Tribune Information Service
Zirakpur, October 23
Dhakoli Senior Medical Officer Pommy Chatrath at the moment issued a discover to a non-public hospital right here to clarify why a dengue affected person was handed a invoice with MRI and cancer-related medicines, resulting in potential overcharging. The affected person’s attendant identified the irrelevant remedy fees following which a brand new invoice was issued.
“Now we have issued a discover to the Amcare authorities for October 27. They’ve been requested to clarify why such a invoice was issued and who issued it. Additionally, authentic payments and supporting paperwork have been sought from the hospital,” mentioned Chatrath.
Lohgarh resident Avtar Singh mentioned, “I admitted my father Daljit Singh, 60, to the hospital for the remedy of dengue on October 6. Two days later, I used to be handed a Rs 40,000 invoice, which carried fees for 2 MRIs and two most cancers serums. Once I identified the irrelevant fees, the nurses and officers misbehaved with me and snatched the remedy file from me. After 5 days, my father was discharged on paying a invoice of Rs 39,000. I’ve filed a police grievance as effectively.”
Hospital incharge Abhitej Nibber mentioned, “Ours is an NABH-accredited hospital. There may be minimal handbook interference in our billing course of. No overcharging has been accomplished. I’ve not obtained the discover, however will reply to it as soon as I get it.”