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Ensuring accountability and responsiveness of the private health sector in India: National workshop report

Shweta Marathe

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2020.046


The increasing prevalence of unethical practices such as unnecessary investigations, overcharging, and violation of patients’ rights, especially in private hospitals, have drawn attention to the unregulated and overwhelmingly commercialised nature of the private healthcare sector in India

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