Dr Monica B Sood, CEO, Navjivan Health Service and Chairperson, National Unity & Security Council highlights that recognising the imperative of women’s involvement across all strata of the healthcare industry is essential for the provision of equitable and inclusive healthcare, especially for marginalised segments of society
In the perpetually evolving landscape of the Indian healthcare industry, robust leadership emerges as an indispensable force, shaping the benchmarks, accessibility, and enduring viability of medical care. The imperative for effective leadership intensifies with the maturation and expansion of the nation’s healthcare framework.
Global health, a multidisciplinary domain encompassing education, practice, and research, aspires to advance the well-being of every individual and establish health equity on a global scale, particularly for the underserved. Remarkably, the paucity of female leadership in the healthcare sector is a disconcerting observation, given the pivotal role of women’s health in the broader context of global well-being.
Illustratively, findings from the 2023 study by Boardroom Insiders underscore a conspicuous …