India's healthcare system has shown great efficiency

India’s healthcare system has shown great efficiency in minimizing mortality: Union minister Bharati Pravin Pawar

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Bharati Pravin Pawar, who oversaw the All India Institute of Medical Sciences 67th Foundation Day celebrations in this city, expressed her happiness over the inclusion of AIIMS in the top 10 educational institutions in the nation for research. She added that in addition to research, it is the only institution with a patient care service component.

According to the Minister of State for Health Bharati Pravin Pawar, India’s healthcare system has demonstrated exceptional efficiency not only in providing diagnostic and management services but also in minimizing mortality and maximizing recovery.

She also said that it is a source of great pride that the National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF), published by the Ministry of Education, has ranked AIIMS, Delhi, as the top medical institution for the fifth year in a row.

She also encouraged the authorities to keep the ranking high in the ensuing years.

“Success is more of a process than a final destination. We must put in a lot of effort to not only uphold high standards but also set and work toward new milestones, “she added.

“First, expansion of infrastructure and human resources related to modern medical science are three factors we include when discussing holistic health and inclusiveness of accessibility. The second is encouraging research in the conventional Indian medical system and its active participation in the healthcare system. The third is delivering better and more affordable healthcare to every citizen and every region of the nation using cutting-edge technology, according to Pawar.

The central government is working holistically with an emphasis on preventive care and giving priority to tertiary healthcare, she said. “Under the dynamic leadership of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji, the central government is taking efforts to work holistically,” she said.

According to her, efforts are being made to rapidly increase the number of doctors while simultaneously lowering the cost of treatment for the poor.