How to fix India’s healthcare problem

How to find out what industrialisation is, how to get your business to move into manufacturing, and how to manage a healthcare system that is not yet modernized are among the topics covered in this video.

The video, produced by the Indian Medical Association (IMA), will be aired on its flagship channel, Dr Aravindan Giri on Wednesday night at 7:30 pm IST.

The series will also be shown on various social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter.

In the video, which will be narrated by Dr Aurobindo, Dr Giri says, “In the last few decades, our healthcare system has been modernized.

Today, we have more doctors, more specialists and more nurses.

Our healthcare system is more modern and is being integrated with our modern economy.”

Dr Giri, who is the chairman of the IMA’s Indian Medical Council, explains that the healthcare system of the country has undergone tremendous changes.

He says, we are now seeing the rise of new industries and services, as well as more and more patients.

“It is a big challenge for the healthcare industry.

In the last two years, it has gone through many changes, the biggest of which was the creation of a National Healthcare Infrastructure, which aims to bring healthcare to the entire country,” Dr Girishan explains.

“This has taken the healthcare sector to a new stage.

It is a huge challenge for us.

It has to be modernized and modernized quickly.”

Dr Aurobunda, who also served as India’s health minister from 2006 to 2011, says that the problems in the country’s healthcare system have been underlined in recent years.

“We have seen a dramatic increase in deaths in the last three years.

That is one of the reasons why we are having to modernize the healthcare infrastructure.

We are not getting the resources we need.

The healthcare sector is not modernizing itself,” Dr Aurya explains.”

In our state, we see the trend of over-diagnosis.

This trend is also on the rise.

We have seen patients who have to be treated for more than five years, but they are not receiving adequate treatment.

There is a need to modernise our healthcare infrastructure,” he adds.

The IMA will also launch an interactive website, a mobile app, and an online portal.

The channel will also host a series of panel discussions and seminars to discuss healthcare challenges faced by the country.

The programme, which was first broadcast in 2009, will be watched by a wide audience across the country and across industries.

Dr GIRISHAN says, the programme will be of great value to the healthcare profession.

“We will be discussing the challenges faced in the healthcare services and in the entire healthcare sector in the context of the industrialisation of the healthcare economy.

The government should look at this and develop solutions for the health sector,” he says.