The Indian government is trying to make the code of its national health system easier to understand.

Here’s how it works.

The health code is a set of guidelines to govern the health of Indians.

It sets out what information must be shared, how and when to report adverse events, and how to identify and treat health-related problems.

The Indian Health Ministry sets the health code for the country’s 27 states and Union Territories, and some of its largest provinces, which include Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Assam, Odisha, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala.

The code includes a list of “non-communicable diseases”, which include cancer, heart disease, diabetes and gastro-intestinal disease.

Health Information Systems and Digitalization, the government agency responsible for the health codes, is working on creating an interactive online map of the health information codes, which will be made available on the ministry’s website.

The map will allow users to search for health information in specific cities and states, as well as to enter information about the codes and their codes in one place.

Users will be able to add and delete information about a health code, which they can do by clicking on the information.

In the next six months, the Indian government has also begun updating the national health code and its code of practices and standards.

The new code will come into effect in April 2019.

This map will also be available on a daily basis through the health ministry’s portal.

The map will be updated regularly, with the latest information and updates available on social media.

The ministry also aims to make it easy for the public to contact health departments.

The Health Information Code for India is being developed by the health department of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, which is part of the Department of Information Technology.

The government hopes that it will make it easier for people to get the most out of their health information, according to the Health Information Systems, Digitalization and Public Awareness (HIVID) team.

“Health information is not just information that can be accessed online,” said Shri Prakash Raman, director of the department.

“It is information that should be communicated in a way that is not only useful for people, but also helps in understanding the situation.”

The health information of the country is in large part based on information from hospitals and other health facilities, and from medical books.

However, the codes of practice and standards vary from state to state.

In India, the health systems of several states have adopted a “single code of practice” to guide how they handle information sharing.

The codes have a variety of meanings.

A single code of conduct is defined as the basic framework for how a state or territory handles information about any medical or health condition.

In many cases, a single code does not address a specific condition or patient.

Instead, it provides a general guideline for how to manage the situation.

The code of health for a state, which has been around since 1948, has a set number of codes.

This is the health authority code, for example.

It defines what information can be shared in relation to a patient, including the date of admission, how to report and treat a medical condition, the treatment of a condition, and what kind of treatment can be recommended.

The state health code was last revised in 2007.

The revised code sets out the common standards for the use of health information and includes a code of standards, which describes the use and presentation of health-care information.

The latest revision of the code, released in October, also sets out how to use the codes in a specific context.

It calls for more flexibility and efficiency in sharing information about health-relevant topics.

The new codes also contain a “postcode” code that identifies the specific district where a person lives, and the district in which the health-info center is located.

A postcode code is also a marker for the information to be shared with the health authorities.

“It is a very important code,” said Rajiv Gupta, chief information officer at Tata Consultancy Services, a consultancy.

“You have to make sure the information is available to everybody.”

To ensure people have access to the health system, the code also has provisions to provide for “access to all, irrespective of their identity, location or status.”

For example, people living in the southern and eastern parts of the states of Rajasthan and Maharashtra can get a postcode if they have lived in that state for at least five years.

However, the new codes are not without their detractors.

In some cases, some health departments are being criticized for trying to increase the number of people who are insured through the codes.

This is not the first time the Indian health codes have faced criticism.

The first code was published in 1949, and it was not updated until 1988.

Some sections of the codes were written by members of the Indian National Advisory Council (INAC).

The INAC was