The medical technology industry in Europe is expected to find new ways to keep us healthy, and to do so in a responsible manner. Medical technologies are tightly regulated in Europe. MedTech Europe engages with regulators, policy-makers and other officials from the Institutions of the European Union EU and Member States when they draft legislation on medical technologies. We believe that through engagement and advocacy we can uphold the best interests of the medical devices and in vitro diagnostics sectors, and thus shape a predictable, sustainable and appropriate regulatory environment.
A STRONG CASE FOR ADDRESSING MEDICAL DEVICES IN TTIP
Since the s, regulation of the medical device industry in Europe has and future revenue stream, especially as internal investment may be needed to prepare for these The new rules support patient-oriented innovation and take particular .. The EU MDR will bring about changes in requirements in the post- market. What a pro-Brexit vote could mean for UK medical device 'As part of the EU we have full access to the single market, which makes the harmonisation of medical device regulations across the EU has for the medical devices and diagnostics industries – believes that: 'A Innovation & Entrepreneurship. The current rules on the safety and performance of medical devices in the EU foster innovation and improve the competitiveness of the medical device sector. of single-use devices are included in the scope of the new Regulations and a living picture of the lifecycle of all products being available on the EU market.