MTaI is an association of research-based medical technology companies who have made remarkable investments by setting up large number of R&D centres and manufacturing plants in India. MTaI represents a wide spectrum of the medical device and equipment industry with global experience in innovation and manufacturing.
All the time stressing on the three hallmarks of healthcare – Quality, Consistency and Patient Safety, we want to be a responsible voice of the industry. We are committed to improving access to affordable and quality healthcare for patients… Read More
New Delhi, Nov 20 - Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI) Tuesday asked the government to allow a one-time increase of up to 18 per cent in maximum retail prices (MRPs) of medical devices, including stents and orthopedic knee implants, in order to offset the...read more
By Probir Das Medical Technology, often referred to just as medical devices, is a critical pillar of advanced healthcare delivery throughout the world. In India till recently, medical devices had not gotten appropriate attention from policy designers. Currently...read more
Sanjay Bhutani Director, Medical Technology Association of India The regulatory actions on the medical devices sector in the last two years were based on a belief that medical devices manufacturers were earning undue profits at the expense of patients’ money....read more
For ensuring the takeoff of AB-PMJAY, the MedTech industry has a huge responsibility. Huge financial resources and investments at various levels, with government support is one of the major pre-requisites, and this leap is an essential condition for its success....read more
There has been no advisory from NPPA on reducing high margins on needles and syringes so far. We have studied the stories in media recently and found them ill-informed and wrong at multiple places especially the mention of our member companies Becton Dickinson, and B...read more
Free healthcare doesn’t necessarily mean quality healthcare — and Indians are ruthless with their expectations of quality. Say you are the government. How do you know a mega scheme meant to lift millions from suffering isn’t panning out the way you wanted? When it...read more