Top industry bodies launch India Health Dialogue platform, gets support from MSME ministry

The top global health industry experts and industry leaders who had gathered on the occasion were bullish about future-ready technologies and innovations

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The Union Minister for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, Narayan Rane launches the India Health Dialogue, in New Delhi on May 3, 2023.
New Delhi: Union Minister for MSME, Narayan Rane launched the India Health Dialogue (IHD) platform in New Delhi. IHD is a global initiative of India Chamber of Business and Commerce in partnership with Indian Council of Medical research (ICMR), Indian Medical Association (IMA) and supported by Ministry of MSME, GOI to build robust ecosystem to revolutionize health and healthcare sector for the future.
Addressing the gathering, Rane said “Under the inspirational and visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make India the global Manufacturing Hub and AtamnNirbhar in all aspects, Ministry of MSME is working to execute his vision for India to build resilient global supply chains for the future. Our ministry has identified health as a target sector for import substitution and is partnering with IHD for structured interventions to promote advance manufacturing capabilities among MSME’s for achieving  AtamNirbhar Bharat and export promotion in Health domain.”
The top global health industry experts and industry leaders who had gathered on the occasion were bullish about future-ready technologies and innovations transforming every aspect of health in India as the country strives for self-reliance (Atmanirbhar Bharat). They were of the view that cutting-edge technologies are going to dominate the future of India and Ministry of MSME’s role in building advance manufacturing ecosystem is critical in making India both  AtamNirbhar Bharat and making India manufacturing Hub in Health and Healthcare.
President and CEO of India Chamber, Nitin Pangotra said that IHD has been specifically designed as an integrated platform which will be in forefront for driving change and building a profound ecosystem to promote AtamNirbhar Bharat in Healthcare sector. He said this platform also serves a great opportunity for state governments to showcase business and investment opportunities in their respective states.
Dr Rajiv Secretary, Health Research and Dr Rajiv Bahl, DG, Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) expressed their gratitude for launching India Health Dialogue (IHD) on the ICMR campus.