IMS Health Splits Open India’s Skewed Health Care Market; Cities Over-served, Rural Areas Neglected
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
IMS Health survey reveals health care services in India’s largest cities are comparative to developed markets, but smaller cities and rural areas are desperately under served. The survey could be a starting point for driving better healthcare delivery for policy makers and industry.
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