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    • Laws Applicable toPhysicians of Ayurveda Anand Choudhary Department of Rasa Shastra Faculty of Ayurveda Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University Varanasi, UP Email-anandayubhu@gmail.com Cell- 9452074480
    • Contents Registration – Self & Hospital Medical Laws- CPA & CP Special Submission National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 2
    • Registration Regulations  Central Council of Indian Medicine  Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970: for regulation of education and practice of ASU 3 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011
    • IMCC ACT ,1970 Rights of persons possessing qualifications included in Second, Third and Fourth Schedules to be enrolled . National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 4
    • IMCC Act ,1970 Shall hold office as Vaidya, Siddha, Hakim or physician or any other office (by whatever designation called) in Government or in any institution maintained by a local or other authority Shall practice Indian medicine in any State National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 5
    • IMCC Act ,1970  PART V DISCIPLINARY ACTIONNational Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 6
    • Establishment of ClinicRegistration - CMO officeFreedom – NPANABH was set up in 2005 as a constituent board ofQuality Council of India for designing quality parameters inhealthcare sector including single specialty hospitals andnursing homes. National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 7
    • Assertive AccreditationGlobal Gratitude Gram Vaidya National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 8
    • Consumer Protection Act National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 9
    • Consumer Protection Act Supreme Court settled the position and ruled that Medical Services falls within the purview of Consumer Protection Act. WHY SO ? The earlier attitude of ‘I don’t mind telephone calls at night as it is my duty to attend to my patients’ has been replaced by impatient responses such: as ‘Call tomorrow. I’m very busy.’ National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 10
    • Consumer Protection Act The medical fraternity must be made accountable for their actions. And patients, as consumers of medical treatment, must have the right to health education. National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 11
    • Consumer Protection Act NATIONAL CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION, NEW DELHI Justice K.S. Gupta, Presiding Member and Mrs. Rajyalakshmi, Member Revision Petition No.2462 of 2004, Decided on 20- 12-2005 Sikha Nayak vs.Dr. Manabesh Pramanick National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 12
    • Consumer Protection Act RAJASTHAN STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION JAIPUR Justice Sunil Kumar Garg, President and Mrs. Sushma Tanwar, Member Appeal No. 811 of 1998, Decided on 5-10-2005 R.C. Purohit vs. Usha Devada National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 13
    • Consumer Protection Act Tolerant and generally still respect and love doctors ?. Fears and apprehensions ? REMEDIES; Bond of love, trust and friendship between the patient and physician, healing would be extremely effective. National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 14
    • Legal LookoutAffirmation Announcement National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 15
    • PharmacovigilancePharmacovigilance is the science and activitiesrelated to Detection Assessment Understanding Prevention of Adverse effects or Any other possible drug related problems Launched on 29 September, 2008 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 16
    • Elegant ExtensionPanchkarma Procedure Prominent Participation ? National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 17
    • Cross PrescriptionAllopathicMedicine by Ayurvedic DoctorsAyurvedic Medicine by Allopathic Doctors Rule 122 A & Schedule Y 1 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 18
    • Cross Prescription Poonam Verma vs Ashwin Patel (1996 4 SCC332) A person who does not have knowledge of a particular system of medicine but practices in that system is a quack and mere pretender to medical knowledge or skill ,or to put it differently a charalatan. National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 19
    • Cross Prescription K Nagaraju V/s The State Of Andhra Pradesh Criminal revision case no 417 of 2002 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 20
    • Cross Prescription A Duty of care to every patient he accepts to treat Practice reasonable degree of skill and knowledge and must exercise a reasonable degree of care Dr J B Naik Memorial Medico- Legal Cell Activity Report National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 21
    • Cross Prescription Maharsastra Madhaya Pradesh Punjab Haryana Utter Pradesh KarnatakaKerala – Traditional Healers – Feb ,2011 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 22
    • Ascendancy AbilityStatement Declaration National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 23
    • Continued controversies High Court of Chennai CCIM Meeting on 26-27 March ,2010 Fake letter of MCI August , 2010 Chennai MCI & IMA – 23 June 2011 National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 24
    • Ayurveda & NRHM Meeting people’s health needs in rural areasNational Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 25
    • Extensive Exploration ComprehensiveGovernance National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 27
    • CONCLUSION Physicians Greatness----- With great service of Humanitythrough dedication in services to common mass with Good Governance of laws . National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 29
    • ThanksProf G P UpadhayayProf Mritunjaya Sharma Chairperson of sessionAll Scholastic Scholar National Seminar on Panchakarma , Sri Ayurvedic College ,Nagpur  10 October ,2011 30