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NHS Digital’s chief executive Sarah Wilkinson has been named in the top 100 most influential women in UK India relations.
The top 100 list has been compiled by India Inc as part of UK-India Week, which runs from June 24 – 28.
UK-India Week celebrates “the winning partnership between the UK and India” by focusing on “the pioneers, thought leaders and influencers who are driving global change”.
An India Inc spokesperson said: “Sarah Wilkinson is at the forefront of addressing obstacles in the path of the NHS’ procurement from Indian collaborators and has led trade missions to India to scope out commercial opportunities to work closely with the Indian healthcare industry.”