Challenges of the healthcare sector
Updated: Dec 29, 2021
Until a few years ago, India's health and wellness business was dispersed and fragmented. That started changing when the people started bringing health problems to the fore that had been accumulating in the nation for years.
The rise of Covid 19 an unexpected pandemic contributed to the rise and betterment of the health care sector, we have seen the situations that a doctor or medical professional gone through, they have to go for multiple shifts, which was not new but now it is highlighted because of this sudden pandemic, covid introduced us to many healthcare-related challenges.
Today, we are a country of 1,296,667,068 people with vast diversity, posing a huge challenge to the healthcare delivery system. Challenges like delivering healthcare to everyone and anywhere, from the socially disadvantaged, the economically challenged, and the systemically marginalized communities and even remote areas in our Himalayan region.
Challenges health care is facing?
Lack of awareness among citizens:-
How well-informed is the People of India about health-related issues? There are several studies on awareness, but do we care to review them? Why is there such a lack of health awareness among Indians? Low educational status, poor functional literacy, a lack of emphasis on education within the healthcare system, and a populace that places low importance on health are the possibilities. We must try to increase awareness among people we work with, as well as inspire the younger generation to believe in the power of education to transform behavior and society.
Affordability of healthcare:
When it comes to healthcare, these are frequently asked questions. How much does healthcare cost in India, and, more importantly, how many people can afford it? Many people are aware that the private sector dominates India's healthcare sector, and that the public sector, in comparison to the private sector, provides healthcare at a low or no cost, but is perceived as unreliable, or poor standard, and is generally not the first choice, unless one cannot afford private care. The Indian government should implement a healthcare program that ensures that even the poorest members of the population have improved access to healthcare and services. During the course, the medical student should be exposed to excessive expenditures of hospitals, unnecessary tests, and treatments. Exposing young minds to concerns of healthcare economics will ideally lead to an understanding of the complexity of the problem and the necessity to solve it in every manner possible. This leads us to the third point.
Lack of access to a healthcare facility:
What is the level of access to high-quality healthcare, and how can we determine the right or opportunity to utilize or benefit from it?” The availability, supply, and use of healthcare services all have a role in determining access. Even in regions where services are “available,” barriers to access in the financial, organizational, social, and cultural domains might limit their use. What is the quality of care provided by a healthcare center, even if we say that everything is physically accessible? Is treatment available at all times?
or the system lacked essential infrastructures such as beds, wards, bathrooms, drinking water, and sanitary labor rooms for delivery?
As free citizens in the community, we must encourage discussion on the determinants of access to healthcare. We should identify and analyze major barriers to access medical facilities. It could be anything the financial barrier, geographical, social, and system-related and do everything that we can to encourage our students and peers to think about the issue of access to high-quality healthcare.
Why choose us?
According to the report shared by WHO, the prescribed ratio of individuals selecting the medical as their profession is 1:1000. As per the reports by the health ministry (statistics is updated in 2019) India had 1.16 million doctors, of whom only 80 percent, or 0.9 million, were working. This results in 0.68 doctors for every 1,000 people. This means it would take us another seven years to reach the WHO standard, these statistics are not only alarming but creates a necessity to raise more ethical medical professionals. There are profound reasons why the youth of this nation is not adapting this profession much, it took long and long years, someone is not able to crack the NEET and someone cannot afford the fees of institutions.
The medical field is facing difficult challenges and one of the biggest challenges our nation and even the world is going through is pandemic which urges us to shift our attention on one critical gap i.e shortages of doctors and nurses.
Hence, Sidhwal classes are on a mission to provide nation ethical medical experts. We are the top medical coaching in India we prepare talent for JEE (Main+Advanced), JEE (Main), Pre-Medical (AIPMT (NEET-UG)/ AIIMS). The Institute is well rewarded for the high-quality entrance exams preparation and produces the best results year after year. We focus on building a strong foundation of knowledge and concepts in students for their success and provide an excellent platform for the preparation of competitive exams and board-level education. Being the best medical coaching in India we provide constant academic support and personal care to the students which helps them achieve the dream that they have been looking for for years.