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Mansukh Mandaviya Invites Medical Device Companies to Collaborate in India’s Healthcare Manufacturing Sector.

  1. Minister Mandaviya held a fruitful discussion with medical device companies during a dinner event in Japan.
  2. He extended an invitation to these companies to collaborate with India’s “Make in India,” “Innovate in India,” and “Discover in India” initiatives.

On the 16th of May Mansukh Mandaviya, the Minister of Health and Family Welfare, recently engaged in a comprehensive discussion with medical device companies during a dinner event in Japan. The minister extended an invitation to these companies to participate in India’s transformative initiatives: “Make in India,” “Innovate in India,” and “Discover in India.”

The meeting served as a platform to highlight India’s commitment to becoming a global manufacturing hub for affordable medical devices and pharmaceutical products. Mandaviya emphasized the government’s strong determination to develop and strengthen the country’s healthcare infrastructure, aiming to ensure accessibility and affordability for its citizens.

During the interactive session, the minister presented an overview of the “Make in India” initiative, which aims to encourage domestic and international companies to establish manufacturing units within the country. By localizing production, India aims to reduce dependence on imports and achieve self-reliance in the healthcare sector.

Mandaviya highlighted the “Innovate in India” campaign, which seeks to promote research and development activities in the medical device industry. The government is actively supporting innovation through various initiatives, including financial assistance, infrastructure development, and regulatory reforms. By fostering a conducive environment for innovation, India aims to develop cutting-edge medical technologies and enhance its global competitiveness.

The minister also stressed the significance of the “Discover in India” initiative, which aims to position India as a preferred destination for clinical trials and research studies. With a vast and diverse patient population, the country offers immense potential for conducting clinical research and exploring new medical solutions. Mandaviya urged medical device companies to leverage this opportunity and collaborate with Indian institutions to drive medical breakthroughs.

The discussion at the dinner event allowed representatives from medical device companies to share their insights and ideas on collaborating with India. They discussed potential areas of partnership, technological advancements, regulatory frameworks, and market opportunities. The minister welcomed their suggestions and assured them of the government’s unwavering support.

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