| Published: March 31, 2021
Pandemic Handling Competence of Healthcare System: A Qualitative Study
Background: Covid-19 pandemic situation is showing its impact day by day, by drastic increase in the number of positive cases worldwide. The presence of the pathogen and fear of its spread changed the entire economy of the world upside down. India draws attention to the challenges affecting the health care system of the world’s second most populous country. Although substantial achievement of population health in India. The health outcome remains inadequate when India is compared with other countries. Health care is far from equitable, accountable, or affordable, the health system in India needs to be reconfigured in its commitments are to provide optimum benefits to the people. Objective: To investigate the condition of healthcare system during covid-19 pandemic. Method: An exploratory design along with qualitative analysis using grounded theory approach was conducted on 35 samples with random sampling technique. Results: overall results indicate that, the health care system is providing good support in criteria like, private practices, insurance, infrastructure, labs and testing, availability of medicines. But, to improve its support and stand by in criteria like, doctor’s economy, availability of nurses and house keepers, staff safety measures, availability of PPE kits, availability of doctors, conduction of surgical processes, availability of consumables, disposables and capital equipment like gloves, masks, syringe etc. Conclusion: This study upholds the benefits and drawbacks of health care system in different criteria of its own, regardless of private or government sectors.
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© 2021, Sankapal S.
Received: January 19, 2021; Revision Received: March 21, 2021; Accepted: March 31, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 1, January-March, 2021