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Title: THE ROLE OF PLANNING IN HEALTH-CARE - WHAT IT SHOULD BE IN INDIA
Authors: KUTTY, VR
Keywords: Science & Technology - Other Topics
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: CURRENT SCIENCE
Citation: 60 ,4;277-281
Abstract: This paper attempts to analyse the process of health planning in developing countries with special reference to India. Planning is essential if the meagre resources of less developed countries are to beget the maximum returns in health. Equity and efficiency are both important considerations in health planning, and the objective should be to arrive at an optimum mix of these two. Health planning experience in India has been characterised by radical pronouncement of the need for a total change in strategy to realise our objectives. But this rhetoric has not been matched with action, due to lack of political will to change the health system.
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