The Indian government has set the bar high when it comes to healthcare and medical research.
But now, the country has a serious competition to beat.
According to a new report by the United Nations and the World Bank, the Indian government’s healthcare system is among the world’s best, and the best is far from guaranteed.
The report says India is currently the country with the most people with healthcare in the world, and there are plans to expand this to other sectors, including healthcare and public health.
“India is the world leader in healthcare and health care technology,” said Usha Singh, head of research and strategy at the United States-based World Bank.
“There is a lot of progress being made on the front end, but we still have a long way to go.”
The United Nations’ report, which looked at data from all levels of government, says the Indian healthcare system outperforms the United Kingdom’s and France’s healthcare systems.
However, it also points out that the report focuses on a single country.
The United States and France, for example, both rank ahead of India when it is ranked on overall health outcomes.
In the report, India’s healthcare has “exceeded expectations,” but it does not achieve the “highest levels of quality and safety” that the United Nation considers to be indicators of good healthcare.
“The United States, France and India have some of the highest health outcomes in the developed world, so it’s really interesting that we don’t have a single system that does that,” said Dr. Arun Kumar, co-founder and director of the Health System Analysis Project at the World Health Organization.
“This is what makes it a big surprise, and it will be the biggest surprise if India continues to be a laggard on healthcare.”
Health outcomesIndia has the highest life expectancy in the country, with 86 years.
It also has the world highest percentage of women living in poverty.
The country’s infant mortality rate is less than a third of that of other developing countries, and India’s maternal mortality rate remains lower than other countries.
The Indian health system has also seen a marked improvement in its quality of care, with India’s overall health index ranking in the top 10 of the world.
However, the health system is not immune to corruption.
The WHO found that nearly half of the Indian medical professionals it surveyed had ties to entities that had made at least $200,000 from their services in the last five years.
The findings also highlight the problems in India’s financial sector, where some of its top medical professionals have made fortunes.
The corruption problems could also hinder the government’s ability to deliver on its promises of better healthcare, the report said.
A recent audit by the country’s Auditor General’s Office found that almost one-third of Indian hospitals and clinics have inadequate supplies and equipment.
India has also struggled to fill more than 1,500 medical training positions, which have not been filled since 2008.
A separate report by an international non-governmental organization called the World Economic Forum has also highlighted the problems.
The International Federation of Independent Healthcare Organisations (IFOHO) says India’s medical system is behind the curve in its healthcare delivery, with a large number of hospitals and medical schools being under-resourced.
“We have a very high incidence of malpractice in Indian hospitals,” said IFAO’s Dr. J.R. Jain.
“It is very rare for an Indian hospital to actually admit a patient in the first 24 hours, even though they can.”
The government has also been slow to respond to rising healthcare costs, despite having a national health insurance scheme.
A study published last year by the Centre for Policy Research, an independent think tank, said India’s private health insurance plan was expected to cover about 70 percent of the population by 2020.
But the Indian Health Service (IHS), the countrys largest healthcare provider, has been slow in implementing the reforms.
In March, the government announced a new system that would allow people to choose from a range of private providers, including private hospitals and private ambulances.
The government said it was creating a national healthcare plan, but IHS officials have told the Associated Press that there is no real plan for this.
India’s economy is still heavily reliant on manufacturing, and some of that has led to problems in healthcare.
India is still far behind in healthcare technology, with only a few of the top 30 countries having a healthcare IT infrastructure, according to the report.
And, even when the government has improved its healthcare technology system, it still lags far behind the United states and other developed nations when it it comes the use of artificial intelligence (AI), according to a recent report by a company that helps companies develop artificial intelligence solutions.
In India, a government agency is trying to improve the system with an ambitious plan to set up a private AI research lab in the coming years.
However the institute, the Advanced Research Group for AI and