Sarojini Nadimpally and Vrinda Marwah
This article is part of the edited volume titled Equity and Access: Healthcare Studies in India. The volume is edited by Purendra Prasad, Amar Jesani and Sujata Patel, and published by the Oxford University Press in 2018.
- Unravels the complex narrative of why inequities in the health sector are growing in India
- Explores whether globalization creates new opportunities or obstacles in democratizing health care systems;
- Assess the role of state in its obligations to ensure universal access to health care in terms of caste, class, and gender;
- Provides a holistic narrative that explains the politics of health care access in terms of distribution, utilization, and outcomes.