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Commercialization of Medical services - Good or bad?


- Commercialization would offer better resources and better equipments which would enable a hospital to run in a better way.

- Advanced technologies coming into picture meaning more chances of survival.

- There is a huge difference between the facilities provided by the private hospitals and that made available in the government hospitals.

- Commercialization will result in advancement of the healthcare department raising the level by some notch.

- They bring in hygienic way of hospitals which the government hospital fails to show.

- It promotes competition as well as efficiency. It also prevents malpractice.

- It ensures that the doctors are well rewarded for their efforts.


- Medical care is a basic necessity! It should be free or subsidized. Commercializing it will only worsen the condition of people living below poverty line.

- 90% of the population being economically weak cannot afford to pay the expenses of a private hospital. Thus commercialization proves to be a bane for a developing country.

- The benefit given to the poor people is negligible as rich people become the major beneficiaries of commercialization.

- Commercialization for private companies is another way of filling their pockets and generating revenue.

- The worth of one’s life is ignored as they only care about their own betterment.

- It gives rise to corruption as medical officers do tend to sell the medicines of public hospitals in their private clinics.

- Poor are anyways not able to take the benefit of advanced medical technology and hospitals as they are out of their reach.

- It even hurts the middle class as the doctors and hospitals try to make maximum money when they see the person can afford a few more thousands.

- It gets duplicate drugs in the market. Infact many a times drug which are banned in other countries are sold here to make money.

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