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Annual Report BVMed demands faster patient access to medtech innovations

Redakteur: Kathrin Schäfer

In its just-released 2011-2012 annual report, the German medical technology association BVMed demands better co-ordination and promotion of advances being made in medical technology. The free 24-page report can be requested or else downloaded from the association’s website.

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In his preface to the latest BVMed annual report, BVMed CEO Dr. Meinrad Lugan recalls that it is important to give patients fast and uncomplicated access to product innovations in medical technology.
In his preface to the latest BVMed annual report, BVMed CEO Dr. Meinrad Lugan recalls that it is important to give patients fast and uncomplicated access to product innovations in medical technology.
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“Cross-ministerial and co-ordinated collaboration between ministries must be advanced further,” states BVMed CEO Dr. Meinrad Lugan in his preface to the annual report. “In close collaboration with companies and doctors, we will then have the opportunity to identify obstacles and eliminate them for the benefit of patients.” The joint aim, Lugan says, is to continue to offer fast and flexible patient access to medical technology innovations.

The 2011-2012 BVMed annual report contains a market overview of the medtech industry and comprehensive information about developments and trends in medical technology. In addition, it presents innovations and ongoing activities of BVMed departments dedicated to the healthcare system, health insurance, home care, medical device law, consumer protection and communications.

For further information:

BVMed Bundesverband Medizintechnologie e.V.

Berlin, Germany

www.bvmed.de

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