WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Related Posts News Credihealth has associated with NABH and JCI-accredited hospitals of Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and BengaluruCredihealth, medical assistance company, has launched its medical tourism portal. The aim is to cater to the demands of international patients with seamless and specialised medical care facilities. The company, with its specialised assistance aims to bridge the gap of the unorganised segment and protect international patients from getting cheated. The latest initiative will also focus on cost transparency, assistance in native languages and tackling other challenges faced by international patients.Reportedly, Credihealth offers end-to-end solutions by connecting patients to the hospitals in India. The medical assistance company sends health reports to a specialist and assists patients in getting personalised treatment costs from hospitals. Apart from offering health assistance, Credihealth also supports international patients by catering to all aspects of patient care management that include pre-arrival requirements like VISA, scheduling appointments, accommodation, and discharge process. In order to provide stay and travel assistance to families, Credihealth has partnered with online hotel aggregators, Oyo and Treebo.In order to offer overseas patients assistance in compliance with International Accreditation Standards, According to a company release, Credihealth has associated with NABH and JCI-accredited hospitals of Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Bengaluru. India has emerged as one of the key MVT destinations in Asia with over 500,000 foreign patients seeking treatment from the country. Currently valued at $3 billion, the medical tourism segment is expected to touch $8 billion by 2020.Commenting on the launch, Ravi Virmani, Founder and MD, Credihealth said, “We believe that the initiative will give a significant push to India’s medical tourism market and will be our contribution to the government’s vision of making India a prime destination for medical and healthcare assistance.” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Share MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” By salil sule on August 3, 2017 Credihealth launches initiative for medical tourists Read Article
RelatedWork Commences on Granville to Retirement Road in St. James Contact: Communications Unit-OPM FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller,has called on the members of the Board of the National Housing Trust (NHT) to be far more aggressive in its pursuit of providing affordable housing solutions for NHT contributors. In a meeting with the members of the NHT Board on Thursday (September 6), the Prime Minister who also has Ministerial responsibility for the NHT, implored them to pay special attention to the young professionals, many of whom are unable to afford some of the houses now being built by the NHT. The Prime Minister also called on the Board members to be sensitive to the disabled community when housing solutions are built, by putting in the necessary features to comfortably accommodate those beneficiaries who are physically challenged. She also took the opportunity to remind the Board members of the raft of NHT related promises she made in her Budget presentation earlier this year and that she was looking for all these promises to become a reality within the timeframe outlined. Those promises include the construction of houses to be accessed by sugar workers and hotel workers. The Prime Minister further pointed out that the NHT was never established just to build housing solutions, but to create schemes with all the necessary features of modern communities, including working in collaboration with other agencies of the Government and the private sector, to provide amenities such as community centres, basic schools and playing areas. PM Urges NHT to Provide More Affordable Housing Solutions TransportSeptember 8, 2012 Advertisements RelatedPM Urges NHT to Provide More Affordable Housing Solutions RelatedPM Urges NHT to Provide More Affordable Housing Solutions
NWC Moves to Improve Negril Water Supply EnvironmentApril 4, 2013 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The National Water Commission (NWC) has embarked on several measures to improve water delivery in the Negril area during the short term, and to develop additional sources within 18 months.This was announced by Minister of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Robert Pickersgill, while addressing hoteliers and other stakeholders at a function held at Breezes Negril, on April 3.The meeting was held by the Minister to outline strategies being employed by the NWC to alleviate the difficulties being experienced by residents and businesses during the drought affecting the island. One of the measures, the Minister said, is that the NWC is aggressively trying to deal with leaks as they are indentified on the system.Mr. Pickersgill said the NWC is also trying to ensure the effective implementation of a schedule, to ensure that all customers receive some water at least every other day for at least eight hours, and that the Commission is already paying $9 million monthly for the trucking of water, from which it recovers no revenue.“A new loading bay has been established along the Sheffield main road, to reduce the time, cost and difficulties involved in the legal trucking of water, and this is to be fully operational later this week,” the Minister informed.