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Corporatisation and Regulation in the Private Healthcare Sector in India (CRiPS)

Project: 'Practices, regulation and accountability in the evolving private healthcare sector: lessons from Maharashtra State, India'.
Duration: July, 2017 to June 2019
Funded by: UK Medical Research Council as part of the Health Systems Research Initiative.

Corporatisation and Regulation in the Private Healthcare Sector in India (CRiPS) is concerned with the expansion and changing face of private sector hospital care and related diagnostic services through an organised, and increasingly transnational, healthcare industry. Using a detailed case study in Maharashtra State, India, the research aims to: examine the implications of these emerging forms of healthcare delivery and their business and management practices for the healthcare sector and for practitioners and users of their services; consider the nature of past attempts at effective private sector regulation; and to advance the development of a social accountability framework for regulation of the sector. CRiPS is collaboration between SATHI and King’s College London.

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Anusandhan Trust

Anusandhan Trust, a public trust registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, (Registration No: E-13480), runs two centres namely: CEHAT based in Mumbai and SATHI in Pune.
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