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Jan 28, 2020
Budget 2020: Policy reforms, additional outlay only way to boost life science, healthcare and pharmaceutical industryGiven the ambition of the government to make India a $5 trillion economy in the next five years, pharmaceutical and life science could be the ‘Target sector’ in Budget 2020 for reforms,
Jan 09, 2020
Universal Health Coverage Part 2: How India can fight non-communicable diseasesWhile conducting more research into women’s health issues is important, it is equally important to bolster the professional lives of women health workers.
Dec 16, 2019
Universal Health Coverage part 1: Why women’s health and women workers need more focus right nowWomen and children form a large part of the world’s poverty-stricken population of 767 million and are unable to gain access to healthcare facilities.
May 03, 2018
Asian Development Bank wants policy makers to do more to shield workers losing jobs to newer technologiesAsian Development Bank President Takehiko Nakao on Thursday called for progressive taxation and government policies, including universal healthcare
Jan 14, 2018
Poor funding, focus on short-term goals impede universal healthcare system in IndiaIf the state and Centre can collaborate on a national tax system, why can’t India similarly create a nationwide universal healthcare system?
Mar 27, 2015
Spending cuts: PM Modi puts brakes on promised universal health care planThe health plan was drafted in consultation with Modi's office and an expert panel, including an expert from the World Bank
Jul 25, 2014
Universal access vital to protect people from vulnerability: UN ReportIndia seriously needs to pay attention. Universal access is not populism as some hawks say, but is a holistic approach that is unavoidable if it’s serious of the welfare of its people.
Jun 26, 2014
Universal healthcare: How Narendra Modi can score a big win over UPAUniversal healthcare was a long pending promise of the Manmohan Singh government. The new government must draw up a policy that will not let poor poor Indians remain sick.
Jan 16, 2013
'India needs 'out of the box' reforms in healthcare sector'Observing that despite the government's efforts, there is no denying that healthcare delivery gap in India was huge, Mukherjee said it was estimated that 64 percent of the poorest population in India become indebted every year to pay for the medical care they need.