20 October 2021 | News
Lists six thematic areas that require immediate deliberation and gives actionable recommendation
FICCI and KPMG in India have come out with a report titled – COVID-19 induced healthcare transformation in India to discuss on COVID-19 triggered a transformation in the Indian health ecosystems. The report deep dives into the major disruptors and technological interventions that were triggered by the pandemic, expediting the approach towards a more affordable, accessible and equitable health system.
The report lists six thematic areas that require immediate deliberation and gives actionable recommendations, given the need for greater investment in enhancing health outcomes and a strategic diversion of funds towards sustaining these outcomes.
The report has attempted to bring out more such takeaways from the health crisis and the subsequent response management in India and highlighted how these interventions should not be one-time efforts but should have the potential to create a long-lasting impact on the Indian health system.
The report also goes on to underline a strategic way forward for a more rounded approach to ensuring pandemic preparedness and health systems strengthening – from the importance of leveraging the private sector as a partner in healthcare to embedding digital health as a core component of the health landscape.