Not good for hospitals making arbitrary recovery from Corona patients, SC's big step

New Delhi: The global epidemic coronavirus saw a shortage of oxygen to beds. Several private hospitals were also hit by serious allegations during this period. On Monday, a petition filed against arbitrary bill collection of treatment from corona patients in private hospitals, nursing homes were heard in the apex court. Here the court has issued notices to all state governments seeking their response. The court has already issued a notice to the central government in the case.

In fact, the Supreme Court in a petition had decided to examine whether private hospitals have tampered with fee transactions in times of dire need for medical care to corona patients and their families during the epidemic. The government of India had issued a notice through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on a petition seeking an audit of bills and setting up scrutiny mechanisms for corona patients accused of cheating private hospitals.

Justice DY Chandrachud had admitted a petition directing the government to examine whether private hospitals have charged more than COVID-19 patients by giving priority to fees. The apex court had issued a notice to the Government of India on Abhinav Thapar's plea through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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