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India's Health System

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ISBN:

9780190125318

Publication date:

15/06/2020

Paperback

480 pages

Price: 595.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780190125318

Publication date:

15/06/2020

Paperback

480 pages

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Sujatha Rao

India's disproportionately skewed health budget emphasises the need to take a closer look at health statistics: we have the highest number of women dying at childbirth and under-five mortality rates. Drawing on her considerable experience as health secretary, Sujatha Rao gives us an insider perspective of India's health system.

Rights:  World Rights

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Sujatha Rao

Description

India's disproportionately skewed health budget emphasises the need to take a closer look at health statistics: we have the highest number of women dying at childbirth and under-five mortality rates. Drawing on her considerable experience as health secretary, Sujatha Rao gives us an insider perspective of India's health system.

About the Author

K Sujatha Rao is former union secretary of the Ministry of health and family welfare, GoI.

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Sujatha Rao

Table of contents

Part 1
India's Health System: Challenges and Constraints
1. evolution of India's Health System
2. Health Financing
3. Governance: Impacting Health systems

Part 2
implementing policy: successes, failures and the road ahead
4. scaling up to reverse the HIV/AIDS epidemic
5. revitalizing rural primary healthcare
6. making our future

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Sujatha Rao

null Edition

Sujatha Rao

null Edition

Sujatha Rao

Description

India's disproportionately skewed health budget emphasises the need to take a closer look at health statistics: we have the highest number of women dying at childbirth and under-five mortality rates. Drawing on her considerable experience as health secretary, Sujatha Rao gives us an insider perspective of India's health system.

About the Author

K Sujatha Rao is former union secretary of the Ministry of health and family welfare, GoI.

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Table of contents

Part 1
India's Health System: Challenges and Constraints
1. evolution of India's Health System
2. Health Financing
3. Governance: Impacting Health systems

Part 2
implementing policy: successes, failures and the road ahead
4. scaling up to reverse the HIV/AIDS epidemic
5. revitalizing rural primary healthcare
6. making our future

Read More