Kerala is one of the most expensive places in India, with the average healthcare cost of Rs 1,200 per person per year.

But there is a state in India that has one of India’s lowest healthcare expenditure per capita.

And that state is Maharashtra, which has a state healthcare system that provides health insurance to all citizens.

The state of Maharashtra is not the only one where this has been achieved.

India has more than 20 other states and territories that are in the process of rolling out healthcare systems similar to Maharashtra.

Here are 10 of the best: 1.

Gujarat  (Rs 8,000 per person) Gujarat has one health insurance policy per resident.

The policy covers the entire state, with an annual cap of Rs 6,000.

The healthcare system is managed by the National Health Insurance Corporation.

Its aim is to cover all the people in the state, regardless of their income level.

The first enrolment is in August.


Karnataka  ($1,500 per person): In 2014, Karnataka became the first state to have a universal healthcare plan, which covers all residents regardless of age and sex.

The plan is administered by the state government and covered by the central government’s healthcare programme.

Karnatans healthcare coverage is currently more comprehensive than that of Maharashtra, with all residents covered from ages 15 to 65.


Tamil Nadu ($1,000): Tamil Nadu has the lowest healthcare cost per capita of all states.

This is because of the government’s health insurance scheme.

The government provides health benefits to all residents, irrespective of their socio-economic background.

However, it also provides healthcare to people with disabilities.


Maharashtra ($800): Maharashtra is the only state in the country that does not have a state health insurance plan.

It has a government-run healthcare scheme that covers the whole of the state.

The scheme covers people with all types of disabilities, and is administered through an administrative body.


Goa  $700 per person: Goa is a poor state, yet it has one the best plans in the world for healthcare.

The Kerala-based state government manages healthcare through its government-owned insurance scheme, the Indian Medical Insurance Corporation (IMIC).

The scheme has the health insurance cap of only Rs 6.5 lakh per person, but the state also offers a separate private healthcare insurance scheme for families with children.

The State-run scheme covers up to 1.5 million people.


Rajasthan ($700): Rajasthani state has a national healthcare insurance policy covering 1.6 million people, which it is currently in the midst of rolling.

The Government of Rajasthala is the national government of the Indian state, and the state is responsible for health insurance coverage for its citizens.


Maharashtra (Rs 6,500): Maharashtra has the highest healthcare expenditure in the Indian Union.

This comes despite having a health insurance system that covers everyone regardless of income level, with a cap of just Rs 6500.


Odisha ($600): Odisha has the cheapest healthcare coverage in the India.

With a cap on healthcare of Rs 2,500, Odisha is one among the states where people are covered by insurance.


Andhra Pradesh ($400): Andhra has the least healthcare coverage of all the states in the Union.

In fact, there are only 10 other states in India with a national policy covering the whole state, which means the state has no coverage whatsoever.


Tamilnadu ($300): Tamilnads healthcare coverage comes with a universal health plan, with no cap on any income level and is the first of the states to offer universal coverage.


Gujarat ($400 per person with a family): Gujarat has the most comprehensive healthcare coverage.

This policy covers all citizens regardless of socio-economics, but is also administered by a private company, Aetna Health Services.

It covers all children up to age six, and all disabled persons.


Karnagat (Rs 500 per person for single people): Karnagats national healthcare policy covers single citizens with no income caps.

The Karnagatal State Government is responsible to ensure the universal coverage of healthcare in the State.


Maharashtra ($500 per family): Maharashtra’s national health insurance is the cheapest in the union.

The Maharashtra government manages the national healthcare system with a private healthcare company.

The health coverage for all residents is the same regardless of the income level in the region.


Karnas health insurance has a cap amounting to Rs 500.

The insurance covers the total population, regardless in their age, gender, disability status, language and other social categories.


Maharashtra State Government (Rs 400 per family with children): Maharashtra manages its national health system with the State Government.

The total healthcare coverage for the entire State is Rs 400 per household, irrespective in their income, age, and gender.


Kerala ($300 per family) Kerala is India’s richest state.

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