After successfully conducting the 1st International Workshop on “Patient Safety and Drug Detection Technology” in New Delhi, India on 10th & 11th September 2012 and the keen desire to promote safety and quality of medicines in the supply chain by all the participants, Partnership for Safe Medicines (PSM) India Initiative along with AIWC and IPF has decided to organise the 2nd International Conference on “Patient Safety & Access to Quality Healthcare” in Haridwar, India from 6-8 November 2014. The organizers have selected Haridwar because of only one reason; visit beautiful HARIDWAR (India) located on the banks of River Ganges in the State of Uttrakhand to exchange knowledge and technology on how to enable quality Healthcare products and services made available in India and Globally with the concept of “MAKE IN INDIA”, which is not only comparable to the best but made accessible in abundance in remote locations of India and abroad without any discrimination. Come and Join the Patient Safety Movement.
The last healthcare policy in India dates back to 2002. India now needs a comprehensive healthcare policy to address the complex healthcare challenges, keeping in view the developments in the healthcare sector and the changing demographics. India needs a holistic care system that is universally accessible, affordable and effective and drastically reduces the out of pocket spending (OPP) on healthcare without compromising on Patient Safety and Quality of medicines.