'Ethical' doctors, residents plan to bring back family physi
Until recently, doctors who took care of families in their neighbourhood, made occasional house calls and listened to tales of joy or woe were common in the city. Many such doctors are now working with corporatised clinics or have joined large corporate hospitals.

This, a group of doctors believes, has pushed up cost and triggered unethical practices such as needless scans and surgeries. Sometimes, it even tempts doctors to take kickbacks from scan centres or accept favours from pharmaceutical companies....