Wall Street Journal Examines Quest For Universal Health Care In India

Wall Street Journal: Is Universal Health Care Possible?
“…’It’s not something that can be done overnight,’ said India’s new Health Minister Harsh Vardhan to the Wall Street Journal on the government’s pledge to create a universally affordable health care system in a country that struggles to provide even basic medical services to a large portion of its 1.2 billion population. Last week, India’s new government pledged to remedy persistent shortcomings in basic infrastructure including health care but the speech did not offer details on how these projects would be financed or carried out…” (Seervai, 6/16).

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