A Comprehensive Review on Improving the Quality of Health Care in Developing Countries

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Mohammad Chand Jamali, Vimlesh Tanwar, Mohammed Abushohada


Health standards significantly impact economic performance and quality of life. In developing nations, maternal morbidity and mortality are prevented mainly by the provision of high-quality care. In underdeveloped nations, medical research has advanced significantly during the last 60 years. The epidemiological data, however, paint a contrasting picture. Improvements in sanitation, nutrition, medicine, and vaccinations have led to a decline in many infectious diseases, and life expectancy is increasing. If urbanization increases access to clean water and improves sewage systems, it may reduce the prevalence of parasite and water-borne diseases. Significantstrides have been made in the fight against the most serious communicable illnesses, improving millions of people's health, extending life expectancy, lowering maternal and infant mortality, and raising life expectancy.A significant priority that must be alive is the transformation of primary healthcare. More work needs to be done if we are to see meaningful improvements in the health of all Indians, including those who need it the most. For the public health system to be effective, the public must learn to trust it. Indians continue to pay out of pocket for healthcare, which has led to a rise in the number of struggling households' debt and poverty levels. People want better government services and anticipate that health care will improve in the upcoming years. Health insurance, private healthcare providers, and the general public—whether they reside in cities or in remote areas—need to be better connected.As a result, this study aims to evaluate health care factors that affect the standard of care in emerging nations. Our research involves fact analysis and prediction analysis performed on pertinent records and data connected to our research purpose, which has assisted us in concluding the future, potential for growth, and potential challenges.

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