Published: Sun, December 10, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Govt's decision on Max Hospital irrational, autocratic, says Delhi Medical Association

Govt's decision on Max Hospital irrational, autocratic, says Delhi Medical Association

His comments came a day after the Delhi government chose to cancel the licence of the hospital for alleged medical negligence on multiple instances, including one in which it wrongly declared an alive baby dead on November 30.

The baby boy - 22-week premature - was declared dead by the Max Hospital on November 30 and handed over to the parents in a plastic bag, along with its still-born twin. "We had no option but to cancel their license", Jain said.

He said the details of the case "need to be verified" and he asked Delhi government to take the necessary action. And, it has been found guilty in those cases too ...

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Aslam Khan, DCP of north west district, said: 'In cases of medical negligence, the police generally consults the Medical Council of India for its opinion.

The father of the children had accused the hospital of deliberately declaring the baby dead and trying to get rid of him after he told the authorities that he will not be able to afford Rs 1 lakh per day for their treatment. It backed the hospital and said if all hospitals start facing such situations where patients die due to such mistakes then healthcare will come to a halt.

Delhi's local government on Friday cancelled the licence of a hospital that mistakenly declared a live infant dead a week ago. "We believe that even if there is an individual error of judgment, holding the hospital responsible is unfair and will severely limit the ability for patients to access treatment", the company said in a statement.

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The newborn died on Wednesday after being in intensive care unit (ICU) for less than a week. "The government has taken a wrong decision.For a mistake that occurred at the level of a doctor, the license of the hospital can not be cancelled". Private hospitals bear 80% of the patients' burden in Delhi. The facility will however continue to treat patients admitted in the hospital. Another charge on which the government found Max Shalimar Bagh at fault was the utilisation of extra beds approved on a temporary basis to treat dengue and chikungunya cases to admit patients requiring uterus and gall bladder removal.

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