Health Minister Asked PHC To Start Crackdown On Quackery
Punjab Health Care Commission will be given a wide range of tools to carry out a massive operation against quacks.
The Punjab Health Care Commission PHC has been given the assignment of leading a massive crackdown against quackery throughout the province by acting health minister Dr. Javaid Akram.
The Punjab Health Care Commission was given this significant task of crackdown against quackery while Minister Dr. Javaid Akram presided over a meeting in the Department of Specialized Health Care and Medical Education.
The meeting was attended by the Special Secretaries Shoaib Jadoon, Syed Wajid Ali Shah, Abdul Haq Bhatti, CEO of the Punjab Health Care Commission, Dr. Anwar Janjua, Director of Licensing, and Mushtaq Silharia. During the meeting, interim health minister Dr. Javaid Akram evaluated the performance of the Punjab Health Care Commission.
The minister received a briefing from Saqib Aziz, Punjab’s Chief Executive and Health Commissioner. Quack medicine, according to Dr. Javaid Akram, is a major factor in the spread of dangerous diseases in Punjab. In both public and private hospitals, we want to develop methods for patient treatment that are safe.
The primary party involved in ensuring that patients are treated safely in hospitals across the province is the Punjab Health Care Commission. The Punjab Health Care Commission is the main stakeholder in ensuring the patient’s safety during treatment in hospitals throughout the province.
It has been ordered to set up PC-One in preparation for the building of the Punjab Health Care Commission’s offices. Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi made the significant decision to offer patients in all of the province’s cardiology hospitals access to primary angioplasty services around the clock. According to reports, Pakistan requires nine lakh dialysis units.
The minister advised that in order to live a healthy life, we must adopt a healthy lifestyle. He claimed that people who get their ears, noses, and teeth pierced spread hepatitis on the streets. We must also modify our attitudes.
The Punjab Health Care Commission will be given a wide range of tools to carry out a massive operation against quacks. The minister said that in order to safeguard the residents of Punjab from dangerous diseases, long-term measures must be taken.
The entire system, he claimed, needs to be cleaned. He continued, “We must assume responsibility for a clear change in the health system,” and he gave the Punjab Health Care Commission the go-ahead to create an R&D Department.