New Delhi [India], March 4 (ANI): During its ongoing G20 presidency, India seeks to provide equitable access to healthcare for all. India also places great emphasis on a value-based healthcare system.
“As the G20 chair, we have the opportunity to promote multilateral cooperation among countries through knowledge sharing and develop effective policies to provide citizens around the world with accessible, affordable and quality healthcare services,” India’s Ministry of Health and Sanitation said the Minister of State. Family welfare Bharati Pravin Pawar said recently.
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The pandemic has brought to the fore serious health-related problems with adverse consequences for the future.
Recent health hazards have made it critical to equitably provide quality, affordable, and accessible healthcare to all, regardless of borders.
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Here, the first health working group meeting under India’s G20 presidency proved to be very effective in addressing systemic vulnerabilities and disparities, in addition to advocating for holistic and universal health and well-being.
Health priorities such as emergencies, prevention, preparedness, enhanced collaboration, and digital health innovations and solutions resonated broadly, especially in low- and middle-income countries where health care systems are constrained and unbalanced. in case of concern.
Recognizing that pandemic policy must be a defining part of our health policy, as any health crisis today can lead to a huge economic crisis tomorrow in an interconnected world, is now an important part of our collective preparedness and response agenda.
In order to meet the health challenges of the future, the 2023 Budget has also announced many measures. The proposed 157 new nursing schools will be juxtaposed with the 157 new medical schools since 2014.
The mission to eliminate sickle cell anemia by 2047 will also be launched, which will require universal screening of 70 million people in the 0-40 age group.
For medical research, the facilities at the selected ICMR laboratory will be available to public and private medical schools and private sector R&D teams, encouraging collaborative research and innovation, according to AIR News.
Pawar said India intends to accelerate its efforts to accelerate the implementation of value-based healthcare and achieve the goal of universal health coverage.
She also highlighted the importance of medically valuable travel, saying that “traditional medicine has played a vital role in promoting the health of communities around the world for centuries, and it remains a go-to and vital resource for individuals.”
According to the Economic Times, she said that traditional medicine is gaining worldwide recognition as an effective pain management tool and holds great promise against antibiotic resistance.
A new program to promote pharmaceutical research and innovation is also planned through the Center of Excellence. The government also plans to encourage the pharmaceutical industry to invest in research and development in specific priority areas.
The budget also increases the center’s emphasis on integrating the Ayush system with the national health ecosystem. As a result, the total allocation to the Ayush Ministry has increased by 20% to Rs. 36.47 billion with emphasis on promoting evidence-based research on the Ayush system through the Ayush Research Council.
With the G20 health meeting and the 2023 budget focusing almost simultaneously on expanding health services, the foundations and framework of a global health architecture appear to be taking shape, aiming to equip countries with strong healthcare systems for the next health emergency. (Arnie)
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