It would not be wrong to address Indian medical doctors at the very first place compared to all. The global medical sector has witnessed a growing rate of Indian medical doctors practicing their skills to upgrade the success rate of this very industry. No matter whether we talk about the physicians or pharmacists, surgeons or even the practitioners, India has served its most talented people to the world so that all can lead a healthy and hearty life. Besides, all this recognitions and wows from the people where do these doctors from India lack in? Well, despite of being capable to offer the best service there is no specific documentation made to give them recognition. This is where other medical doctors rule over the charts.
Indian medical doctors are spread all across the world including India. In fact, India itself is a great place to get treated. With advanced technologies, superb hospitality, grand hospitals, quality service, India is no far from being the hot spot of the medical industry. Above all, you can get these at very affordable price. For this very reason, more and more patients come to India for getting treated for their ailments. From the most advanced treatments like plastic surgery to the general yet effective ones such as Ayurveda or natural therapies, India is well known for its medical services throughout the globe. Regardless of being well-versed with scientific as well as natural treatments, India doctors do not get their worth.
If we take an in depth look at this matter, the problem might lie on the following areas:
Research- You must have heard that practice makes a man perfect. No doubt that Indian doctors stands high with flying numbers however, they mostly believe in following the trend and not inventing it. One of the essential factors to make yourself and your work visible is to practice your skills by treating others as well as implementing that knowledge to invent something new. This urge of research seems to be missing in India. This is why even if Mumbai has more MRI machines than UK; the papers always highlight the research work of UK MRI machines rather than noticing the hard work of doctors from India (Mumbai).
Infrastructure- The medical sector though is improving in India still, not many hospitals have the right kind of infrastructure they should have to treat a person. One of the reasons might be the unequal distribution of funds among the hospitals. Clearly, one hospital cannot fulfill the need of such a vastly distributed population in India and beyond it thus, the concerned authorities or Government should take measures to financially support more and more hospitals and doctors to do the needful in terms of bringing the right kind of equipments and necessary medicines and tools to treat patients well.
Impulsive approach- Many new practitioners or small clinic doctors might not have the right kind of knowledge about certain ailments or related medicines. If the recognized doctors take out some time and put in their knowledge on papers or journals then the knowledge would certainly help others. However, due to lack of time or impulsive approach rather these constructive things are yet to be done in India.
Commercialism- Finally, Indian doctors need to know how to commercialize their skills.