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After the 0-3 loss in the Test series in Sri Lanka, which are branded as ‘Reach’, and metro hospitals there is a clear cost difference of 17-20 per cent Pallavi Ail: How will you attract and maintain doctors nurses and other paramedical staff for hospitals in smaller cities The doctors are concerned about their children getting good education — fortunately today Tier II and III cities have excellent schools and this has helped us attract and send skilled people to these cities Every year about a thousand doctors from the UK apply to return to India and work for Apollo Hospitals We select about 300 from them This year 80 per cent of the selected doctors have opted to work at Reach hospitals Shruti Ambavat: How has private equity helped you in terms of growing your business Is there a deal with KKR (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts) We have completed a deal We have taken Rs 550 crore from KKR to clear our debt and to also expand in new areas in the healthcare sector beyond hospitals Shobhana Subramanian: What are the new areas you are venturing into We will venture into health IT We need to reach people on the move The environment for 3G 4G mobile broadband is developing and we want to use the cellphone to bring health awareness to the public and to keep them well Sunil Jain: You are buying into them as a private equity firm We have already started a company for health IT where we will bring in private equity plus provide solutions to reach out to the masses We are also working on home health This means a nurse or physiotherapy for patients who have been discharged In the future we want to take it to the next level where a discharged patient or elderly patient is connected 24X7 to the hospital through IT systems and we can reach out to him for any assistance at any time Sunil Jain: How much would health IT form part of your total business I don’t know but we will do beyond our promise Numbers are important We need to live up to the trust that people put in us This year we are adding 10 new hospitals with 1500 new beds at a cost of Rs 2000-crore plus upgrading facilities One challenge was to bring talented doctors and paramedics to practise in villages and Tier II and III cities Today we have seven Reach hospitals and are adding six more The focus is to take healthcare to rural areas to help patients who travel at least 200-300 kilometres to reach a hospital Abantika Ghosh: There is an ongoing issue of pending bills with the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) Some private hospitals have left the CGHS and some have threatened to leave How can this be resolved Hospitals should be transparent however the CGHS should also be transparent about the cost They are reimbursing at 2006 tariffs We pay in three weeks for whatever we buy But they give repayment in six months and deduct as they please Abantika Ghosh: There is a perception that the corporate healthcare system has reduced trust in the doctor-patient relationship How do you look at it I am a doctor first My patients still love me One must continue to enjoy the trust of patients A one-day gain may become a long-term loss if the patient loses trust Hospitals and doctors must be transparent However patients should also understand that costs vary from disease to disease and surgery to surgery Surabhi: A lot of Indian drugmakers are facing flak from foreign regulators on manufacturing practices with Ranbaxy being the latest What is you view on this Also will you continue to sell Ranbaxy drugs Ranbaxy is not the only company they have pointed to others also I don’t find anything wrong I have met the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) head Their point is clear and I agree A drug instead of improving may harm fatally So I agree there needs to be strict discipline in manufacturing Our government should also be strict Last time we had stopped Ranbaxy drugs for sometime and sought a detailed explanation and only resumed selling the drugs after the government of India vouched for their safety Pritha Chatterjee: There was a Supreme Court judgment on medical negligence last year against Kolkata’s AMRI hospital How do you react as a hospital group Also have you taken any precautions We did not see reason in the judgment A doctor has all-pervasive power of prescribing or taking a specific course of treatment How can the hospital be held responsible Also where the doctor is concerned I can’t say whether he was negligent or not It was a difficult case We have guidelines for doctors We have also discussed legal aspects of treating patients Pallavi Ail: Are you planning to rope in a partner for your pharmacy business When we talk about a partner it is for two reasons Primarily how can we run the pharmacy business better — we are running it quite efficiently as of now The second thing is the sourcing We are not looking for an investor in the pharmacy but a partner who has dual sourcing He will source from India and we will be able to source from him When I get the right partner I will come back to you A partner can bring three things First if they are large they