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Ayurveda Map is Preparing Doctors and Therapists DirectoryMarch 2, 2018

Ayurveda Map is Preparing Doctors and Therapists Directory

Ayurveda Map has Started the Services of Preparing Directory of Ayurveda Doctors and Therapists who are searching Jobs. Enquries from Hospitals, Clinics, Resorts etc will be Collected, appropriate Candidates will be Chosen and Contact them. For Doctors Click this link to Register. https://goo.gl/forms/AbaHtC1wjF3uAYDM2 For Therapists, Click here, https://goo.gl/forms/nPlA63WB66lqJHsG2 Please Share

Ayurveda Map is Conducting Ayurveda Beginners Course Across KeralaNovember 20, 2017

Ayurveda Map is Conducting Ayurveda Beginners Course Across Kerala

Ayurveda Map, the trusted firm in Kerala conducting Ayurveda Basic course for outsiders. It is highly beneficial for those who want to study and taste the healing tradition. For that they signed with more than 10 Ayurveda centres in the Kerala, who are well versed in Ayurveda treatments and academics."This is a fine step towards Ayurveda education for outsiders. All centres which we provide are maintaining high standards and quality. There will be regular exams in between the course. We will send the detailed syllabus and plan to every client, who like to join, also provide the BSS Certificate (Approved) and Centre's Certificate for the Course" Dr Jasul, CEO of Ayurveda map said. Students will get Lectures, Practicals and can experience the Ayurveda Treatments themselves.Yoga sessions, Cookery classes, Nearby tourist attractions visits are also included in the package. We have 2 weeks to 6 months programs are there, Dr Jasul added. Ayurveda map is also indulging in Ayurveda Treatment Operations across Kerala. For more details, Please contact info@ayurvedamap.com.

Insurance Coverage to Ayurveda Treatments OkayedNovember 27, 2016

Insurance Coverage to Ayurveda Treatments Okayed

The policy-holders seeking treatment under alternative traditional medical systems such as Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy will no longer have to pay from their pocket for the hospital bill. The Government has finalised a standardised protocol to include such treatments under insurance coverage, a move that would go a long way in bringing traditional medicine at par with allopathy in the country. A decision in this regard was taken recently at a meeting under the chairmanship of Ayush Secretary AM Sharan with his officials, representatives from Insurance Regulation and Development Authority as well as insurance firms and the Ayurveda Hospital Management Association. After intense deliberations, the stakeholders agreed to consider the specific therapies and treatment procedures along with average period of hospitalisation and rates, for the diseases which need to be treated on indoor basis. “The rates which were submitted by the AHMA keeping in view various aspects were agreed upon to be considered as benchmark rates based on which the insurance companies will soon develop customised products/ insurance policies,” said Dr Induchoodan Menon, Treatment Standardisation Committee convener of the AHMA. He said that the protocol has already been prepared, keeping the total treatments scientific with flexibility for physicians to select suitable therapies and medicines in individual cases. Dr Menon further added that scientific derivation of total treatment cost will help the insurance companies to fix the premium. “Medicine cost of 30 days pre-hospitalisation & 60 days discharge medicines have also been mentioned separately.” On the issue of the grievances and representations from the insurance beneficiaries, it was also suggested to set up a panel of experts to be consulted by the insurance companies in settling the insurance claims of Ayush treatments and related matters. Dr Menon noted that in fact the ayurveda community and the common people had been persistingly demanding the inclusion of ayurvedic treatments under health insurance scheme for a long time. However, the positive move has been finally made after a mutually agreed common protocol for diseases satisfying scientific aspects, systematic costing considering statutory norms and also agreeable with insurance norms.