India Budget Focuses On Huge Health Insurance Scheme Ahead Of Elections
India’s government has hiked healthcare spending in its new budget by 13.5% ahead of national elections, earmarking the lion’s share for its flagship new health insurance scheme for the nation’s poorest half-billion people. But outlays for the stretched core public health-delivery system have stagnated.
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