Historical analysis of the development of health care facilities in Kerala State, India.

@article{Kutty2000HistoricalAO,
  title={Historical analysis of the development of health care facilities in Kerala State, India.},
  author={Vellapallil Raman Kutty},
  journal={Health policy and planning},
  year={2000},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={
          103-9
        }
}
  • V. Kutty
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science, Economics, Medicine
  • Health policy and planning
Kerala's development experience has been distinguished by the primacy of the social sectors. [] Key Result From 1986-1996, growth in the private sector surpassed that in the public sector by a wide margin. Public sector spending reveals that in recent years, expansion has been limited to revenue expenditure rather than capital, and salaries at the cost of supplies. Many developments outside health, such as growing literacy, increasing household incomes and population ageing (leading to increased numbers of…

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