The budget session of Parliament is going to start from 29 January. The budget session running in two parts will run till 8 April.
New Delhi: Healthcare companies have demanded the government to increase the spending limit on the healthcare sector in the upcoming budget. These companies say that it is necessary to improve the infrastructure in the health and medical fields.. After this, the Union Budget will be presented at 11 am on February 1.
Dilip Jose, MD and CEO of Manipal Hospitals, said in a statement, “Public spending in healthcare needs to increase to at least 2.5 per cent of GDP in the next three years, which is just 1.2 per cent.
Most of our investment in this Infrastructure construction and modernization must be done. Hopefully, significant steps will be taken in this direction in the 2021-22 budget. “
“Budget allocation needed to be increased”
Highlighting expectations from the budget, Amira Shah, MD, Metropolis Healthcare, said, “The lack of adequate public health infrastructure in India and spending beyond a scope jointly puts a high financial burden on Indian families.
Hence the health and medical sector It is important to increase budget allocation. Strengthening the system of health services through public-private partnership is the need of the hour. “
We expect the government to reestablish favorable policies and provide sufficient funds for the development of MSMEs. Allocation. Indian entrepreneurs hope that the Union Budget 2021 will provide some long-term benefits to the sector with better access to credit and liberal taxation policies
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