"Indian health system’s major drift towards the specialized and super-specialized care in last two decades has been a result of an incompetent preventive and primary health delivery system.
The primary care has remained a concept of public health and the business hospitals have found little incentives to incorporate this into the service delivery, which is high end and technology driven.
The growing business of health care in India, which is speeding at about 20 % CAGR, is about to touch $ 120 billion by 2015. However, the improvement in the health status of the country is still doubtful with IMR, MMR, anaemia, malnutrition and life expectancy improving at a slower pace than the industry growth."....
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