Can Social Franchising solve Primary Healthcare Problems in Rural India?
Faced with the dual challenge of rising communicable diseases and soaring non-communicable diseases, India needs a more efficient primary care structure. With shortage of healthcare workers and physicians, the public sector continues to be inadequately resourced to deliver care. A two-decade old concept of Social Franchising may have the solution to the issues facing primary
- April 19, 2015
- Posted by: Team EMeRG
- Category: Med-Tech Insights, SUBCONTINENT