Let’s have a look at our health policy from the point of view of common man, and a bit of common sense.
In the public hospitals, the situation is below par with infrastructural woes, insensitive doctors, low-quality equipments and machines, procrastinating attitude – overall the quality issue is badly affected. Those who are going to public hospitals are going there more out of helplessness than choice. A large chunk of their patients includes people from rural areas, dalits, tribals and other below poverty line patients.
Because of free and low-cost treatment, the horde of patients present at public hospitals is difficult to handle leading to an unimaginable mess.
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