Definition and scale of sector
Why the sector was chosen in the West Midlands
Today, Sri Lanka's health system is dominated by "Western medicine" covering 85% of the total health requirement. Both the public and private sectors provide healthcare services. Unlike other developing countries, the public healthcare system provides good coverage and is accessible to the majority of people. The public healthcare system meets almost 60% of total healthcare demand. The public healthcare system also accounts for 95% of the demand for in-patient care, which makes it affordable for a large segment of the population. The private sector meets one half of the demand for out-patient services.
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