14 May, 2019

Even as prevalence of hypertension is rising fast among Indians, awareness, diagnosis and treatment of the condition remains significantly low.

ET Healthworld

14 May, 2019

NEW DELHI: Even as prevalence of hypertension is rising fast among Indians, awareness, diagnosis and treatment of the condition remains significantly.

Times of India

10 May, 2019

Despite the health sector employing five million workers in India it continues to have low density of health professionals with figures for the country being lower than those of Sri Lanka, China, Thailand, United Kingdom and Brazil, according to a World Health Organisation database.

The Hindu

9 May, 2019

As per the government data available, India had 19,80,536 registered nurses and registered midwives, 8,41,279 ANMs, and 56,367 lady health visitors until January 2016.

DNA India

9 May, 2019

Consumption is projected to reach 7.6 ltr per adult by 2030, the highest rise being forecast in middle-income countries such as China, India, Vietnam and Myanmar, the medical journal said.

Hindustan Times

7 May, 2019

A new model of care and insurance has started working in the US. Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs) are a group of doctors, hospitals and other care providers that together manage care of a group of patients.

Financial Express

7 May, 2019

More than 50% of Indians with hypertension are not aware of their hypertension status.

The Week

6 May, 2019

NEW DELHI, May 5: Hypertension prevalence in India is high, but only 45 per cent of people are aware of their diagnosis, according to a first large–scale population based study of hypertension care in India.

Daily Excelsior

4 May, 2019

Study shows despite high incidence of hypertension in India, only 45% of those with high blood pressure know it.

Medi Bulletin

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