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Basic concepts in population health and health care
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    Re: Can Care be graded in any level?

    Dear Editor

    Sorry that I am late in submitting my responses to the issue on grading of health care. My Institution is engaged in providing community based health services in marginalised population in the metroplis of Delhi with 10 million population with a record migration rate of 4% per year.The Ministry Of Health has taken a bold step in introducing Indian Public Health Standards in attempt to revamp and introd...

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    Can Care be graded in any level?

    Dear Editor,

    This article is a concise and comprehensive glossary in the basic concept of health care. It is an asset to teaching classes of public health. However, in this developing country we are curious about your term "Primary Care". We are all working in a two million population catchment area for our services; the "Service Area" of the Institute. We named these the "Teaching Districts" of BP Koirala Institute...

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