Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Sustainable Development
Sustainable development in healthcare refers to the integration of environmental, social, and economic considerations into the planning, design, and delivery of healthcare services. The goal of sustainable development in healthcare is to create a healthcare system that is economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable, while also ensuring that the health needs of the population are met. This can involve a variety of initiatives, including reducing waste, conserving energy and resources, improving the sustainability of the built environment, and promoting health and wellness. To support sustainable development in healthcare, it is important to consider the full life cycle of healthcare services, from the sourcing of materials and production of medical products, to the delivery of care and disposal of waste. By prioritizing sustainability in healthcare, it is possible to improve health outcomes, reduce costs, and minimize the impact of healthcare on the environment.
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