Published by : BNY Mellon
With high levels of demand and limited access, the challenges facing India's healthcare system are not too dissimilar to other emerging markets (EM). However, its strengths in tackling problems such as bed shortages may be providing valuable lessons for more developed market. Here Newton healthcare analysts Stephen Rowntree and Emily Heaven outline their views on the prospects in Indian healthcare.
Published:09 October 2017
Business Area: Healthcare
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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