Association of Hospitals (AOH), one of the oldest and trusted associations in healthcare, currently has 52 members that are Public Charitable Trust Hospitals registered under Maharashtra Public Trust Act, 1950.
All the trust hospitals associated with AOH are stringently following the provisions of 41AA of Bombay Public Trust Act and scheme framed by Bombay High Court.
Association of Hospitals (AOH) – Key Takeaways
- Has witnessed overall satisfaction with the entire process of implementation of the Scheme post time-to-time inspections.
- Promptly complies with the improvement areas suggested by the charity commissioner.
- Send real-time reports to the office of the charity commissioner about the status of occupied and vacant charitable beds.
- Also files monthly reports giving all details with the office of Charity Commissioner.
- Has received no notice so far regarding refusal to treat poor patients.
- Provides the available treatment to all eligible poor patients.
Understanding Indigent Poor Fund (IPF)
- Has set up IPF where the trust hospitals annually sets aside at least 2 per cent of their annual turnover.
- Provides treatment in the to the lower section of the society through the IPF we help in availing assistance to the lower section of the society by providing treatment in the trust hospitals at free or negligible cost.