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Plans for free primary healthcare for all in India

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01-Jan-15 India’s government aims to move toward a new healthcare regime in which primary care will be offered free to all through public facilities. Some secondary and tertiary care services will also be bought by the government, according to the Health Ministry's proposal. [image: Financial Times]

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Healthcare spending and life expectancy still low in Mexico

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31-Dec-14 Total health spending accounted for 6.2% of GDP in Mexico in 2012, among the third lowest of all OECD countries. Although improvements such as coverage of the uninsured are being made, and spending is on the increase, Mexico still has the lowest life expectancy in the OECD. [image: OECD]

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Health monitoring technology seen as most important future innovation

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08-Dec-14 87% of people in major markets around the globe believe that using technology to monitor health on-the-go will be the most important future medical innovation, according to research sponsored by GE Healthcare. People in Brazil also want shorter waiting times; those in India want better quality healthcare. [image: GE Healthcare]

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New hospital a springboard for health reform in China

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26-Dec-14 The doors have opened to welcome up to 10,000 patients a day at China’s largest hospital - Peking University International Hospital (PUIH), which is backed by non-state investors. PUIH is being touted as a poster child for much-needed healthcare reform, enabled by private investment. [image: Caixin Online]

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