“We are appealing to persons not to support the illegal extraction of water from the system, as this practice is only making a bad situation worse. Furthermore, the quality of water delivered in trucks that are not known to have been sterilized, cannot be guaranteed,” he stated.Other measures to improve water supply in the Negril area are the addition of two Rapid Response trucks; and work currently taking place at the Great River Treatment Plant to get the facility to produce its maximum of 15 million gallons per day, to boost the Logwood system.The Minister said for the longer term, work will be done to expand the water production capacity of the Martha Brae Treatment Plant from 6 million gallons per day to 11 million, as part of the process of having more water on the North Coast to distribute westwards. “This project is scheduled to be completed in about 18 months,” he added.Mr. Pickersgill said that surveyors are currently working in the town of Lucea on preparatory works for an improved pipeline network through the town, to allow for water from the Great River Treatment Plant to come as far as Green Island, and for water from the Logwood Treatment Plant to be dedicated to serving Negril.By Garfield Angus, JIS reporter RelatedNWC Moves to Improve Negril Water Supply RelatedNWC Moves to Improve Negril Water Supply RelatedNWC Moves to Improve Negril Water Supply Advertisements
Home Iliad mulls fundraising options Chris Donkin Previous ArticleSoftBank hands Arm means to aggressively expandNext ArticleUS ratchets pressure on UK over Huawei XL Axiata cautions on slow growth Author AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 19 MAR 2019 Asia Iliad fixes on Italy wireline market move France-based operator group Iliad began reviewing its options for 5,700 mobile sites as it seeks to raise cash to accelerate network rollout across its two markets.As part of its 2018 annual results statement, the company said it was looking into forming an “industrial partnership” with an unnamed investor to raise funds to speed-up infrastructure deployment and “maximise value creation”.It is not clear if the company is looking to sell-off the assets completely or divest a stake in the units.During 2018 Iliad entered its second market, Italy, though simultaneously the operator was losing subscribers in its home market as it changed its strategy to attract a higher ARPU base.In a statement, Iliad said its unit in France had moved to “less aggressive and more targeted promotions” during 2018 in addition to introducing new loyalty policies. During the year it lost 254,000 mobile subscribers in its home market, ending December with a base of 13.4 million.Iliad set up shop in Italy in May 2018, with a strategy based on significantly undercutting rivals’ pricing. It claimed “outstanding commercial success” having secured 2.8 million subscribers by the end of the year.Overall net profit for 2018 was €330 million, down 18.5 per cent year-on-year. Revenue in France fell 2 per cent year-on-year to €4.8 billion, due primarily to a decline in takings from its landline division. In Italy revenue was €125 million, resulting in an operating loss in the country of €52 million.Iliad’s net debt at the end of the year was €4 billion, up from €2.5 billion at end-2017, with high capital expenditure costs recorded in Italy as it continues to construct its network. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back MTN plots fintech, infrastructure spin-offs Related Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Tags earningsIliad
Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Oct. 27. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at http://www.hupd.harvard.edu.Oct. 23: An officer was dispatched to take a report of a stolen mountain bicycle, lock, and helmet at Tosteson Medical Education Center. At Harkness Commons, an MBTA Charlie Card and $137 were stolen.Oct. 24: An unattended, unsecured CD player was stolen from the Fairbank Center. At 2 Mt. Auburn St., an officer assisted the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) with a motor vehicle accident.Oct. 25: At Evans Way and Park Drive, an individual informed an officer that two other individuals took their cell phone and fled the area. The Boston Police Department took over upon arrival.Oct. 26: An officer was dispatched to take a report of damage done to plants outside of the Kresge building. At Leverett House, officers were dispatched to take a report of a theft. The following unattended, unsecured items were reported missing: Two iPhones, credit cards, ID cards, keys, digital camera, and MP3 player. At Mill Street and Plympton Street, officers observed a group of individuals with the same CPD description of a group observed slashing tires. The CPD was notified and took over the scene upon arrival.Oct. 27: At the Gutman Library, an officer responded to a report of a stolen unattended, unsecured wallet containing an MBTA Charlie Card, ID card, credit cards, and $40. At the School of Public Health Community Relations Office, an officer took a report of graffiti on the front glass door. At the Littauer Center, an officer was dispatched to take a report of a stolen duffel bag containing a Dell laptop. A mountain bicycle and master U-Lock were reported stolen at Canaday Hall. At Dunster House, an officer was dispatched to take a report of a stolen iPod touch.