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Health 24-11-2021

Connecting the Dots – a video series presented by MedTech Europe

Medical science has improved rapidly, raising life expectancies around the world. But as longevity increases, so too does the demand on healthcare services with rising costs and an overstretched workforce struggling to meet its patients’ needs.
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Health 22-11-2019

Medical technology’s role in the fight against AMR/HAIs

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Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI) are among the biggest global public health challenges of our time. Medical technologies can address these problems by preventing, detecting, monitoring and managing infections and resistance. Find out more: https://amr.medtecheurope.org/files/MedTech_Europe_AMR_Infographic_2019.pdf
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Health 19-06-2017

MedTech Week: Join us and discover more about medical technology!

MedTech Week starts today with a week-long of activities all around Europe.
Health 03-05-2017

Brexit regulatory uncertainty ‘threatens UK med tech’

Regulatory uncertainty in the wake of Brexit could leave Britain's multi-billion-pound medical technology industry out in the cold, with separate regulatory systems threatening exports and jobs.
Health 06-04-2017

Parliament wants medical devices traced, scrutinised

After almost five years of talks with member states, on Wednesday (5 April), the European Parliament adopted two new regulations imposing stricter rules on medical devices’ safety.
Health 15-03-2017

Commission sees biotech as ‘integral part’ of EU healthcare

Biotechnology-derived medicinal products are fully part of EU healthcare but there are still many unknowns which call for adequate controls, the European Commission told EURACTIV.
Health 21-10-2016

Andriukaitis: Health Technology Assessment will make EU healthcare ‘sustainable’

EXCLUSIVE / National healthcare systems should embrace the digital era and use Health Technology Assessment (HTA) to become truly sustainable and cost-effective, European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Vytenis Andriukaitis told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

Katainen promotes EU’s €315bn investment plan in Germany

During a trip to an EU-funded health tech company in Brandenburg, European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen promoted the EU’s €315billion investment package, which is still under considerable criticism in Germany. EURACTIV.de reports.
Health 14-02-2013

EU and medical devices industry at odds over regulation

Following the implant scandal in which women were given industrial rather than medical-grade silicon, the EU has moved to tighten up regulation on medical devices. But industry says the new proposal “does not contribute to patient safety” and will affect the EU’s speed to market and cripple innovation.
Health 14-02-2011

Former commissioner: Countries have to take ‘ownership’ of e-health

Across Europe, national and local governments are experimenting with e-health initiatives to help relieve demand for healthcare services. But many challenges remain, says David Byrne, who served as the EU's health commissioner from 1999-2004.