The new Medical Devices Regulations (MDR) – what you need to know!
The new Medical Devices Regulations (MDR) and the Active Implantable Medical Devices Directive (AIMDD) were published in May 2017. Its transitional period will end on 26 May 2020. From that date the MDR will apply fully.
Efficiency increase of the strategic distribution of medical devices in Europe for SMEs
Juli 2019 – Many medical device companies aim to sell their products on European markets. Their own budget bottlenecks allow only limited market opportunities. What are the reasons and what considerations should SMEs make to increase the efficiency of the strategic distribution of their medical devices?
16.06.2019 – TUV Sued Product Service has been recognised by the “Central Office of the Countries for Health Protection with regard to Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices” (ZLG) as the second Notified Body for the new Medical Devices Regulations (MDR) after the British-Dutch BSI.
Dubai hub for medical tourism and innovative health start-ups
16.06.2019 – DUBAI. The ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, who is also Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has the vision to develop Dubai into a global hub for medical tourism. Therefore, medical tourists from all over the world should not only be treated by internationally recognized specialists, but Dubai should also become of great importance for innovative health start-ups with a focus on smart-health.
27.02.2019 – It was a great pleasure to be invited by Fiona Evans (3rd fom left), US Consul General, and Ken Walsh (2nd from right), US Commercial Consul for few homemade chilis to a casual lunch at Ken’s residence.
Israel – excellent market opportunities for foreign Medical Device companies
21.11.2018 – The Israeli market is one of the largest consumers of medical technology in the Middle East. In addition, Israel gives an excellent market opportunity for foreign Medical Device companies.
Only 38.4% of the demand for medical products is produced in the domestic market; 61.6% of the demand is covered by imported goods. The main customers for medical facilities and large-scale equipment are hospitals, predominantly the 339 hospitals, of which the 44 general hospitals are mostly run by the state or charitable organisations. Weiterlesen →