to affordable heathcare
About the Commission
The Lancet Citizens’ Commission on Reimagining India’s Health System is a cross-sector initiative to develop a citizens’ roadmap to achieving universal health coverage in India in a period of ten years. Read more…
The foundation of the Lancet Commission relies on gathering insights into the expectations and experiences of healthcare from healthcare providers, including frontline workers and citizens of diverse social groups in our country across gender and age.
Address challenges related to the sources and utilization of health expenditures, in order to maximise financial risk protection and to ensure an effective, equitable, reliable, and responsive health system for all.
Propose a governance framework characterised by a robust regulation architecture, coordination across levels of government, and increased accountability with the goal of high quality healthcare for all citizens.
Enable effective human resources planning and policy to address shortages and inequitable distribution, enhance skill development, improve motivation and working conditions, and expand access to a plurality of health care services.
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News And Media
एक सरकारी स्वास्थ्य बीमा योजना, जो सबके लिए हो
-नचिकेत मोर, राजकुमारी मोर
Influenza and whooping cough (pertussis) vaccines in pregnancy
-Tila Khan , Dipanwita Sengupta
Rural areas need human resources for health
-Vinayak Mishra, Gaurav Urs and Siddhesh Zadey
India’s policies should view human resources for health
-Vidhi Wadhwani and Siddhesh Zadey
Achieving sustainable development goal targets for health workforce
Where does India stand with its human resources for health?
-Madhurima Vuddemarry & Siddharth Zadey
Are we measuring our health workforce shortage right?
-Siddhesh Zadey, Yash Kamath & Shavri Mande
Affordable technology for neuro-rehabilitation in LMICs
-Dorcas BC Gandhi
-Dr. John M. Solomon
The Barriers to Universal Health Coverage in India and the Strategies to Address Them: A Key Informant Study
Author: Anuska Kalita, Noah Carton-Rossen, Linju Joseph, Deepshikha Chhetri, Vikram Patel
Evolution of community health workers: the fourth stage
Author: Nachiket Mor, Bindu Ananth, Viraj Ambalam, Aquinas Edassery, Ajay Meher, Pearl Tiwari, Vinayak Sonawane, Anagha Mahajani, Krisha Mathur, Amishi Parekh and Raghu Dharmaraju
Is contributory health insurance indeed an addiction to a bad idea? A comment on its relevance for low- and middle-income countries
Author: Nachiket Mor, Hasna Ashraf
Teleradiology and technology innovations in radiology: status in India and its role in increasing access to primary health care
Author: Anuradha Chandramohan, Viswajit Krothapalli, Ann Augustin, Madhavi Kandagaddala, Hannah Mary Thomas, Thambu David Sudarsanam, Ammar Jagirdar, Shalini Govil, Arjun Kalyanpur
Estimating funds required for UHC within Indian States
Author: Nachiket Mor, Sudheer Kumar Shukla
Yes to pluralistic health system, but no to homeopathy
Author: Siddhesh Zadey
Cooperative healthcare model: A comment on its scope in India
Author: Nachiket Mor, Hasna Ashraf , Anjali Nambiar
Political motivation as a key driver for universal health coverage
Author: Sandhya Venkateswaran, Shruti Slaria, Sampriti Mukherjee