“As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry so eloquently stated on Monday at the summit, ‘we cannot forget that corruption corrodes our markets by raising the cost of doing business, it brews uncertainty, it creates inefficiency, it undermines good governance, and it frightens away capital. Put simply, it slows down growth.’”
Governor Mike Pence joined leaders from Indiana’s medical technology companies today to address how companies within the sector can drive the state’s economic competitiveness and future growth.
Otomagnetics was chosen to receive the first-ever Virginia Shimer Rybski Memorial Award since “the company focused on a specific clinical issue with a significant unmet need,” said award judge Dr. Jeffrey Hausfeld.
The Lifetime Achievement Award highlights the contributions and accomplishments of a senior executive who has made significant advancements for the medical technology industry...
AdvaMed 2013: The MedTech Conference will conclude on Wednesday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center with leaders from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) taking center stage.
The second day of AdvaMed 2013 will feature plenary sessions honoring two of the industry’s congressional champions and exploring the impact of new Medicare payment initiatives on patient access to medical innovations.
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) today released a new study on pricing trends for implantable medical devices that shows average prices have declined significantly for major categories of implantable medical devices from 2007 through 2011.
This year’s conference explores the theme, Bringing the Value of Innovation to Patient Care, Health Care Systems and Economies Worldwide.
While we are still reviewing all the details of the final rule, AdvaMed commends FDA for addressing many of the concerns industry raised in the proposed rule.
Fourteen veterans to participate in year-long initiative that provides training and mentorship to help transition to jobs in the medical technology industry.