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Volume 2023, Issue 1
  • EISSN: 2220-2749

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented significant challenges to healthcare systems worldwide, necessitating a proactive and strategic approach to navigate the post-COVID healthcare landscape. This editorial delves into the multifaceted challenges that healthcare systems face in the aftermath of the pandemic and emphasizes the importance of equitable, sustainable, and ethical policy making. The editorial highlights the persisting mental health burdens, the long-term effects of COVID-19, the threat of antimicrobial resistance, strained healthcare infrastructure, health disparities, climate change impacts, inflation’s influence on healthcare, the integration of artificial intelligence, and the specific challenges related to aging populations. To address these challenges effectively, policymakers must focus on developing policies that ensure equitable access to healthcare services, facilitate sustainable healthcare practices, and uphold ethical standards. Collaborative efforts among policymakers, healthcare providers, researchers, and communities are essential for successfully navigating these post-COVID healthcare challenges. By adopting a comprehensive and proactive approach, healthcare systems can work towards achieving a resilient, inclusive, and ethically-driven healthcare landscape.

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2023-07-03
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