Why healthcare in India is far from being affordable

By any yardstick the ratios are pathetic. There are just 0.77 beds for every 1,000 people in India compared to one bed for every 90 people in Japan and if went by the WHO Standard then India should have one bed for every 450 people.
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Dec 26, 2012, 09.54 PM | Source: CNBC-TV18

Why healthcare in India is far from being affordable

By any yardstick the ratios are pathetic. There are just 0.77 beds for every 1,000 people in India compared to one bed for every 90 people in Japan and if went by the WHO Standard then India should have one bed for every 450 people.

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Why healthcare in India is far from being affordable

By any yardstick the ratios are pathetic. There are just 0.77 beds for every 1,000 people in India compared to one bed for every 90 people in Japan and if went by the WHO Standard then India should have one bed for every 450 people.

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By any yardstick the ratios are pathetic. There are just 0.77 beds for every 1,000 people in India compared to one bed for every 90 people in Japan and if went by the WHO Standard then India should have one bed for every 450 people.

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