Category Archives: HEALTHCARE

Singaporeans taken for a healthcare ride by PAP, private B1 ward costs less than full cost of B2 wards

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MOH still unable to clarify PAP-inflated polyclinic $48 consultation fee

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Massive corruption likely in public healthcare institutions

Email to Minister Gan @ https://likedatosocanmeh.wordpress.com/2019/06/02/minister-gan-refused-to-reply-to-my-queries-on-polyclinic-fees-subsidies-5-years-ago/

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Public healthcare subsidy scam: Unsubsidised rate includes profit margin and non-existent rental

SGH improperly-disclosed ward charges @ https://www.sgh.com.sg/patient-care/inpatient-day-surgery/type-of-wards-singapore-general-hospital Mt Elizabeth Hospital upfront room rates @ https://www.mountelizabeth.com.sg/cost-financing/room-rates

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Polyclinic consultation fee subsidy scam continues to fool Singaporeans

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Vote PAP out to stop healthcare subsidy scam

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Are PHI patients receiving subsidy or subsidising MOH?

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Minister Gan could not reply to my queries, Singaporeans scammed by ‘subsidised’ public healthcare system

In 2014, I highlighted to then Health Minister Gan that “20140820 Privatised public healthcare costs detrimental to citizens“. Gan of course could not reply to some in the face questions, eg why did MOH purchase  paracetamol at overinflated prices? On … Continue reading

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Polyclinic part of ‘conveyor belt’ public healthcare system, uses mostly made in India generic drugs

(Comment on our screwed up public healthcare system by regular contributor on social media.) Rabble-rouser: July 13, 2019 at 7:27 pm Subsidies & fees in Public Health [PH] system aren’t representative nor are consistent with market pricing mechanism from the … Continue reading

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Increased healthcare subsidy helps PAP more, not patients

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