NHS and UK-based healthcare firms to collaborate with Indian cos to drive healthcare transformation in India

first_imgNational Health Service (NHS), UK, the world’s largest integrated health system and UK-based healthcare companies are looking to collaborate with Indian healthcare companies and state governments in transforming healthcare scenario in India.The UK invested around US$ 24.7 billion and generated 800,000 jobs in the country between 2000 and 2016. India-UK trade has increased 14 per cent in 2017.To further strengthen its commitment to India, the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) held the inaugural India-UK Createch Summit in Mumbai recently which was attended by a delegation comprising representatives from 13 UK-based healthcare companies including Aetna, Ada Health, Advanced, BDP, Global Gene Corp, JRI Orthopaedics, Proximie, OxSight, Vernacare, leading NHS hospital and healthcare trusts – Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, among others. The delegation held a meeting with several Indian healthcare firms and hospitals to discuss innovation in healthcare and collaborations between India and Britain in the healthcare sector.Read it at PharmaBiz Related Itemslast_img read more