The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Kerala will create a health system for 10 percent of the people, including those with the most disabilities, in a major step towards improving the lives of those with chronic diseases, including chronic kidney diseases.
Key points:The party will create an integrated health system, known as a ’10 percent’ health system’The health system will be integrated with the education system and the labour market, according to party sourcesThe government has said that the government will also ensure a ‘universal’ health coverage for all the population.
The 10 percent health system would be a model of the “universal healthcare” system developed in South Africa, where a system of integrated health care was established for the entire population.
A party spokesman said the government would establish a 10 percent system of health care in the state and would take it up with the states to see if it was feasible.
The Kerala government has been working on a health care system for a decade, and has been struggling to establish an integrated system.
The government, however, has said it has plans to establish a universal health coverage by 2020, a timeline that was widely expected by the media.
“This is the first step towards achieving the 10 percent target.
In the meantime, we are committed to developing the 10% system, and it will be implemented with a view to its implementation in the next three to five years,” said the spokesman.”
The 10% health system is based on the concept of a 10% of people.
The 10 percent will include all the people who need it most.
The health system has been developed in Kerala for a long time, and there are already 10 percent people living in the State.
The health plan will include the provision of health services, education and the training of healthcare personnel.
The spokesman said there was no limit to the number of people that could be covered by the system.”
In our state, we have about 30,000 patients who need health care services.
Our aim is to bring them all in one healthcare system,” he said.”
But in the same time, there will be a need for additional services that can be provided to the 10 per cent.
The Government of Kerala has invested a lot in health care.
We will have an integrated healthcare system with a focus on the 10-15 per cent of the state’s population.
“The government will take it one step at a time and see how we can make it work in a fair manner,” he added.
The spokesperson said the 10th state will be selected by the government after an independent audit is done.