Contributor policy

If you want to contribute to Healthcare in India, please read these guidelines. All contributions received will imply that authors have read these guidelines and have accepted to abide by them.

  1. Your article should be related to one of the following areas:
  • Hospitals and care delivery
  • Fitness and nutrition
  • Healthcare technology and digital health
  • Healthcare startups
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Medical devices
  • Genomics and clinical research
  • Alternate healthcare systems such as Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy and Siddha
  1. The article should be original. If links or text is quoted from other articles, then permission needs to be taken by the author to re-print the same in this blog. All information sources should be clearly mentioned in the article.
  2. In case of any copyright infringement or other liabilities arising out of a published blog post, the contributor would take full responsibility for the same and manage the repercussions. Healthcare in India or any of its other stakeholders would not be held liable. Articles facing legal action will be inactive until the issue has been sorted and necessary permissions have been taken by the contributor to use it.
  3. An article can contain only one backlink to a reputed or relevant site pertaining to the article. Editorial judgment on the use of backlinks and other technical aspects in articles shall be final.
  4. All contributors should send their articles along with a 100 word descriptor (of the contributor), their picture and contact details. Only your email ID will be published along with the article.