Engaging India: Guide to Developing Health Care Partnerships with States

Author
Nicole Davis, Christa Twyford Gibson, Jonathan Gonzalez-Smith
Content Type
Working Paper
Institution
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Abstract
Indian states control most facets of healthcare delivery. Every state has a different set of healthcare delivery gaps and priorities. Understanding these gaps can help foreign institutions target cooperation more effectively- going to the right place with the right type of cooperation. But having a base for cooperation must be paired with an effective strategy to engage India's states. Issues such as states' political timelines, shifts in key bureaucrats, and other issues can have a major impact on potential projects. In this report, Innovations in Healthcare and CSIS lay out strategies employed by a range of international institutions with current subnational partnerships in India.
Topic
Health, Governance, Health Care Policy, Innovation
Political Geography
India, Asia