Anbumani on Free Quality Health Care

Anbumani on Free Quality Health Care

We invite you to interact with Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss on the topic “Free Quality Health Care” in the context of Tamil Nadu. Please ask your questions in the comments section below. The top 10 up-voted questions will be answered by Dr. Anbumani himself during the event on March 10, 2016 at Vellore.

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Update (15 March, 2016): A message from Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss

I am extremely overwhelmed to see your participation with thoughtful questions. Many thanks for writing to me with your query. I hope my talk on “Free Quality Healthcare” was insightful.

Please be assured to receive my response to your queries. It will be soon be published here. I wholeheartedly thank you for your continued support. Let us together build a brand new Tamil Nadu.

Yours Sincerely,
Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss

  • Gnana suriyan K
    Posted at 19:35h, 09 March Reply


    Will u start government pharmaceutical industry to give a free medicines to Tamilnadu people…. becaz 100 crore rupees enough to run a simple oral solid formulations .. it is also a profitable business like NLC

    Posted at 19:48h, 09 March Reply


    Sir H lath and Sanitation are ur strengths, why are you not focusing more on the same. As you highlight the achievements as a central minister why don’t you have more ambitious and clear cut plans on the subject.
    Please publish the existing infrastructure in terms of health and sanitation in TN and project a healthy future for Tamilnadu with more statistics for men women and children separately. All the best….

  • Rajesh
    Posted at 23:03h, 09 March Reply


    first of all thanks you sir for our 108 ambulance services sir…

    My question is our grand parents and ancestors have well balanced diet in their food cycles by having Ragi and all healthy foods.But current generation peoples is not at all having proper balanced diet and this may be root cause of having sugar, diabetes and many more health dieseases…

    What is your view point on this and what is your government plan on this sir???

  • Yoganandam
    Posted at 00:38h, 10 March Reply


    Most of Pvt. Hospitals are money mind than service mind. How you control them? Free health care were already available in govt hospital. How free quality care differ from these

  • Dhandayudhapani Murugan
    Posted at 06:27h, 10 March Reply


    1.Today’s Healthcare lacks transparency and
    2. Star ratings for hospitals and
    doctors based on their performances.
    3. Rates for various surgeries and diagnostics
    to be fixed across the state on the basis of
    facilities and performance ratings.
    4. create hospitals like AIIMS in every 100

  • Keerthi
    Posted at 14:08h, 10 March Reply


    What is ur model to create health services delivery???Will u be relying on private inst. for service delivery through govt. subsidisation or expansion of infrastructure???Which among the two according to u works best and why???

    Posted at 14:13h, 10 March Reply


    Govt Hospitals are not giving prpoer guidance and responce to the patients and attenders even though the problem is serious and there is no enough beds in the hospitals
    But for But Baby and mother care unit are somehow better due to NHRM Scheme but still need lot of improvement’s regarding mother and baby supervision..

    What is your action plan to rectify the above problems..

  • Tamil vel
    Posted at 14:26h, 10 March Reply


    தற்போது இருக்கின்ற சுகாதாரமையங்களில் எத்தகைய மேம்பாடுகளை மேற்கொள்ள போகிறீர்,
    ஒவ்வொரு பேருந்து நிலையங்களிலும் தரமான இலவச கழிப்பிடங்கள் அமைப்பது மட்டும் இன்றி அவற்றை முறையாக பராமறிப்பு செய்ய முடியுமா?

    2. தெடு தூர பயண நேரங்களில் பேருந்துகள் உணவு நேரத்தில் நிற்கும் இடங்களில் தரமற்ற உணவும் மணசாட்சியற்ற விலையும் இருக்கிறது. மேலும் சென்னை திருச்சி யை தவிர்த்து மற்ற பகுதிகளில் சுகாதாரற்ற நிலையில்தான் பேருந்துகள் உள்ளது இதற்கான மாற்று என்ன?

  • Karthik
    Posted at 14:42h, 10 March Reply


    1) please propose a solution, for increasing the standards of govt hospital in par with private hospital so that people trust govt hospital

    2) Also, after the introduction of insurance coverage for hospital expense , you can very well find the bills/expenses getting almost twice the original. So request you to give a solution for this and for regulating the same
    Wishing you all the very best in your journey


  • Mr. V. Lakshmi Narasimhan
    Posted at 15:44h, 10 March Reply


    I would like to congratulate you for taking the point of Prohibition and Pasumai Thayagam which is the most important aspect at this point of time.

