately 20 kits/patient/day. Its loot at its peak. No ones speaking. more
THE AUTHORITIES SHOULD NOW AT LEAST COME DOWN HEAVILY ONSUCH PROFITEERS . AS IT IS THE THE CONSUMERS ARE CRESTFALLEN , UNABLE TO EARN THEIR INCOME , BANKS REDUCING THE INTEREST RATES , PRICES OF FOOD FUEL SHOOTING UP . (eg. Rice price / kg has gone up from Rs.58 to 67/).At this juncture some one from the family falls sick that will be the last straw for the family . more
The ingredient of blood ie loot by few can not be transformed within a
short span. For reforms to be implemented, people's voice and participation
must. I am sure the present Govt is able to take hard decisions once it
comes to their notice. Also we are in the habit of not caring for others.
Otherwise how a hosp can charge Rs 8000-15000/ as a cost of PPE from a
patient. But we remain silent as it does not pertain to we. Where is the
media? Where are our social workers? It becomes a personal problem for the
individual as he is facing the situation. Sir, Let us all make an effort to
get such inflated bill and take it to the auth concern or the Govt to black
list such looters, if it is proved.