BENGALURU: Vivek Kulkarni, managing director, Brickwork Ratings has announced that the entire Indian healthcare sector needs reforms and stern implementation of existing regulations. In addition to this, accreditation and ratings should be encouraged as well. Brickwork Ratings chief also said that all these concerned rules and regulations should be decentralized and support innovation.
According to Kulkarni, some drastic issues related to public and private hospitals are quite different. NGO Transparency International has also disclosed that the whole health service sector is considered as the most corrupted sector in the country. The main reason behind rapid lead to corruption is accredited to doctors followed by hospital staff.
For the country, water and sanitation reforms are considered as moderately vital. Simultaneously, the country has a huge share of the global disease load. The overall disease burden include 23 per cent of under-five deaths, 25 per cent of neonatal deaths, 34 per cent of undernourished children and 45 per cent of non vaccinated children with DTP3 and many others.