Thursday, January 1, 2015

Healthcare in India

 “The quality of health services in urban and rural India, in both the public and private sectors, continues to be abysmal, as millions of patients travel to access health services elsewhere.” Critically comment.

Healthcare in India is a major issue as basic health is not reaching rural areas and villages and 60% of Indians are depend on private sector which is too costly for common man. The quality of health is an issue in India as rural areas are filled with jholachhap doctors, AYUSH doctors practising  allopathic medicines and in cities everyday we are receive several complains over mis-conducts of private hospitals.

Recently the deaths in Chhattisgarh, Multidrug resistance TB cases and shortage of AIDS test kits are few examples of failure quality of health services in country.

For the major deceases, there is few centres in the country and we are unable to provide facilities to every part. Even specialised private hospitals are limited.

Although medical tourism is increasing in the country and 100% FDI is lucrative, on ground level the quality of health services in urban and rural India, in both the public and private sectors, continues to be abysmal and we need better plans more efforts, awareness and dedicated people to improve the healthcare facilities in India.

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