Nursing home Par Hui Karywahi – thousand bill on slip, commission for CT scan also taken over

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Jhansi. Nursing homes not only charged patients arbitrarily, but also presented billing for tests valued at thousands of rupees on a simple slip of paper. Now the problem of medical reimbursement has arisen in front of the patient’s relatives. However, the health department says that action will be taken if a complaint is made against the nursing home.
Corona caused an atmosphere of chaos everywhere in Jhansi. When the second wave peaked, there was a scuffle over government beds in private hospitals. In order to save the lives of the patients, family members had to face any inconvenience. Under this guise, many nursing homes recovered enormously. The brave officers of the district kept making hollow claims about strict behavior. This increased the mood in the hospitals. The patients could not make any claims or complaints either, for which they received a bill in the thousands on a simple piece of paper. Such a case has come to the fore. An employee of the education department was moved to another hospital by the relatives when the condition of Corona became critical. The son says his father was admitted to the previous nursing home for about 20 days. ABG was tested daily. Each time he received an invoice on a simple piece of paper that didn’t even have the name of the hospital on it. According to the son, more than 12,000 funds were secured from him in the name of the ABG investigation. Apart from that, Rs 5300 was also charged for performing a CT scan, while a fee of 3500 was set by the association. The hospital also took this money and sent it to the private center for examination. 500 rupees were given separately for the nursing home’s ambulance to be transported a few steps away. That being said, the bill was charged at Rs 14400 for each day. The son says that bills from ordinary receipts cannot be included in medical reimbursement. At the same time, the investigating officer of the health department, Dr. Mahendra Kumar, who is investigating complaints against nursing homes, that action will be taken if the victim complains.
In the event of a complaint about negligence in treatment, notification will be given
A complaint about negligence in the treatment of Corona has reached the health department against a nursing home in Shivaji Nagar. Investigator Dr. Mahendra Kumar said preparations were being made to notify the affected nursing home. Action will be taken according to the rules after the response is received.

Jhansi. Nursing homes not only charged patients arbitrarily, but also presented billing for tests valued at thousands of rupees on a simple slip of paper. Now the problem of medical reimbursement has arisen in front of the patient’s relatives. However, the health department says that action will be taken if a complaint is made against the nursing home.

Corona caused an atmosphere of chaos everywhere in Jhansi. When the second wave peaked, there was a scuffle over government beds in private hospitals. In order to save the lives of the patients, family members had to face any inconvenience. Under this guise, many nursing homes recovered enormously. The brave officers of the district kept making hollow claims about strict behavior. This increased the mood in the hospitals. The patients could not make any claims or complaints either, for which they received a bill in the thousands on a simple piece of paper. Such a case has come to the fore. An employee of the education department was moved to another hospital by the relatives when the condition of Corona became critical. The son says his father was admitted to the previous nursing home for about 20 days. ABG was tested daily. Each time he received an invoice on a simple piece of paper that didn’t even have the name of the hospital on it. According to the son, more than 12,000 funds were secured from him in the name of the ABG investigation. Apart from that, Rs 5300 was also charged for performing a CT scan while the fee of 3500 was set by the association. The hospital also took this money and sent it to the private center for examination. 500 rupees were given separately for the nursing home’s ambulance to be transported a few steps away. That being said, the bill was charged at Rs 14400 for each day. The son says that bills from ordinary receipts cannot be included in medical reimbursement. At the same time, the investigating officer of the health department, Dr. Mahendra Kumar, who is investigating complaints against nursing homes, that action will be taken if the victim complains.

In the event of a complaint about negligence in treatment, notification will be given

A complaint about negligence in the treatment of Corona has reached the health department against a nursing home in Shivaji Nagar. Investigator Dr. Mahendra Kumar said preparations were being made to notify the affected nursing home. Action will be taken according to the rules after the response is received.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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