4 Jun 2015
Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between NATHEALTH India and the Dutch Task Force Health Care in the presence of Dutch PM Mr Mark Rutte (middle). Royal HaskoningDHV’s Sander Vorselman is second from right. © MinBuZa
Royal HaskoningDHV's Health Care Business Development Director Mr Sander Vorselman will be joining the Dutch Prime Minister Mr Rutte and Ministers Ms Ploumen (Foreign Trade & Development Cooperation) and Ms Dijksma (Economic Affairs) as part of a trade delegation to India from 5 to 6 June 2015.
Royal HaskoningDHV has been active in India since the 1950s and will be joining the trade mission to develop and strengthen its business in health care which combines global expertise with local market knowledge.
Mr Sander Vorselman, Business Development Director Health Care at Royal HaskoningDHV: "The Indian health care industry is growing fast and we are keen to present our proven and responsive solutions to co-develop future-proof, top quality and sustainable hospitals and medical facilities in India. Our company’s solutions take into account growth and shrinkage potential as well as changes in care and cure concepts."
Signing Dutch-India MoU on cooperation in the field of life sciences and healthIn the presence of the Dutch Prime Minister on 5 June 6-7PM at Hotel Taj Palace in Delhi a Memorandum of Understanding will be signed by Mr Len de Jong and Mr Sander Vorselman, President respectively Vice-President of the Dutch Task Force Health Care India Working Group, with Mr Anjan Bose, Secretary General of the Healthcare Federation of India (NATHEALTH) and Mr Rahul Khosla, Managing Director, Max India, Chairman, Max Healthcare & Senior Vice President, NATHEALTH on cooperation in the field of life sciences and health.
The Dutch Task Force Health Care India Working Group includes 6 companies and universities, equipped with knowledge, expertise and extensive experience in health care development, knowledge transfer, medical systems, design and master planning: Royal Haskoning DHV, Enraf-Nonius, Metaflex Doors, Maastricht University, IKS International and Philips Healthcare.
NATHEALTH comprises of members from large corporate and trust hospitals, nursing homes, small to mid-size hospitals, pathological labs, imaging companies, medical technology and devices, healthcare consultancy firms, health insurance companies and educational institutions.
The objective of this Memorandum of Understanding is to promote cooperation and exchange of information, knowledge and expertise in the areas of hospital building and infrastructure, healthy aging, health systems, medical equipment and technology, education, and the sharing of best practices and alignment with National Health Policies.
Mr Vorselman: "The Dutch health care system again was ranked best in the independent Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI) 2014 edition and we are very enthusiastic about sharing Dutch and India experiences and best practices."