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The Unmet Objective of Health Financing in India. Affordable Health Care for All

The Unmet Objective of Health Financing in India. Affordable Health Care for All

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  • Deepak Singh
  • Grin Verlag
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  • 9783346061393
  • 8.27 X 5.83 X 0.17 inches
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  • Medical > Nursing - General
  • English
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Master's Thesis from the year 2019 in the subject Health - Public Health, grade: 7, course: PUBLIC HEALTH, language: English, abstract: In India, healthcare costs are increasing and India's health financing system is exacerbating economic burden on household because of health expenditure and influence treatment-seeking behaviors. As a result, health inequity and unequal access, come up as the main concern for the Indian Health care system. This study aims to report the bottlenecks in health financing functions resulting in financial barrios in health care access. Literature review and desk study were done by reviewing, analyzing the data from national health account and National Family Health Survey conducted during 2012-13 to 2015-16 and analysis of studies done on health system and Health financing functions in India were included. The OASIS framework used to guide the study.
The Unmet Objective of Health Financing in India. Affordable Health Care for All

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Deepak Singh is a writer, radio producer, and journalist. He is a frequent contributor to PRI’s The World and has written for The New York Times, NPR, The Boston Globe and The Atlantic.

Source: University of California Press 

 

Coming to the U.S. can knock immigrants’ careers off track for years. For new arrivals, integration is often an important part of achieving financial stability, as studies of upward and downward economic mobility have documented.

Deepak Singh grew up in northern India. He had a bachelor’s degree in commerce, an MBA, and a job with the BBC World Service in his hometown of Lucknow. Unexpectedly, he met a young woman visiting from western Pennsylvania at a local library; the two fell in love, got married, and decided that Singh would move to Virginia, where she was attending graduate school.

In his new book, How May I Help You?: An Immigrant’s Journey From M.B.A. to Minimum Wage, Singh chronicles his move to small-town Virginia, where he started working a job in retail.* The book reads like an ethnography, documenting Singh’s work experience, his colleagues, and his surroundings, and includes reflections on how the job taught him about American mores and norms. Though Singh was doing minimum-wage work, his book is not a story of poverty, but rather an account of the daily grind of America’s service workers through the lens of an immigrant with an MBA.

Singh is now a journalist again (and he’s written for The Atlantic). I recently spoke with him about why he wrote How May I Help You?, what he gained from the experience, and the skills it takes to sell things in America. A lightly edited transcript of our conversation follows.

Source: The Atlantic

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