The role of the Central Government is very pivotal since it is the national policy ofIndiathat has failed to provide any specific measures to meet broad stated goals. Health care services have not been integrated with economic goals, social development, nutrition and sanitation and the lack of participation at the local level to broaden the health care perspective.
The central government has mostly followed the set five year plans and of course on health program sponsorships. The government expenditures are a joint responsibility of the central and state governments but the strategies are formulated by the central government along with the Central Council of Health and Family Welfare. The strategies are supervised by the Ministry of Health and Family Welf