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India to Bring Modern Health Technologies from the UK
It has been reported that India and Britain have joined hands for promoting modern health technologies. This will enhance technical cooperation between the two countries on evidence informed healthcare policy and practice.

The MoU was signed by Department of Health Research (DHR) Secretary V M Katoch and UK-based National Institute for Health and Care (NICE) Excellence chief executive Andrew Dillon in London. The MoU followed the signature of an overarching health agreement between UK and India at the World Health Assembly, Geneva, in the last month by the health ministers of the two countries.

The aim is to translate the innovations into products and processes by facilitating synergy with other departments. The MoU creates provisions for exchange of institutional expertise and experience in clinical practice guidelines pathways and quality standards.