A third of India’s people live in urban areas! With cities now comprising 30% of all the poor, calls for an effective policy response and the need to attend to urban health care issues has become a priority.
To deliberate and discuss the issues of equity in Urban Health care, we invite you to a panel discussion on “Reimagining Urban Healthcare in our Cities: Opportunities & Challenges in the Next Decade”.
The panelists for the discussion are:
Ravi Duggal — Health Economist associated with Anusandhan Trust (CEHAT), International Budget Partnerships
Caroline Elizabeth George, Head, Community Health and Palliative care, Bangalore Baptist Hospital
Satarupa Bhattacharya, National Editor, Citizen Matters
Samir Garg, Director, State Health Resource Centre, Chhattisgarh
Rajeev Sadanandan, Chief Executive Officer, Health Systems Transformations Platform, former health secretary Government of Kerala
Shreelata Rao Seshadri, Former Professor, Azim Premji University
We will also be launching a report, ‘Health Care Equity in Urban India’, at the event.