Green Shoots Of Health Care Delivery In India’s Neglected Northeast
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
India’s northeast combines a rural population that lacks access to basic health care in many cases in terrain dissected by rivers, jungles and mountains. The World Bank has identified funding several models of sustainable and scalable health care delivery for start-ups that transcend such barriers.
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