The Kerala Paradox
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When you talk about healthcare you mention that about 62% of spending is private, but then you also mention that the ratio of private to public healthcare spending is 9. Unless there is some other type of spending (not private and not public) I think these figures contradict each other. For example if 9 was the right ratio then 90% of spending is private and not 62%.
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