| |JULY 20239DR REDDY'S ENTERS THE INDIAN TRADE GENERICS MARKETEGOV FOUNDATION & ASSAM GOVERNMENT COLLABORATES TO IMPROVE CRITICAL CARE IN THE STATEGlobal pharmaceutical company Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. today announced its entry into the trade generics business in India with the launch of its new dedicated division, "RGenX." Through this, the pharmaceutical company aims to give patients access to a broader range of products and a greater level of affordability. La nouvelle entreprise a l'intention de poursuivre le but de l'entreprise de rejoindre plus de 1,5 billion patients d'ici 2030.In India, Dr. Reddy's plans to introduce its commercial generics in all major cities and towns, including the countryside. To guarantee the availability of its products, the business will closely collaborate with its channel partners.M.V. Ramana, Chief Executive Officer, India and Emerging Markets, said, "India is a key focus market for us. Today's announcement is a continuation of our effort to build a well-rounded business in India. We continue to strengthen our branded generics business in India by growing brands, new product launches, productivity enhancement through digital and analytics, and select strategic acquisitions.We are exploring strategic collaborations in India and investing in innovative healthcare spaces that we see as future growth drivers. This foray into trade generics will add to our reach and depth by making high-quality medicines of Dr Reddy's accessible to more patients around the country, in keeping with our purpose of `Good Health Can't Wait'." PODriving change from the ground up, the eGov Foundation today announced the launch of 23 transformative 10BedICU Projects in Assam in the presence of The Hon'ble Chief Minister of Assam, Shri Himanta Biswa Sarma, and the Hon'ble Health Minister, Shri Keshab Mahanta. The grand inauguration took place at the GMCH Auditorium, Guwahati on 26th June 2023.Under this pioneering initiative, 10BedICU wards were created in government hospitals of 23 districts across Assam, resulting in a total of 365 ICU beds across the state. In addition, three TeleICU Hubs will be established at prestigious medical institutions, including Guwahati Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Silchar Medical College and Hospital (SMCH), and Assam Medical College and Hospital, Dibrugarh (AMCH).The 10BedICU Project is a remarkable public-private partnership (PPP) between the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Assam, eGovernments Foundation, and Karuna Trust. Its primary objective is to ensure critical care services are accessible to every district, even the most remote regions of the country. PO
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