India today is witnessing significant trends in health: increasing prevalence of non-communicable diseases for instance, as well as marked demographic shifts. Climbing out-of-pocket costs is becoming difficult for most households.
Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee leader Niranjan Patnaik hit out at the CM. In a series of tweets, he claimed he would show “the mirror to BJD government over the status of women in Odisha”.
Indians are the sixth biggest out-of-pocket (OOP) health spenders in the low-middle income group of 50 nations
It's no less than a feather in the cap of India's health sector.
The government health spending per person per year in India is Rs1,112 and it has only marginally improved over the years.
Health insurance in India is a growing segment, yet it hasn't taken off fully and several measures are needed to improve and expand insurance coverage, according to the National Health Profile 2018
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BHUBANESWAR: The Odisha government said on Thursday it would not implement Modicare because its own health scheme, announced on Tuesday, was better than the former.
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