Health care access in India has improved over the past 20 years.
But there are still a few hurdles to overcome, and it’s not a panacea, says Dr. Wendy Kannan, chief medical officer for the state of Tamil Nadu.
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Over 90 per cent of India’s population is below the poverty line.
The World Bank ranks India at number 14 out of 195 countries with the lowest per capita income, with an average income of Rs.2,731 per person.
India is one the most corrupt countries in the world.
India is one a country that has a number of laws and regulations that prevent access to basic health care.
The government of Tamilian Prime Minister J Jayalalithaa is one such example.
The health minister has to get a special permission to send a patient to a hospital.
If the patient dies, the government cannot collect the deceased’s assets.
This is an obstacle for many families who are trying to get health care for their loved ones.
The situation is worse in rural areas, where a few hundred dollars may not buy a life-saving treatment.
This problem has grown in the last 10 years.
The health ministry has started implementing a program to provide free hospital admission to those who can afford it, but it is still slow in reaching its target.
The country’s government-run National Institute of Medical Sciences has also been trying to address the issue.
The institute, which was set up in the early 1980s, has been conducting trials for the treatment of hypertension and diabetes.
It has also conducted some trials of cancer treatments in developing countries.
The institute is funded through the National Medical Research Council.
However, it is also receiving money from the Government of India, which has been investing in medical research.
This is why the government has been funding health initiatives.
It is funding hospitals through the Department of Health (DOH), through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, and through various agencies like the Centre for Development of Health Services, the Centre of Excellence for Rural Development, and the Indian Council of Medical Research.
The Health Ministry has also created a new ministry called the Health Promotion and Research Institute, which is dedicated to creating the right conditions for the research of the various health-related diseases.
The aim is to create an environment where all these health-relevant and life-threatening diseases are addressed by research and treatment.
However, it’s difficult to reach the patients that need the most medical care.
“We have to address these health issues at the patient level,” says Dr Kannam.
The most important thing is to keep patients well.
In India, there are over 7.8 million cases of hypertension in the population, according to the government’s National Health Survey.
It’s a very complex disease, and there are different treatment approaches available.
For instance, some patients are treated with an anti-hypertensive drug, which may not work for every patient.
Other patients require a transfusion of blood.
If that doesn’t work, there is a transfused transfusion.
We need to treat the patient first, so the drug does its job.
There are a lot of patients who are in desperate need of help.
We also need to ensure the treatment is effective.
The Indian government is working to improve the quality of health care in India.