PATH’s India Country Director Highlights 7 Trends In Indian Public Health

PATH: 7 ways public health in India has changed over the last decade
Neeraj Jain, PATH’s country director for India, highlights seven ways public health in India has changed over the past decade, including: “A downtrend in communicable diseases … A focus on prevention … Reduced neonatal mortality rates … Tackling antimicrobial resistance … Improved nutrition … Using digital health and artificial intelligence for social impact … Stronger government accountability” (8/23).

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