Women’s health has been a concern for long in the poorest parts of England for more than a decade.
The introduction of the new health strategy is aimed to reduce the strategic gap in health care between men and women. While talking about the issue, Maria Caulfield the women’s health minister expressed the shocking experiences she had saying that tackling the deep-seated, systemic issues would not be an easy task and that there is an attempt to ensure women receive the same standards of care as men universally and by default.
The new strategy is to commission new research on women’s health issues, raise the understanding of health conditions specific to women, and tackle the data gap. The strategy stands as an opportunity to reset the dial on health.