India is the second most populous country in the world with 1.3 billion people, more than a sixth of the world’s population. However, India has a weak public healthcare system and the bulk of the people cannot afford proper healthcare. India spends only around 4.8% of its national GDP towards healthcare goods and services (compared […]
Indian healthcare is a complex mixed public-private model, with limited government funded public healthcare, alongside pricier and urban-concentrated private providers. In 2015 India spent approximately 4.85% of GDP on healthcare; 32% funded publicly and 68% funded privately, totaling €70 expenditure on healthcare per capita.