16th January 2013
India has continued to struggle with health disparities and a poorly funded public health sector in spite of its rapid rise as a global economic power. To add to that, it is the largest exporter of highly qualified physicians, a phenomenon often referred to as the Indian brain drain. At the Global Healthcare Summit in Kochi, the possibility that the country would allow physicians of Indian origin who have trained abroad to function as fully-practising physicians in India was discussed.
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