The healthy competition of an open market
Strong political will and decisive administrative action will help the country build a future-ready, resilient and competitive healthcare industry in India
India’s healthcare standards have significantly improved over the past decades. Life expectancy has doubled from 35 years in 1950 to 70 years today. Most infectious diseases have been brought under control. Many key indicators of rural healthcare have also improved: infant mortality rate has reduced from 161 per thousand in 1960 to less than 30 per thousand today.