NITI Aayog Member Dr VK Paul to inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018

NITI Aayog Member Dr VK Paul to inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018

This is the first seminar where representatives spanning the entire medical technology sector will be present to talk about Ayushman Bharat NITI Aayog Member Dr Vinod K Paul will inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018 in New Delhi on 20thSeptember as industry leaders come...

Dr. VK Paul to inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018

NITI Aayog Member Dr. Vinod K. Paul will inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018 in New Delhi on September 20, as industry leaders come together to envision the role of the MedTech industry in the implementation of Ayushman Bharat, formally known as Pradhan Mantri Jan...

NITI Aayog Member Dr. V K Paul to Inaugurate MTaI MedTekon 2018

NITI Aayog Member Dr. V K Paul to Inaugurate MedTekon 2018 (Disclaimer: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with NewsVoir. takes no editorial responsibility for the same). Officials from Govt., Hospitals, Insurers, Patients, MedTech Industry...
MTaI to organise MTaI MedTekon 2018 in September

MTaI to organise MTaI MedTekon 2018 in September

Healthcare experts will discuss ways to contribute to PRAJAA while sustaining growth momentum Medical Technology Association of India (MTaI), which represents leading research-based medical technology companies with significant investments in India, is organising...
MTaI to organise ‘MTaI MedTekon 2018’ on September 20th

MTaI to organise ‘MTaI MedTekon 2018’ on September 20th

The scheme is scheduled for a formal launch on September 25. New Delhi [India]: Medical Technology Association of India(MTaI), which represents leading research-based medical technology companies with significant investments in India, is organising...
Global medical device makers unhappy over stent price cap

Global medical device makers unhappy over stent price cap

The Medical Technology Association of India (MTAI), a representative body of the domestic arms of global medical device makers, has expressed concern over the government move to cap the prices of cardiac stents. “The government must not undercut the market...
10% price hike cap on most medical devices

10% price hike cap on most medical devices

NEW DELHI: The prices of all medical devices except for stents, condoms and intrauterine devices can only be raised by up to 10% in a year, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) said in a new office order on Friday. The drug price regulator also...
Cut in stent prices to hit biz environment, says association

Cut in stent prices to hit biz environment, says association

Reduction in stent prices may unfavourably skew the market for the patient and will adversely affect the business environment, sectoral body MTaI has said. “The control of stent prices in the manner it has been done, with a shocking reduction of prices may...
Makers, hospitals conspire to fleece stent recipients

Makers, hospitals conspire to fleece stent recipients

Apprehensions of the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) about the creation of an artificial shortage in stents appear to have come true. Major stent companies have been withdrawing the more expensive brands from hospitals claiming that they are doing it...
Medical devices regulation 2.0 draws industry’s ire

Medical devices regulation 2.0 draws industry’s ire

The second draft of the medical devices regulations, which were notified by the Union health ministry on Wednesday, four months after the first draft was issued, have once again drawn industry flak. The fresh rules, while dividing the medical devices into four groups...
Centre notifies new rules on medical device

Centre notifies new rules on medical device

The Union government has notified a set of new rules to regulate the medical device sector – worth thousands of crores and growing. For the first time, the rules will make a distinction between medical devices and drugs and pharmaceuticals, creating separate standards...
Latest draft of medical devices rules disappointing, says industry

Latest draft of medical devices rules disappointing, says industry

The health ministry’s medical devices rules still deviate from globally accepted practices, insisting on conditions like different labelling requirements and shorter expiry dates for the products, argue global medical device makers upset with the third draft of...
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