India ‘s expenditure on the health sector has risen from 1.2 % of the GDP in 2013 – 2014 to 1.4% in 2017 – 2018 by the health minister.
India is provided only 1.2% of GDP on the health sector while the small country like Nepal, Bangladesh there are provided more from India. While India’s goal is to increase Public health spending to 2.5% of the GDP by 2025, health spending is only 1.15 – 1.5 % of the GDP.
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Health expenditure of India:-
- To reach its target 20-25 % every for the next financial year more.
- Several innovations in the health care sector in recent times. In line with India’s relentless pursuit of reforms, the government remains woefully short of its ambition to increase public health spending to 2.5% of the GDP.
- According to the national health profile of 2018, public per capita expenditure on health increased from Rs: 621 in 2009 – 2010 to Rs: 1112 in 2015 – 2016.
- The US spends $10.22 and per capita on healthcare per year (2017 data), Now US health expenditure is 18% of DGP while India is still under 1.5%.
- Health and wellness centres last year, it was announced that nearly 1.5 lakh health and wellness centres would be set up under Ayushman Bharat.
- Preventive health.
- Community-based management of basic health problems.
- The Rs: 6400 crore allocation to Ayushman Bharat. PMJAY is the interim budget will help reduce out of pocket expenditures on health.
- India needs to increase its expenditure on health, especially in preventive healthcare.
- The mandate should include health education and holistic wellness integrating modern medicine with traditional India medicine.
- Both the communicable disease and non-communicable disease programmer should be include.
- Adding tax on tobacco and alcohol etc.
- There is no resource allocation for preventive oncology, diabetic and hypertension, centre screening and prevention not concerned.
- Prevention of chronic kidney disease, which affected 15-17% of the population is not appropriately addressed.
- Due to the lack of focus in preventive oncology in India, over 70% of the centre are diagnosed in stage III or IV. The rescue is true in developed countries.
- The health sector of India is progressive day by day we know that
- Are private sector is so rich and qualitative but some schemes short by our PM have increased the health facility, recently government allocated Rs: 3600crores for the Delhi Aims, but India need day by day increase GDP became if will invest then will get the result.
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- The Health Sector must be made priority areas like defence.
- The long term health of the nation will there be a similar rise in GDP
- PM jay must be linked to quality for various diseases allocation should be realigned for diseases management over define the time period.
- For achieving the target India needs to increase GDP little more and more.
- Best education, Health, employment need our citizen and awareness.