Geneva: indian government are working on value-based healthcare supported by Health care workers mobility and patient transfer, Dr. Mansk Mandaviya, Federal Minister of Health said Family Welfare on Wednesday.Healing by India‘ This effort is designed to increase. Health care workers Allows movement from India to different parts of the world to serve the world according to the Indian Philosophy of Vasudaiva Kutumbakam. ”
Dr. Mandaviya delivered a keynote speech on ‘Healing and Healing in India’ in a side event session. Healing by India“76 o’clockth world health assembly at Geneva. He elaborated that the ‘Heal in India’ initiative aims to provide the world with ‘integrated and holistic treatments’ to improve health. patient transfer Access to world-class, affordable, quality products healthcare services.
“India is home to Ayurveda, the oldest medical system in the world. India’s unique strengths are coming to the fore,” said the Union Health Minister at the rally. Demand for Ayur treatments is increasing across India.” And the same is being promoted.
He reiterated that under the G20 Health Track, India has prioritized health emergencies, prevention, preparedness and response, focusing on One Health and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Strengthen cooperation within the pharmaceutical sector around the world to improve access to safe, effective, high-quality and affordable medical interventions: vaccines, treatments and diagnostics. Digital health innovations and solutions to support universal health coverage and improve healthcare delivery at the grassroots level.
Noting the steps taken to strengthen India’s healthcare ecosystem, Mandaviya said: “India has achieved an unimaginable pace of COVID-19 vaccinations, with more than 2.2 billion doses of vaccine already delivered to date. It was administered. Millions of vaccines were shared with the world.” “Vaccine Maitri” concept.
“Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB PM-JAY), the world’s largest government-funded health insurance scheme, was launched in 2018. Wellness Centers (AB-HWCs) are transforming the delivery of comprehensive healthcare services, Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) is closing the gaps between various actors in the healthcare ecosystem through the use of technology Aimed at, the PM and Ayushman Bharat’s Health Infrastructure Mission will build a disease surveillance system, laboratory networks, infectious disease blocs across the country and strengthen research capacity with a focus on the One Health approach,” the minister said. He said India had launched the Ayushman Bharat Initiative to build a resilient healthcare ecosystem.
Dr. Mandaviya said the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant negative impact on health systems around the world, saying, “The pandemic is a global coordinated response, with health threats not confined to national borders. has shown that there is a need for India has supported this sector by supporting the upskilling of health workers and facilitating the use of digital technologies.