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Recommendations from ACCESS Health International for Budget 2016, India Infoline

I expect that the Fiscal Budget 2016-17 will focus more on improving primary health parameters and make additional investments to build a primary healthcare model. We also need to think about the quality of healthcare services to lower income and marginalized groups. Prioritizing Primary Care The Union Budget can provide for free preventive and primary care, which…

Improving the Lives of the Elderly, Medium

Asia is confronting a big economic and social obstacle: Population Ageing. When some are quite pessimistic about the consequences of this reality —the shrink of the labor force compared to the growing elderly population, no money for pensions etc. — some entrepreneurs, organisations and countries such as Singapore perceive it as a great opportunity. The elder care market is indeed…

Bold Pilot Project Helps India To Achieve Universal Health Coverage, BusinessWord

Kerala has achieved impressive health targets despite lower per capita income than several other Indian states and many developed countries, but there is still room for improvement, particularly in primary healthcare. Analysis of how public healthcare institutions are used reveals low use of resources at the primary care level, and high utilization of secondary and…

“We will likely conduct future courses in an online format,” Express Healthcare

ACCESS Health International, in collaboration with the World Bank and University of Edinburgh, recently conducted a workshop for policymakers which aimed at helping them manage markets to support public health outcomes. Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Country Director, ACCESS Health International, gives more details about the course and its objectives, in an interaction with Lakshmipriya Nair. How did you hit…

ACCESS Health International Facilitates India Study Visit to Help Low and Middle Income Countries Advance Health Reforms, This Week Bangalore

December 4, 2015 – In a visit organized by ACCESS Health International, policymakers from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania met with three healthcare organizations in India to discover innovative strategies that can help advance health reforms and improve health outcomes in their own countries. The visit introduced the policymakers to the Dr. NTR Vaidya Seva Scheme, which…

ACCESS Provides Peek to India’s Healthcare Model to Policymakers of Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania, Pharmabiz

ACCESS Health International Inc., an implementation partner with a mission to improve access to high quality and affordable healthcare, has arranged an interaction of Indian healthcare providers with policymakers of Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Tanzania. The objective was to discover innovative strategies that can help advance health reforms and improve health outcomes in their own…

Modern Aging: inspiring and empowering entrepreneurs of all ages and backgrounds to create businesses to serve the needs of the elderly.
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