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India: Gaps in health delivery systems (26.01.2015)

India’s health care delivery mechanism is defined by shortcomings; the doctor-patient ratio is skewed, over 75 per cent of India’s population has no health insurance, there is a shortage of two million hospital beds compared with the global requirement of 2.5 beds per 1000 people and the spending on health is abysmally low at a little over one per cent of the GDP.

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09.02.2015 - Frédéric Wasmer