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INTRODUCTION

ECONOMICS IS A SOCIAL SCIENCE CONCERNED WITH THE FACTORS


THAT DETERMINE THE PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND
CONSUMPTION OF GOODS AND SERVICES. THE TERM ECONOMICS
COMES FROM THE ANCIENT GREEK ΟἸΚΟΝΟΜΊΑ FROM ΟἾΚΟΣ
(OIKOS, "HOUSE") AND ΝΌΜΟΣ (NOMOS, "CUSTOM" OR "LAW"),
HENCE "RULES OF THE HOUSE (HOLD FOR GOOD MANAGEMENT)".
DEMAND IS THE UTILITY FOR A GOODS OR SERVICE OF AN
ECONOMIC AGENT, RELATIVE TO HIS/HER INCOME. DEMAND IS A
BUYER'S WILLINGNESS AND ABILITY TO PAY A PRICE FOR A
SPECIFIC QUANTITY OF A GOOD OR SERVICE.
SUPPLY IS THE AMOUNT OF SOMETHING THAT FIRMS, CONSUMERS,
LABORERS, PROVIDERS OF FINANCIAL ASSETS, OR OTHER
ECONOMIC AGENTS ARE WILLING TO PROVIDE TO THE
MARKETPLACE.
HEALTH CARE

 Health care-
Health care is the maintenance or improvement of health via the
prevention, diagnosis & treatment of disease, illness, injury &
other physical & mental impairments in human beings

 Demand for Health care


The demand for healthcare is a derived demand from the
demand for health. Healthcare is demanded as a means for
consumers to achieve a larger stock of “health capital
OBJECTIVES
PRESENT STUDY AIMS TO INVESTIGATE THE
DEMAND OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN TRIPURA
TO ANALYSES THE SUPPLY OF HEALTH CARE
SERVICES.
 TO INVESTIGATE ABOUT THE NEW POLICY &
PROGRAMS INTRODUCED BY THE GOVERNMENT
IN THE INTEREST OF HEALTH CARE.
TO INVESTIGATE IN WHAT SENSE IS SPENDING
ON HEALTH AN INVESTMENT.
METHODOLOGY

WE CREATED THE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE PATIENTS OF THE DIFFERENT
HOSPITALS AND DISTRIBUTED THE QUESTIONNAIRE TO 100 PATIENTS. SO,
THIS SURVEY IS TOTALLY BASED ON 100 PATIENTS.
WE FIND THE DEMAND IN HEALTHCARE IN TRIPURA.
 
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF DATA
 1. PRIMARY DATA- WE COLLECTED PRIMARY DATA THROUGH
QUESTIONNAIRE
2. SECONDARY DATA- THE SECONDARY DATA ARE COLLECTED BY SOMEONE
ELSE AND WHICH HAVE BEEN PASSED THROUGH THE STATISTICAL PROCESS.
 
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FINDINGS
DOCTORS ARE NOT ENOUGH GOOD ABOUT EXPLAINING THE REASON FOR
MEDICAL TESTS.
DOCTORS OFFICE HAS EVERYTHING NEEDED TO PROVIDE MEDICAL CARE.
THE MEDICAL CARE RECEIVING BY PATIENT ARE NOT PERFECT.
DOCTORS MAKE PATIENTS WONDER IF THEIR DIAGNOSIS IS CORRECT OR NIT.
WITHOUT BEING FINANCIAL SETBACK A PATIENT CANNOT GET MEDICAL CARE
THAT THEY WANT.
INGOVERNMENT HOSPITAL PATIENTS ARE NOT TREATED CAREFULLY
WHEREAS IN PRIVATE HOSPITALS PATIENTS ARE TREATED WITH SO MUCH
CARE.
MEDICALEXPENSES ARE NOWADAYS SO MUCH EXPENSIVE THAT IT IS
UNAFFORDABLE FOR THE PATIENTS.
PATIENTS CANNOT EASILY ACCESS TO MEDICAL SPECIALIST THEY NEED.
PEOPLE HAVE TO WAIT TOO LONG FOR EMERGENCY TREATMENT.
FINDINGS(cont.)
 Doctors are acting like business man
 Doctors don’t treat their patient in friendly manner
 Physician sometimes hurry too much while addressing a
patient.
 Doctors sometime ignore what the patient want to tell him.
 Patients feel sometime confused about the ability of a doctor
who treat them.
 Doctors don’t spend time with patient.
 It is hard to get a appointment for medical care in Tripura.
 Patients are not satisfied with the medical care they receive.
 Patients are not able to get medical care whenever they need .
FINDINGS DIAGRAM
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50
40
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SD
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Uncertain
RECOMENDATIONS
 Increase health-care spending to 14% of GDP
 Pay for with taxes, not user fees
 Spend more on primary care
 Develop an all-India public health service
 Buy more drugs in bulk
 Accessibility & availability of both the hospital & physician should be
assured to all those who require health care.
 Waiting times for all services should be minimised.
 Patient information & instruction about all procedures, both medical &
administrative, should be made clear
 Check-in & check-out procedures should be patient friendly
 Communicating with patient & the family about possible delays is a factor
that can avoid a lot of frustration & anxiety.
CONCLUSION
THE DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE DEPENDS ON AGE, EDUCATION, INCOME & HEALTH
STATUS. THE DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE IS GENERALLY SENSITIVE TO PRICE &
INCOME-
• PRICE ELASTICITY
• INCOME ELASTICITY
•HEALTH CARE FOR WHICH SUBSTITUTES EXIST HAVE HIGHER PRICE ELASTICITY
THAN THOSE WITH FEWER SUBSTITUTES, SUCH AS AN ACUTE CARE
HOSPITALIZATION
THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR IN TRIPURA CAN BE VIEWED AS A GLASS HALF EMPTY OR
A GLASS HALF FULL. THE CHALLENGES THE SECTOR FACES ARE SUBSTANTIAL, FROM
THE NEED TO IMPROVE PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE TO THE NECESSITY OF
PROVIDING HEALTH INSURANCE & ENSURING THE AVAILABILITY OF TRAINED MEDICAL
PERSONAL. BUT THE OPPORTUNITIES ARE EQUALLY COMPELLING, FROM DEVELOPING
NEW INFRASTRUCTURE & PROVIDING MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS TO DELIVERING
TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS & CONDUCTING COST-EFFECTIVE CLINICAL TRIALS.
HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IS THE FASTEST GROWING INDUSTRY BUT THE GAP
BETWEEN PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL IS VAST AND THEY NEED TO BE
FILLED BECAUSE IT WILL BE THE BIGGEST SECTOR TO INVEST