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Access to high quality, affordable primary care remains a challenge in much of India. The result is a high burden of disease and high out of pocket expenditures. Recent federal and state government commitments signal increasing support for a stronger primary healthcare system.
ACCESS Health India supports these commitments by studying the healthcare programs and working with individual states to design and implement improvement in primary care.
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