Missing Links in Universal Healthcare

The middle class is better placed to hold the public system accountable to higher quality of care, and perhaps, place health care centrally on political agendas. Over 95 per cent of patients coming to super-specialty medical care facilities are at the wrong place and have incurred hardships and costs when they could have easily been treated at their neighbourhood primary care centre. This among other factors badly affects health outcomes in India
Op-Ed in The Hindu (November 21, 2014) by Dr Nachiket Mor (Director, IKP Trust) and Anuska Kalita (Vice President, IKP Trust).

Missing Links in Universal Healthcare

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