India Plans New Health Coverage For 300 Million Poor
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India is drafting plans to provide 300 million people below the poverty line with health coverage within the next five years. The plan would cover 50 million families that cannot afford the premiums charged under current plans. Under the plan, each state would determine the benefits that would be subsidized by the government, with care to be provided by health insurance providers the state also selects. (Click here for more
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