TERN Group joins BAPIO panel to spearhead the discussion to deliver on the 2030 Healthcare Roadmap for India-UK relations

BAPIO, in collaboration with TERN Group, Apollo Health Sciences UK and Charkos is spearheading the discussion to meet the objectives outlined in the 2030 Roadmap for India-UK future relations. This meeting of minds will act as a bridge between Indian professionals and European institutions.

The partnership aims to promote healthcare excellence, encourage collaborations, and implement initiatives across both nations. The alliance will focus on education, research, medical tourism, innovative care models, patient safety, and climate-friendly health systems.

Distinguished attendees from the UK, including very senior delegates from NHS England, Richard Mitchell: CEO, Leicester Medical Group, Prof Parag Singhal: CEO, BAPIO Training Academy (BTA), Ramesh Mehta OBE: President BAPIO, Krishna Ramkumar, Co-founder, TERN Group, Ajay Kumar Raina: COO, National Skill Development Corporation, Dr Sandeep Singh Kaura: Advisor, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and NSDC International, Ayush Nigam, Dr. Anjali Nigam, alongside esteemed partner organisations like University of South Wales, Apollo Hospitals, Clearmedi Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Dutta Meghe University and Sri Aurobindo University enhance the collaborative potential of this initiative.

Supported by the High Commission of India and British High Commission (DBT), this alliance marks a significant stride in shaping the future of global healthcare, and realising the goals of the 2030 Roadmap for Future Relations.

“As part of our ambition to improve the healthcare outcomes in both India and the UK, we are embarking on a groundbreaking collaboration with TERN Group, Apollo Health Sciences UK, and Charkos, charting an innovative path to meet the objectives outlined in the 2030 Roadmap for India-UK future relations,” explains Prof Parag Singhal, Consultant Endocrinology and Chief Executive of BAPIO Training Academy.

“This alliance focuses on doctor exchanges, research collaborations, enhancing India’s healthcare capacity, and addressing climate change impacts. Our efforts aim to bolster the NHS with skilled doctors, nurturing innovation through joint research, and building a sustainable healthcare future. With a senior NHS delegation joining Indian healthcare leaders at the New Delhi roundtable, our collaboration is set to drive healthcare excellence and sustainability, reflecting the synergy of Indian talent and UK innovation for global health improvement.”

This 2030 vision for India-UK relations emphasises an important partnership aimed at mutual benefits and global well-being. On migration and mobility, the plan includes implementing a comprehensive Migration and Mobility Partnership to facilitate the movement of students and professionals while addressing irregular migration in light of the UK’s new skills-based immigration policy.

It also proposes a joint dialogue for a potential Social Security Agreement, diplomatic visa waiver arrangements to ease official exchanges, and enhanced cooperation under existing extradition and legal assistance treaties.

In the realm of health, the partnership seeks to leverage joint research and innovation to tackle major global health challenges, enhance health security, and build pandemic resilience. This includes an expanded India-UK Health Partnership, regular strategic dialogues, and an action plan on health and life sciences to increase collaboration in clinical education, health worker mobility, and digital health, alongside facilitating the exchange of healthcare professionals and increasing access for Indian generic medicines to the UK market.

With the roundtable bringing together the participation of high-level delegates and support from significant institutions, TERN Group continues to play a pivotal role in nurturing cross-border collaborations and contributing to the growth of the healthcare sector.


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