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Why access to Healthcare in India is road of challenges?

Ziqitza Healthcare highlights the challenges associated with healthcare in India.   Medical care is a critical part of our lives.…

Why access to Healthcare in India is road of challenges?

Ziqitza Healthcare highlights the challenges associated with healthcare in India.


Medical care is a critical part of our lives. We at Ziqitza Healthcare Limited believes it’s the right of the people to have access quality medical services when we want it. Tragically, this isn’t consistently the case. There are many difficulties related with healthcare services in India. With the developing populace, the interest for medical care administrations is also increasing. Nonetheless, there are a few medical services difficulties looking by and in India, remarked by experts of Ziqitza healthcare.


How India Can go beyond its Healthcare Challenges?


We at Ziqitza believes that the sound citizens are the best resource any nation can have, and India has all it takes to arise as a significant medical care supplier to the world. Be that as it may, the need for the right arrangements and more grounded execution of these approaches on the ground. Some key guides for state run administrations and leaders to focus on if they are to keep away from a healthcare crisis. For example, all retail clinical stores across India should have 40-50 % load of generic medications with the goal that affordable meds can be made available. Plans like Jan Aushadhi ought to infiltrate to the majority, providing generic drugs at reasonable costs.

Mr. Surrender Agarwal , CFO Ziiqtza Healthcare Limited remarks “ Nations are right now wrestling with issues like rising medical services costs, changing patient socioeconomics, creating buyer assumptions and complex wellbeing and innovation biological systems. Medical services partners need to put resources into inventive delivery & conveyance models, informative & advanced digital technologies to plan for vulnerabilities like pandemics and build a smart health system. At the same time I believe that India has the capability to emerge as a major Healthcare provider of the world. India can diminish the expense of medical care by expanding the quantity of medical care experts, like specialists, attendants, professionals, and managers. The restrictive expense of medical care services, lack of trained professionals, low infiltration of clinical protection, and the significant expense of medical education are issues that should be changed inventively.” Similar thoughts were voiced by Ziqitza Rajasthan.


Nonetheless, we want the right approaches and more grounded execution of these arrangements. India’s policymakers acknowledge it isn’t just about medical care, however it is about making fair development across the whole society under the “Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas” conspire.

How a Healthcare crisis can be avoided?


Mr. Agarwal, CFO Ziqitza Healthcare Limited further suggested  few major Steps that Government & Healthcare Leaders can follow;.


  1. Financial Speculation: have expanded focal interest in medical services, this should be kept on guaranteeing frameworks and clinical staff are prepared for additional flare-ups of Coronavirus or then again other future issues that might emerge even after the immunization turns out on the lookout.

  2. Wage Policies: One of the greatest concern is that insufficient has been done at this point to work on the wages and working circumstances of healthcare workers in India. In spite of the speculation, not enough is being done to compensate specialists and clinical staff for their work, particularly with the expanded responsibility during the pandemic.


  1. Working Conditions: The analysis of the healthcare sector cannot simply focus on “salary paid”, we must look at the conditions of our healthcare workers, such as the hours people are asked to work, also need to be considered. This will actually make the jobs more attractive.


  1. Education and training – Education and training needs of healthcare workers should be affordable & merit basis, to ensure that they are getting into the best possible jobs that they can find.


As per Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd spokesperson the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt across enterprises, making irreversible changes come. It has solidly settled the requirement for dynamic activity and the foundation of a strong, cooperative, versatile, and computerized medical services foundation.


With healthcare spending projected to grow faster than the economy, increasing from 17.8 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017 to 21.4 percent of GDP in 2027, there is still a tremendous scope for India to rise to the healthcare challenge.


About Ziqitza Healthcare

Ziqitza HealthCare Limited (ZHL), has been one of the leading players in India’s Emergency Medical Services industry since 2005. Ziqitza Limited Rajasthan & ZHL Rajasthan also have appreciated team Ziqitza for sharing the thoughts on the challenges faced by Healthcare system in India. Ziqitza Limited is a “one-stop integrated healthcare solution” for corporate or government that include Integrated Emergency Services and Corporate Health Solutions. The service network includes 3,300 ambulances, state of art Helpline centres and medical mobile units that services 2 customers every second in India. We work with multiple state governments and 75 corporate clients in India and Gulf. Ziqitza is winner of Global Real impact Awards and Times Social Impact Award.

Ziqitza Health Care Limited, India’s biggest emergency medical response firm, has been acquired by the MUrgency Group for a majority Stake. MUrgency Group is founded by Mr. Shaffi Mather and is backed by leading investors for various businesses ranging from business incubation, airport

assistance services, quaternary medical care, reproductive & fertility medicine, e-commerce

and fintech in India, UAE, and USA.


For further information please contact: visakh.dayanandan@zhl.in


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