The country has seen a dramatic rise in healthcare costs, driven in part by soaring healthcare spending and high-tech care delivery.
Now, a new system is being designed to provide an alternative, cheaper alternative.
The National Health Mission is trying a few different approaches.
One is to build a complete system of health care services.
Another is to provide a car drivetrain.
The third is to help people in rural areas improve their care.
All of these are aimed at helping people stay alive and reduce their costs.
The NIMS is a new concept to try to address the health needs of the population in the country.
It was launched last year and has the backing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who said the project will save India “Rs 50,000 crore per annum”.
While the project is still in its early stages, the NIMSS aims to provide healthcare services across the country, from the rural areas of Assam to the capital cities of Delhi and Mumbai.
It will have a nationwide reach.
The first phase of the project was launched in July and is currently being run by the NOMS.
The NOMSS has a budget of Rs 4,400 crore and aims to build more hospitals in rural and remote areas.
The project has also sought financial support from the National Health Council of India (NHCAI) and private sector.
A total of over $10 billion will be spent on the project.
The cost of the first phase will be around $400 crore, while the second phase will cost $1.4 billion.
The total cost of construction of the NAMSS will be $1,000 billion.
The NHCAI has already been given a $1 billion loan from the government to complete the project in 2021.
But the project has faced a number of challenges.
First, the government had not agreed on the price of the government-owned stake in the project, which is expected to be around 1 percent.
This means that the government will have to buy the stake at a lower price.
The second challenge was that the NHCAE had not been able to provide sufficient funds to the project and the cost of financing.
The NHCA has also been unable to provide the capital to the government in the form of the loan it received from the NDA government.
And then there is the matter of the private sector funding, which was also not guaranteed.
The third and final challenge for the project came from the fact that the project would be managed by the NHIAI.
The government has given the NHMAI the task of overseeing the project from a very early stage.
The role of the NHMCI is to oversee the implementation of the health system.
It also controls the procurement of the medical equipment.
The health ministry has said it will be able to oversee all aspects of the healthcare system.