The Hellion Of Health Care

Bahree, Megha
June 2008
Forbes Asia;6/16/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p54
The article focuses on the rivalry within the health care business in India. According to the author, the fight is part of the battle for dominance of the country's healthcare system especially when it is a scarce resource and there are only 6 doctors assigned for every 10,000 patients. The rivalry is between Shivinder Mohan Singh of the Fortis Healthcare Ltd. against the leading the Apollo Hospitals Group and the Max Healthcare owned by his uncle Analjit Singh. INSET: FAMILY FEUDS.


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