New Delhi: Medical publishing company Thieme India recently signed a partnership agreement with UK’s EIDO Healthcare to enable a comprehensive medico-legal compliant content and digital consent solutions that support informed shared decision-making.
The signing of the partnership agreement was carried out in the presence of officials from the Department for International Trade, James Bowler, Permanent Secretary and Anna Shotbolt, Deputy Trade Commissioner.
The Department of International Trade took to Twitter to congratulate by stating “Congratulations to EIDOh ealthcare and ThiemeIndia on their partnership to introduce an innovative digital solution, bridging the existing gap in patient consent & awareness. Partnerships like these will further strengthen healthcare trade & investment opportunities in the UK.”
Ranil Jayawardena, International Trade Minister said, “Britain and India are healthcare and technology powerhouses. Partnerships like EIDO Healthcare and Thieme India show how collaboration between our two nations can improve the delivery of vital health services in India.”
“We are seeking to double Anglo-Indian trade over the next decade and a free trade deal will be a significant step towards achieving that, tackling trade barriers and helping businesses in both countries to seize new opportunities,” he further added.
“We are indeed delighted to have forged this valuable partnership with EIDO Healthcare. This also demonstrates the power of collaboration and synergy that exists between UK and India in terms of technology sharing and capacity building, apart from regular trade and investment exchanges,” said Ajit Kohli, Managing Director & CEO, Thieme India.