    My question for you sir, is why in India/Tamilnadu private hospitals are flourishing whereas government hospital despite having best infrastructure is not able to address public – is that the reason being corruption at lower levels in government hospitals or lethargic attitude of doctors or combinations of these. Also will you change the culture and make people come to government run hospitals instead of private ones. If you are able to change this then the nexus/cartel between insurance companies and private hospitals can be broken. Waiting for your comment plan for this. Thanks.

    Posted at 15:49h, 10 March Reply


    sir Health care is an important sector for the public ,but nowadays most of the employees in health department were appointed on contractual basis nurses,Technicians and so on ,so how we can expect quality Treatment .Whats your plan relating to employees working on contractual basis.???

  • Karthik Kumar
    Posted at 15:52h, 10 March Reply


    What is the source of income for free education and healthcare?????

  • Rajasekaran s
    Posted at 15:58h, 10 March Reply


    chinnayya, i wanna clarification regards what are the rehabilitation measures of alcohol addicts in tamilnadu

    Posted at 16:20h, 10 March Reply


    Sir, Do we have any plan to construct Government IT companies similar to private legends like TCS, Infosys, HCL, Wipro, etc. If YES, Could you please include the complete strategy into our 2016 manifesto?.

  • Gokulakannan Sampath
    Posted at 16:43h, 10 March Reply


    I am sure the health care in government hospitals will get better in your rule. My question to u sir is, how a private hospital can provide better health care than the government and the private hospitals and doctors charge a hefty amount for the services that aren’t that costly. There is no law to put a check to the pricing for the health services. Will there be any law to change this system, if u become cm. What will be your plans to change all this, sir?

  • S.Madhan
    Posted at 18:01h, 10 March Reply


    Sir ICU ‘s in GH should be employed with more staff nurses( 1 staff nurse per 1 ICU bed ) & more health care workers like ward boys, mna’s & fna’s…this will Improve quality of health care & also provide employment opportunities… They should undergo training programs & should be dedicated on par will private hospital s …monitors & other devices like alpha beds,transport ventilators with oxygen cylinders, DVT stockings, infusion pumps,warmers should be made available in ICU of all GH…

  • Ramesh Kumar Radhakrishnan
    Posted at 18:49h, 10 March Reply


    Hello Mr.Anbumani,


    First of all thank you for your service during ur tenure as Health Minister

    I am very much happy to see an educated CM candidate in tamilnadu. I hope you to see you as CM as well.

    My first question is how will you improve govt. Hospital quality of service. If we see in private hospitals if someone dont work well they ll be terminated or some action will be taken on them. But in government sector, the mentality of workers is even if they do their work or not they will be getting paid as usual. Do you think you can eradicate this mentality from govt sector people or will you inplement the same policy what so ever the private sector is providing?

    My second question is quality helath care in the sense, only the quality of doctors or workers quality will increase or even the quality infrastructure? I mean to ask even the infrastructure of the govt. Hospitals will be maintained like private hospitals?

    Waiting for your reply Mr.Anbumani


  • Pradhap singh
    Posted at 19:27h, 10 March Reply


    ARIYALUR district has many cement factories and mines and we are living with every kind of pollution here. what’s your solution for that in your government.

  • karthik
    Posted at 21:51h, 10 March Reply


    Write your comment here…sir …even in govt hospitals …tat too in Chennai boasting as the capital …there s a vast shortage of drugs and supplies…maternity hospitals with frequent shortage of drugs ..syringes…myself being a doctor completed my internship last year…it’s a pity to reuse autocloved gloves to conduct labour(used paper gloves also)..there was a shortage of anti-d also…y does ths happen sir…all these are essential…y there s a shortage???how ll u tackle ths

  • P.M.பாஸ்கரன் M.A.,B.Ed.,B.L.,
    Posted at 13:48h, 11 March Reply


    நீங்கள் சர்க்கரை நோய் பற்றி விரிவாக விளக்கி இருந்தால் இன்னும் சிறப்பாக அமைந்திருக்கும் சுகாதாரம் பற்றிய விவாதம்

    Posted at 13:52h, 28 January Reply


    Anbumani 4 centimetre. Anbumani aagiya naan Jathi Kalavaram nadatha maithanaan amaipen.

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