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. When medical technologies access to markets, it means patients and healthcare professionals can use them, reimbursement is guaranteed, funding is available, and manufacturers are appropriately rewarded for their technology and innovation.
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