India’s monsoon rains (June–September) deliver about 70% of the country’s annual rainfall. This is crucial for farmers as only about 45% of farmland has irrigation. The balance 55% has to rely on the kindness of the Rain Gods for their livelihood. The monsoon rains are thus very critical in a country where nearly 65% of India’s 1.3 billion people depend on agriculture for a living.
Co-authored with Gaurov Dayal and Jeff Smith of Lumeris.
In an ideal state, a well-functioning healthcare delivery system should provide the right care at the right time and the right place, while being accountable for clinical and financial outcomes.
In a March 29th New York Times article, author Elizabeth Rosenthal chronicles America’s dystopian system for coding and billing medical treatments. Rosenthal concludes that the medical-billing system itself is a primal cause of the nation’s sky-high medical costs,