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Health Care Reforms in India: Making up for the Lost Decades

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Thought provoking, inspiring excellent compendium of facts about Indian and other healthcare systems.
Entertaining, provocative, lively, well-written text, which is must read for people who are passionate to drive change in health care.

Key Features
• Well- researched book on health care reforms that captures wealth of insights, serving as comprehensive source of up-to-date information and facts
• Offers interesting insights into the health of India’s population and makes a passionate appeal for political priority to be given to universal health coverage and for an upstream pre-emptive approach to health
• Contains thought provoking ideas and reform proposals, which are of global relevance
• Must read for everyone interested in the Health Care System of India

Review Comments
“Wealth of insights is captured in this well-researched book on health care reforms. Rajendra has done a great job in making a compelling case of ‘All for Health’ for ‘Health for All’, and why politicians must keep health, which pays rich electoral dividends as a ‘Unique Electoral Preposition’, on the top of their agenda. The idea of ‘Pre-emptive care’, starting with children will have a lasting impact on the future of health care. This book is entertaining, provocative, lively, well-written and is a must read for people who are passionate to drive change in health care.”

Senator Tom Daschle , Former Senate Majority & Minority Leader, United States of America

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