Private hospitals, divided by 150, the rs roof of the costs of COVID-19 vaccines

Private hospitals, divided by the Rs 150 is the limit of the core of the management of the COVID-19 vaccine. Apollo Hospitals, the largest hospital chain in India, is said to be a ceiling of Rs 150 is the cost of applying the COVID-19 vaccine will not make a difference to their programme.

“We’re doing this (COVID-19 vaccine), in the name of the national interest,” She Reddy, joint managing director, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise, told CNBC-TV18.

“It’s okay, we’re going to continue to work out,” Reddy said.

Apollo Hospitals, a cost of Rs 200 which is an administration fee for vaccines, which is substantially more than the purchase price. Apollo has already managed to 1.2 million doses of the vaccine.
The european union, the government has liberalised the purchase of a COVID-19 vaccine, May 1, private hospitals, and businesses, to directly receive the vaccine, and to write to his people.

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On the market, From the Institute of India (SII), Covishield is being sold for 600 rupees per dose, Bharat Biotech, Kovaxin be sold for 1200 rupees per serving of Dr. Reddy’s of the Satellite, V vaccination 995 per serving.

According to Mark Jefferies India, April 21, in a private vaccination bring in up to $ 1.4 billion in revenues during fiscal year 22. The COVID-19 vaccine, is expected to generate approximately 5% to 10% of the business networks of the hospital’s revenue.
The major hospitals, the hope is that COVID-19 vaccine will benefit them in the long run, because it will help them to get better, consulting, cross-sales, and health packs, and more.

Corporate hospital chains like Apollo, Max Healthcare, Fortis Healthcare, Narayana Health, care, Manipal Hospitals, others have shown a great interest of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Second, the hospital management did not share the Reddy’s opinion of the Apollo. They believe that the Rs 150 is a very, very small, and they are less likely to be implemented.

“We are very happy to be in the role of the private sector, the programme has been approved, it will allocate 25 per cent of the private sector,” Fortis said in a statement.

“It’s the last of the non-service charge of Rs 150 will not cover additional costs such as the off-site vaccination camps, which have substantial costs, such as emergency service, transportation, extra workers, and physicians, as well as the TDS is involved in a lot of cases. We are calling on the government to consider a higher fee, in order for a disaster to a vaccination camp in order to ensure a more comprehensive coverage, ” The being said.

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Dr. Alok Roy, Chairman of kolkata’s Medica Superspeciality Hospital, and is also the Chairman of the Medical Committee, FICCI, told Moneycontrol that the restrictions of the administrative order is in a “retrograde” step.

“The only thing, the price is not yet the end-of-the Rs 150 and this is a good thing, and not as the price will vary depending on the service, and convenience. If you are, you have to produce the vaccine in an air-conditioned environment, it is best to use the supplies, have a qualified registered nurses and doctors on-site, has been one of the ambulance, ready to use and go to bed, as part of the protocol, and there is surely more expensive, ” said the Son.

“If the government really wants to reduce COVID-19 vaccine in the private sector, and it should be limited to the price of the COVID-19 vaccine. Why are vaccines for COVID-19 is more expensive for the private sector, ” said the Son.

Another of the chief of the private hospitals in the network, who wanted to give his name, told that, at least 200, Rs, it would be the perfect prize for a hospital, which is motivated by something different.

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The Cap of Rs 150 is a good thing

In contrast, Dr. Girdhar Gyani, is the PRESIDENT of the Association of healthcare providers (AHPI), which represents the small hospitals, nursing homes and health care centers, and near the entrance to the basement of the building.

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“AHPI has been to the benefit of the Rs 150 is the limit, from the beginning,” the government has finally been realized. Some of the private hospitals to take advantage of the ‘free market’, and has been charged to 500-1, 000 rupees as a processing fee, which is unfair, ” Gyani said.
Gyani claims to be a private hospital, the financial strength of the corners of COVID-19 vaccines in the private sector, since it was first opened on May 1, and they made a lot of money.

“The COVID-19 vaccine is not a core business, which is the only part of the CSR activity, the pity of it, cap,” Giani ask for it.

“The time has come for the government to think of it, in order to ensure that the vaccine is delivered to the small hospitals and clinics, so that they can carry out COVID-19 vaccines in small towns and rural areas,” Gyani said.

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