The need for investing in a global healthcare infrastructure

A key component of investing in health infrastructure globally is when both governments and the private sector partner to provide a permanent healthcare workforce solution, thus, providing quality healthcare. Providing quick solutions in the healthcare workforce in the coming years is important because people want to become healthy and live a happy, normal life at the end of the day. With the world changing and becoming more technical, the workforce should be trained on new emerging technologies and should be well advanced on future occurrences such as pandemics and diseases. This would typically apply to the new or young workforce who are well exposed to the technical world compared to the old who are on their way to retirement.

Building more hospitals and health care centers to avoid overcrowding of patients in case of an outbreak, as well as having sufficient power, water, and sanitation, for the public acts are some of the fundamental requirements for an efficient healthcare system. This could be learned from what the world experienced during the Ebola and Coronavirus outbreak. There is also a need to create a good relationship between healthcare workers and patients by building a good rapport system. This can be done through efficient communication, expression of empathy, and being an active listener.

You need to keep in mind that your health is your wealth. And there is nothing as important in your life as having good health. When you are healthy, you most certainly can live a long life and spend time with those who care about you. Learning to maintain a healthy lifestyle will also help you have self-esteem and portray a good self-image, which will also inspire your peers. But when you are unwell, your goals and achievements will be cut short, and you will not be able to live a normal and happy life.

many families across the globe have particularly suffered financial distress after a loved one falls ill and needs medical attention, which in most cases is very expensive. Of course, the government can help. But what about if the governments of the world came together and invested in a global healthcare solution? Perhaps, then, the financially unprivileged will have something to cling to.


It is important, to begin with sensitizing the public, especially vulnerable communities, on the importance of good health. Also, in case of a disease breakout, it’s essential for the public to receive comprehensive information about it, be educated, and be empowered to overcome it. By doing so, you will help understand the need of preventing and taking care of themselves. Remember, you all have the right to information, and therefore, correct information networks should be accessible to all to share knowledge amongst yourselves.

Other forms of infrastructure

For a better health infrastructure, there first must be good transport and road infrastructure. There should be enough ambulances and sufficient roads with less traffic that will help transport patients to hospitals. Also, as much as roads are a big factor in a country’s economy, there is a need for them to be accessible. Otherwise, medicines, water, food, and other medical equipment will not be delivered on time.


The cost of healthcare is very important in determining whether the services are readily available or not. It’s not necessarily that an expensive healthcare system is the most efficient in service delivery. The effectiveness lies in the type of infrastructure. It does not have to be expensive if all stakeholders, including the government and those providing the services, explore ways to make healthcare efficient, accessible, and affordable to all, as seen through the universal healthcare coverage plans.