48% of people got medical care before death in 2018: Report | India News

NEW DELHI: More people received medical care before death in 2018 as compared to five years ago, the Sample Registration System Statistical Report 2018 said.
The data, from the report released on Friday, showed there was an increase of about 8.6 percentage points where the deceased had received medical attention before death in hospitals during 2013-2018.
In 2018, in nearly 48% deaths, the deceased had received medical attention either at a government hospital or a private hospital. While nearly 50% of them got institutional care, around 20% were attended by untrained functionaries. In rural areas, while more than 23% were attended to by untrained functionaries, in urban settings, this was much lower at 8.7%, the data released by the Registrar General of India showed.
In 2018, more such people were received at government hospitals than private ones. Government hospitals got 29.4% of such cases, wile 18.5% deaths where deceased got medical care were in private hospitals.

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