The Odisha Health and Family Welfare Department on Friday issued an advisory to manage inventory of drugs so that no expired medicines could be dispensed to any patient at any government hospital or government medical college.
In order to streamline and strengthen quality public health service delivery to the people of the State, Odisha Health and Family Welfare Department is going to implement OeHMIS (Odisha e- Hospital Management Information System) in all Government Medical Colleges.
Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government has now made it mandatory for all postgraduate medical students in the state to serve for, at least, 10 years in the government sector upon completion of their studies. Students who fail to do so will be required to pay a fine of Rs one crore. According to Additional Chief […]