Email ID
Password
Sign me in automatically next time
login
Email ID
Password
Sign me in automatically next time
clinica
RECENT TWEETS    
11 February 2016

 
10 February 2016
The Australian government has established a working group to develop a model for reforming pricing structures for medical prostheses. The move is in response to an outcry by private healthcare insurers accusing medtech industry of benefiting from ...
09 February 2016
Large echocardiographic studies of transcatheter aortic valve (TAVR) patients must be conducted to understand the risk of valve hemodynamic deterioration in these patients and identify what, if any, antithrombotic drug regimen could reduce this ...
09 February 2016
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has put into place a national coverage policy for Boston Scientific's Watchman left atrial appendage closure device for stroke. In doing so, the agency removed some previously proposed coverage ...
08 February 2016
The Feb 4 trilogue discussions between the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament and the European Commission had to be rescheduled, Clinica understands, due to one of the key negotiators being unwell. The event has now been ...
 
10 February 2016
US ophthalmology firm Glaukos is expanding its global direct sales presence, eschewing the distributor approach, as it rolls out its new generation micro-stent device for glaucoma patients. The Laguna Hills, California firm has established a direct ...
10 February 2016
The US FDA’s Circulatory System Devices Advisory Panel will discuss the design of clinical trials and post-approval studies for leadless cardiac pacemaker devices at a meeting in Gaithersburg, Maryland on Feb 18. Proponents of leadless cardiac ...
10 February 2016
The Australian government has established a working group to develop a model for reforming pricing structures for medical prostheses. The move is in response to an outcry by private healthcare insurers accusing medtech industry of benefiting from ...
09 February 2016
The World Health Organization is inviting applications from IVD manufacturers to submit candidates intended for diagnosing the Zika virus under its Emergency Use Assessment and Listing (EUAL) procedure, which aims to expedite the availability of ...
 
10 February 2016
US ophthalmology firm Glaukos is expanding its global direct sales presence, eschewing the distributor approach, as it rolls out its new generation micro-stent device for glaucoma patients. The Laguna Hills, California firm has established a direct ...
09 February 2016
Large echocardiographic studies of transcatheter aortic valve (TAVR) patients must be conducted to understand the risk of valve hemodynamic deterioration in these patients and identify what, if any, antithrombotic drug regimen could reduce this ...
08 February 2016
If 2015 was the worst year in the history of Toshiba Corp – with senior heads rolling, share prices tumbling and the first half-year loss for many a year in the wake of an accounting scandal in which the group had artificially inflated its profits ...
05 February 2016
Atlas Genetics is bringing to market the first point-of-care molecular diagnostic test for chlamydia that can deliver results in 30 minutes. The rapid turnaround time will hopefully reduce the number of patients who do not go back to retrieve their ...
 
10 February 2016
The UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency is postponing its April target date for introducing a new fee-based system for regulating medical devices. The delay is because the MHRA has still not launched its widely anticipated ...
10 February 2016
The US FDA’s Circulatory System Devices Advisory Panel will discuss the design of clinical trials and post-approval studies for leadless cardiac pacemaker devices at a meeting in Gaithersburg, Maryland on Feb 18. Proponents of leadless cardiac ...
10 February 2016
The Australian government has established a working group to develop a model for reforming pricing structures for medical prostheses. The move is in response to an outcry by private healthcare insurers accusing medtech industry of benefiting from ...
09 February 2016
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has put into place a national coverage policy for Boston Scientific's Watchman left atrial appendage closure device for stroke. In doing so, the agency removed some previously proposed coverage ...
 
Fonar founder hands reins over to son Fonar, the company said to have introduced the world’s first commercial magnetic resonance imaging scanner in 1980, will see Timothy Damadian take ...
Bonesupport taps pharma veteran for CEO Bonesupport, a Swedish specialist in injectable bone substitutes and drug-eluting bone scaffolds, has appointed Richard Davies as CEO. Davies’ ...
Kuros Reshuffles Execs Post-Cytos Merger Tissue repair and regeneration specialist Kuros Biosciences has reshuffled its senior management team following the merger with Cytos Biotechnology, ...
05 February 2016
Ashley Yeo

For NHS -watchers raised on a regular diet of high ideals, good intentions and worthy reports on how the national provider can improve cost efficiencies while simultaneously upholding quality standards and accommodating the innovative technologies ...

13 November 2015
Amanda Maxwell

As a ploy designed to tilt the balance of power to manufacturers based in the EU and discourage from entering this market, the Council of the EU’s proposal to make authorized representatives liable for defective devices manufactured by non-EU ...

 
05 February 2016
For NHS -watchers raised on a regular diet of high ideals, good intentions and worthy reports on how the national provider can improve cost efficiencies while simultaneously upholding quality standards and accommodating the innovative technologies ...
 GERMANY UP CLOSE: A Balancing Act But Medtech Is Upbeat Goin...   Shareholders Compel HeartWare To Drop Valtech Deal, Stay Foc...
14 January 2016
North American and European jurisdictions approach the regulation and protection of drugs and devices with varying outlooks and regimes. Common to all of these jurisdictions, however, is the greater availability of protection for products that are ...
25 November 2015
Medtech start-ups continue to bring fresh ideas and new approaches to a market that is continually looking for better and cheaper treatment options. The medical device industry’s major trade association, Advamed, featured dozens of start-ups at its ...
22 October 2014
Amanda Maxwell

The future regulation of high-risk devices is one of the trickiest subjects in the proposed EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) on which to reach final agreement, with the different parties involved seemingly at loggerheads. Delegates at the European ...

 
New clinical evaluation and vigilance transparency initiatives ahead of EU Regulations: helpful or scary?
22 September 2015
Get the Flash Player to see this player.
 

23 June 2015
Tina Tan

Innovation is critical for medtech companies to stay ahead of the game and ensure continuous growth. But sometimes, this innovation does not necessarily have to come in the form of new technologies. Neil Mesher, managing director of Philips ...

 
29 January 2016

Isansys Lifecare Ltd Specialty area(s): Continuous wireless patient monitoring; physiological data analytics Based in: Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK Founded in: 2010 No. of employees: 16 UK, 2 India Total investment received to date: ...

 
 
EVENTS
03 March 2016
Sofitel, Heathrow Airport, London, UK
 
© 2016 Informa plc. All rights reserved.
This site is owned and operated by Informa plc ("Informa") whose registered office is Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London, W1T 3JH. Registered in England and Wales. Number 3099067. UK VAT Group: GB 365 4626 36