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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 6956-6964

“Quality Of Health Care In India: Challenges, Priorities, And The Road Ahead”

DR. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay,MS. EshetaTyagi, Dr. Satyam Prakash Srivastava.


India's healthcare system varies from excellent to terrible. The absence of trustworthy quality data and the technical challenges of gauging quality are stumbling blocks to efforts to enhance care. Accessibility enhancements, new ways of measuring a treatment's effectiveness, and novel takes on old problems are all in the works. In this article, we provide a high-level overview of the primary obstacles to enhancing healthcare quality this issue of Health Affairs focuses on the results of prior initiatives to evaluate and improve healthcare quality in India, and in light of the current situation, we think it's necessary to emphasize those results. To combat the growing prevalence of chronic diseases, healthcare reform efforts in India require coordination between the federal and state levels of government, as well as universities and non-profits.

Key words: Care, India, Challenges, Priorities, Road

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