Healthcare UK overview and annual review: 2014/15

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Healthcare UK
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1 July 2015
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Social welfare
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Healthcare UK is a joint initiative of the Department of Health, UK Trade and Investment, and NHS England. It helps UK healthcare providers to do more business overseas. It does this by promoting the UK healthcare sector to overseas markets and supporting healthcare partnerships between the UK and overseas healthcare providers.

This document sets out Healthcare UK’s activities and performance for the period 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015. It covers:

  • Healthcare UK’s purpose and objectives.
  • Performance against each objective.
  • A review of the priority markets, including China, Brazil, Middle East, and North Africa, Turkey, India.
  • Examples of UK success in Healthcare UK’s 5 main areas of focus.

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