Not a long time ago, doctors were considered God in India. Every doctor had that respect in the society which probably no other profession had. But in the recent times there has been growing discontent in the public against medical profession. There must be a reason for this change. There are many questions which may come to our mind while trying to find out the reasons for swinging doctor-patient relationship like - Is the new generation of doctors less trained? Has medical profession really become a business? Is the government health sector well-equipped? Is private sector too over-prized?
This book addresses the above questions and many other problems in Indian Health system - be it government or private health care. The best part is that each problem which is discussed in various sections is followed by possible solutions which if implemented/followed can make India's health care delivery system as one of the best in the world.
There is a separate section in this book on ways to transform the present medical curriculum so that we get doctors par excellence. A special section has been written regarding 'Reservation in Education' which is a hot topic of debate among youngsters of India of 21st century.
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