Paying for India's Health Care

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Paying For India's Health Care is a timely collection of articles by many of India's most eminent health economists and health policy analysts. It brings together wide-ranging original material that, until now, was only available to some government and interntional agencies and to specialists who had access to unpulbished reports. It draws from the best of these recent studies and presents them in a form that will interest specialists in health care financing as well as generalists who are concerned with the ...

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Overview

Paying For India's Health Care is a timely collection of articles by many of India's most eminent health economists and health policy analysts. It brings together wide-ranging original material that, until now, was only available to some government and interntional agencies and to specialists who had access to unpulbished reports. It draws from the best of these recent studies and presents them in a form that will interest specialists in health care financing as well as generalists who are concerned with the development of one of the world's largest health care systems. Topics addressed include public health expenditures at national and state levels, the development and functioning of public and private hospitals, health insurance, the private health sector, household health expenditures, and the financing of national nutrition programs.
Scholars and students interested in health policy, planning, and financing in India will find much of value in this pioneering volume.

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A collection of articles by eminent Indian health economists and health policy analysts, providing reviews of many aspects of health financing in India, including public health expenditures at national and state levels; the development and functioning of public and private hospitals; health insurance; the private health sector; household health expenditures; health financing in India's voluntary sector; the financing and efficiency of national nutrition programs; and a comparison of health policy and financing in India and Pakistan. No index. Acidic paper. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803994638
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 9/16/1993
  • Pages: 326

Meet the Author

M E Khan, Ph.D., is Senior Program Associate at Population Council, Delhi, India, and the lead person for reproductive health research. He has over 35 years of research experience with expertise in undertaking operations research to improve service delivery in maternal and child care, family planning, safe motherhood, and abortion. Scaling up of successful interventions and capacity building of young professionals are his other passions. Earlier, as Regional Director, Asia and Near East Counties, of FRONTIERS Program of Population Council, he has worked in many countries. Before joining Population Council in 1990, he was General Manager of Operations Research Group, New Delhi, India. He is member of various national and international committees, including committees of the World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, and has served as the chairperson of WHO committee on Gender Sensitive Intervention, and is currently chairperson of Sexual Violence Research Initiative. He has written and edited 13 books and published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals.

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Table of Contents

Foreword - P K Umashankar
Introduction - Peter Berman and M E Khan
Paying for India's Health Care
Health Financing Research in India - Peter Berman
Issues, Data, Policy and Program Measures
Health Financing in India - Ravi Duggal and N H Antia
A Review and an Agenda
Public Expenditure, Medical Care at Birth and Infant Mortality - V B Tulasidhar and J V M Sarma
A Comparative Study of States in India
The Planning Process and Government Health Expenditure Patterns in India in the Early 1980s - N Bhaskara Rao, M E Khan and C V S Prasad
Public Financing of the Family Welfare Program in India - P R Panchamukhi
An Appraisal
Adequacy, Equity and Efficiency of Public Expenditures on Nutrition in India - K Subbarao
The Private Health Care Sector in India - Ramesh Bhat
Health Sector Development and Financing in Pakistan and Some Comparisons with India - Roger Jeffery
Hospital Costs and Financing in Maharashtra - J K Satia and N S Deodhar
Concepts and Practices in Health Care Insurance Schemes and Recent Examples in India - G Giridhar
Use of and Spending on Curative Health Care in a Tribal Block of Madhya Pradesh - D K Mishra, G D Pandey and P K Sinha
Community and Self-Financing in Voluntary Health Programs in India - Priti Dave

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