know how to manage a large chain That we have learnt already and we have a strong IT system to manage the chain of pharmacies Secondly it is the sourcing That can give some cost benefit But the partner should also source from India ie we take some products from them and they buy some products from Apollo It should be an equal partnership Shobhana Subramanian: Who are you more proud of — Dr Reddy the doctor or Dr Reddy the entrepreneur The doctor I am a doctor and I miss seeing patients Shobhana Subramanian: Why have you given up practice Because of time and also I have not been able to keep up with new technology As a cardiologist so much has happened in this field and newer things are happening If you don’t have time you cannot keep up If I had stayed at my initial 150-bed hospital I would still be practising But then that would be at the cost of expansion Transcribed by Jayati Ghose For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 6 2017 7:49 pm Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui forged on so powerfully that by the end of the race as he came towards the line at Tower Bridge (Source: Reuters) Top News Kenya’s Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui prevailed in a compelling east African duel with Ethiopian Tamirat Tola on the streets of London to win the men’s marathon at the World Athletics Championships on Sunday Kirui victor at the Boston Marathon in April finally broke Tola the fastest man in the field with five miles (805 km) of the 262-mile course left after they had gone head-to-head over the second half of the race At the 19-mile mark Tola the fastest man in the field had made his decisive effort and sped away from the 24-year-old Kenyan but within two miles Kirui had hauled back the lead before surging away immediately and emphatically Kirui forged on so powerfully that by the end of the race as he came towards the line at Tower Bridge he even had time to tap the hands of some of the hundreds of fans lining the finish Kenya’s fifth men’s world champion at the distance eventually clocked 2 hours 8 minutes 27 seconds finishing one minute and 22 seconds ahead of Tola (2:09:49) The Ethiopian who had tired rapidly after Kirui’s second wind just held on for silver by two seconds from the fast-finishing Alphonce Simbu who won Tanzania’s second medal ever at a World Championships Britain’s Callum Hawkins then earned the biggest cheers from the big crowds lining the streets when he came home in a remarkable fourth place in a lifetime best 2:10:17 amid familiar African domination Enthusiastic spectators were crammed 10 deep at key points along the four-lap route which started and finished at Tower Bridge and took in some of London’s most famous sights like the Tower of London The bells chimed at St Paul’s Cathedral and they rang out for Kirui when he surged home alone on the last circuit to complete a remarkable breakthrough year He had run a similar race in Boston producing a late surge over the last few miles to destroy the opposition Now in just his fourth marathon he strode away majestically on an historic day when both the men’s and women’s races were staged On a fine sunny late morning the field of 75 had to negotiate a tricky windy course with tight turns especially when the runners entered the business area of The City with the real contenders just sparring over the first two laps With the field having gone through half-way in 1:05:28 though Tola Kirui and another Kenyan Gideon Kipkemoi Kipketer opted to make the race-changing move as they forged ahead Three quickly became two as Kipketer began to pay and eventually trailed home fifth Meanwhile the race favourite Daniel Wanjiru who had won the London Marathon in the spring run on a very different course never looked comfortable eventually finishing eighth The real shock though came from Hawkins who evidently inspired by competing in his home championships was perfectly happy to take up the pace over the first half of the race and then held on superbly to record the best ever finish by a Briton in a world championship marathon For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSrinagar: Curfew was imposed on Saturday in Harwanarea in Kashmirin the wake of death of a teenager in clashes on Fridayevening while the curbs continued in some other parts of thesummer capital and two towns of Kashmir "Curfew has been imposed in Harwan area of Srinagar citythis morning while it remains in force in five police stationareas of downtown (interior areas) city and Batamaloo" apolice official said Security personnel watch as masked youth shouts slogans after they took out a protest rally against the killings of civilians in Srinagar PTI A pellet-ridden body of a youth was found in Harwan areaof the city late last night He was allegedly injured insecurity forces action on protesters during the clashes in thearea yesterday Normal life in the violence-hit Valley remained paralysedfor the 71st consecutive day due to restrictions andseparatist-sponsored strike The official said curfew was also enforced in the townsof Badgam in central Kashmir and Pulgam in south? 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