The India-Sweden Memorandum of Understanding on Health begins its second decade of cooperation this year. As part of this broad collaboration, the India-Sweden Healthcare Innovation Centre is created in collaboration with AIIMS Delhi and AIIMS Jodhpur to drive healthcare innovation between the countries.
The innovation centre is envisioned to solve challenges and enable innovation in protocol and processes, business models, technologies and skilling. With the recent situation the world is facing in the healthcare delivery, the innovation centre has gained further importance to address the current and future healthcare challenges.
Swecare, the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, the Swedish Embassy in Delhi, Business Sweden in India, and SIBC invite you to join this webinar to learn more about the Indian healthcare sector and how you can boost innovation through collaborating with Indian stakeholders.
Opening Remarks • Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (name TBD)
Changing healthcare landscape in India • Business Sweden
India-Sweden Healthcare innovation centre – Overview • Business Sweden
Panel on Drive growth through Innovation in India
Moderator – Maria Helling, CEO Swecare
Panelists – Robin Sukhia, Secretary General / President of Sweden-India Business Council; AstraZeneca (name TBD), Anders Wickberg, Trade Commissioner of Sweden to India and Swedish healthcare startup in India (name TBD)