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BETHESDA, Maryland, Sept. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The October issue of Health Affairs includes eight articles about the quality of health care in India. One study looks at an innovative cataract surgery program, in a country where cataracts are the leading cause
Also of interest:"Quality Of Health Care In India: Challenges, Priorities, And The Road Ahead," by Maroj Mohanan of Duke University and coauthors.
"DataWatch: Trends In State-Level Child Mortality, Maternal Mortality, And Fertility Rates In India," by Vidit Munshi of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and coauthors.
"Socioeconomic Status And Quality Of Care In Rural India: New Evidence From Provider And Household Surveys," by Jishnu Das of the World Bank and Aakash Mohpal of the University of Michigan.
"Ambulance Service Associated With Reduced Probabilities Of Neonatal And Infant Mortality In Two Indian States," by Kimberly Babiarz of Stanford University and coauthors.
"India's Largest Hospital Insurance Program Faces Challenges In Using Claims Data To Measure Quality," by Matthew Morton of World Bank India and coauthors.
"Effect Of A Large-Scale Social Franchising And Telemedicine Program On Childhood Diarrhea And Pneumonia Outcomes In India," by Maroj Mohanan of Duke University and coauthors.
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