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Our World – Our Health – Our Life

Human life and identity are deeply interconnected with healthcare; and at the same time Indianomics and healthcare are closely intertwined. Healthcare is crucial for maintaining and preserving human life. Human life can be vaguely classified both in quantity and quality. In other words, human life is the ability to live to one’s life expectancy fully (avoid premature deaths) and to be able to stay healthily, out of a hospital bed. The concept of identity is complex and multifaceted, encompassing various dimensions that define a human being, if not carefully looked at or ignored with wrongly placed identity, it can jeopardize human life.

The purpose of life is subjective and varies from person to person, but our identity plays a crucial role in fulfilling that purpose. Some people may find purpose in their work, others in their family or community, and some in their spiritual or philosophical beliefs. Ultimately, the purpose of life is to find meaning and fulfillment in our existence and to contribute positively to the world around us.

In terms of quantity, our identity is a finite resource, as we only have one life to live and a limited amount of time to explore and express who we are. However, the quality of our identity can be enriched through our experiences, relationships, and personal growth.

India has a thriving healthcare startup ecosystem, with many entrepreneurs developing innovative solutions to address healthcare challenges. For example, some startups are developing telemedicine platforms that allow patients to consult with doctors remotely, while others are developing mobile apps that provide healthcare information and resources. However, one of the biggest challenges facing Indian healthcare is the lack of will power to think beyond the local into global arena. There are opportunities for Indian healthcare as the costs; availability and accessibility of healthcare services in the rest of the world are limited.

If carefully executed, Indianomics within the healthcare sector has a double-decker advantage in not just keeping its own people healthy but also extending remotely and serving rest of the World. Finally, lessons can be learned from our Presidency shifting gears and changing G20 Nations to look outwards and help Countries outside the G20, a notion that is completely different to the purpose when it was originally formed in the first place.

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