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Last updated: 25 May, 2018  

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SME Times News Bureau | 25 May, 2018

The Fifteenth Finance Commission has constituted a high level group consisting of eminent experts from across the country in health sector, said an official release.

Dr. RandeepGuleria, Director, AIIMS, New Delhi will be its Convenor, said the release, adding that the group will examine the strengths and weaknesses for enabling balanced expansion of Health Sector

The role and functions of the High Level Groupon Health Sector will be to evaluate the existing regulatory framework in the Health sector and examine its strength and weaknesses for enabling a balanced yet faster expansion of the health sector keeping in view India’s demographic profile;

It will also suggest ways and means to optimize the use of existing financial resources and to incentivize the state governments’ effort on fulfilment of well-defined health parameters in India; and

The group will holistically examine best international practices for the health sector and seek to benchmark our frameworks to these practices for optimizing benefits keeping in mind our local issues.

 
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