Expectations rarely match reality and this is especially true for India’s healthcare sector. What better way to break this down than to put it in an expectations meme.
What the world wants me to do: To really understand how India’s Healthcare system is lacking, we compare it to healthcare in the U.K. Here’s the slideshow that breaks it down.
What people think I do: We’ve got a lot of plans to eradicate diseases in India, the latest is that India wants TB to be gone by 2025. But do we have the resources to manage this? Read our article to know.
What God wants me to do: India’s LOVE natural and alternative medicine, especially because they’re easily available, don’t need prescriptions and the government’s AYUSH Ministry makes it sound like the ultimate treatment. Watch our video about how this only makes the healthcare situation worse.
What everyone wants me to do: Malnutrition is probably one of India’s biggest healthcare problems and it affects people from all sections of Indian society, as you can see from our slideshow.
What I actually do: Tuberculosis is one of those things India has been promising to fight for ages, yet even 2 decades later we’ve very far away from total eradication. Could it be the problem of poor implementation? Find out by reading this.
What I think I do: Without a doubt, India has one big success story where healthcare and disease eradication is concerned. Read this to know exactly how they did it, a model that they should probably follow more often.
What I wish I could do: Changing up our current system would require a lot better management, more efficiency and tons of funding. Maybe we can look at privatization as an option?
What I should do: Our healthcare sector may not be meeting expectations yet, but with the help of some innovation and technology, we might just be able to get there sooner rather than later. Here are some examples.
Check out the entire ‘Healthcare Meme’ collection here.