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High Level Expert Group Report on Universal Health Coverage for India


  • Planning Commission


The recommendations that follow take cognizance of the extraordinary opportunities that India offers – and the possibility for India to take a lead in introducing a well-designed UHC system that is eminently suited to the needs and resources of countries at a similar level of development. [Planning Commission Report]. URL:[]

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  • Planning Commission, 2011. "High Level Expert Group Report on Universal Health Coverage for India," Working Papers id:4646, eSocialSciences.
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