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Revitalising public healthcare

Ratna Magotra


There is no denying that much is wrong with our public hospitals. Recent economic policies promoting privatisation have brought into sharp focus all public sector units including public hospitals. Experts and the general public perceive public hospitals as inefficient, dirty, unhygienic and their staff as rude, negligent and callous

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