The social economic inequality and the effect of health care system Case study (India 2018)
Social and economic inequality is detrimental to the health of any society. Especially when the society is diverse, multicultural, overpopulated and undergoing rapid but unequal economic growth. to review the effects of growing socio-economic inequality in Indian population and its effect on the healthcare system It tries to identify the factors responsible for the difficulties in healthcare delivery in an unequal society and its effect on the health of a society. In India, despite improvements in access to health care, inequalities are related to socioeconomic status, geography, and gender, and are compounded by high out-of-pocket expenditures, with more than three-quarters of the increasing financial burden of health care being met by households. Health-care expenditures exacerbate poverty, with about 39 million additional people falling into poverty every year as a result of such expenditures. We identify key challenges for the achievement of equity in service provision, and equity in financing and financial risk protection in India. Health Care Problems is dedicated to gathering information for the same purpose the Orthopaedic surgeon gathers information: to make possible diagnosis and treatment of a problem. Unlike the doctor, however, HealthCareProblems.org does not attempt diagnosis or prescription. That's left to the reader. Health Care Problems does the first part of the surgeon's job, and the effect of the spread diseases in india effect on indianpopulation .
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