The 8th Global Pharmaceutical Quality Summit 2023 held in Mumbai concluded successfully, with a focus on patient-centric manufacturing and quality practices.
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Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers and Health and Family Welfare, attended the 8th Global Pharmaceutical Quality Summit 2023 in Mumbai, where he highlighted India’s vital role as a global pharmacy during the COVID-19 pandemic. He emphasized the importance of quality, R&D, and innovation in the pharmaceutical sector.
The 2023 Global Pharmaceutical Quality Summit focused on “Patient Centricity: A New Paradigm of Manufacturing and Quality,” exploring innovative approaches to manufacturing and quality control that prioritize patient needs and enhance the overall healthcare experience.
- India’s Role as a Global Pharmacy: Dr. Mandaviya emphasized that India played a crucial role as the “pharmacy for the world” during the COVID-19 pandemic by ensuring a continuous supply of quality medicines and vaccines to various countries. He highlighted India’s ability to develop and deliver vaccines to 150 countries without any complaints regarding their quality.
- Indian Pharmaceutical Industry’s Success: The Health Minister acknowledged the Indian pharmaceutical industry’s achievements in terms of both quality and quantity. He stressed the importance of leveraging India’s brand power and manpower to capitalize on the global demand for medicines and vaccines.
- Opportunities for Manufacturing and Innovation: Dr. Mandaviya urged the industry to seize the opportunity in the global demand for Indian pharmaceutical products, emphasizing the importance of quality, research and development, and innovation to sustain India’s leadership in the sector.