Healthonomics—A healthcare investor’s point of view

Published on April 24, 2018 India has quietly generated a healthcare crisis. The small victory, however, is that the recent budget announcement and urgency surrounding the broken system have dragged healthcare out of the wings. The underlying question—is it too late? Healthcare’s begun to find mention in quotidian discourse, too. The other day, my car […]

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The grim picture of backlog in India’s primary healthcare sector

Published in Business Standard | By Abhishek Waghmare | On March 24, 2018 The NITI Aayog is spearheading reforms in the health care sector by helping formulate the new insurance scheme and planning to use data analytics to monitor health outcomes. But even a cursory look at infrastructure adequacy and human resource availability in primary health in India shows up a grim picture. […]

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