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medtech

(MEDical TECHnology) An umbrella term for the medical industry in today's high-tech world. Organizations in the field also use the name; for example, NYC Medtech is a medical forum in New York City (www.nycmedtech.info); MedTech is an association of medical companies in New York State (www.medtech.org), and the Med Tech Clinical Lab is located in New Jersey (www.medtechlab.com). See biotechnology.
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He says K2M remains one of the fastest growth names in med tech and with a "compelling product pipeline.
She worked as a Med Tech and then in Customer Service for several scientific companies.
This investment was made through the Med Tech Alliance, an accelerator appointed by Singapore's SPRING SEEDS Capital to facilitate the growth of start-ups in the local medtech industry as well as to advance the development and commercialisation of Advent's patented av-Guardian technology for vascular access in dialysis patients, including filing for CE mark registration within the next 18 months.
The global health and med tech company now owns all P&G assets associated with the Lindor product portfolio (Lindor, Salvacamas, Lindor Care, Lindor Pants) including Intellectual Property, contracts with employees, and a 25,000-square meter manufacturing facility in Montornes, Spain.
US-based health care cloud computing company Med Tech Solutions has acquired the Minnesota, US-based Health IT business unit of US-based insurance holding company Constellation Inc.
In public statements and corporate filings reviewed by TYT Politics, more than half a dozen major med tech companies - including some global leaders - show (www.
For lots of industries from med tech to creative economies, it's an affordable and up-and-coming place to set up business.
Most of the med tech friends I know are now working in the Middle East, Canada, Singapore, and in the United States.
Med tech forms part of the priority life sciences sector, which employs more than 11,000 people in Wales and contributes an estimated PS2bn to the Welsh economy.
She has over 30 years of experience from senior positions within international sales and marketing, in particular from med tech and diagnostics.
The round was led by Whitecap Venture Partners, a Toronto, Canada-based early stage venture capital fund that invests in high growth companies in Information & Communications Technologies (ICT), Med Tech, and Food Tech.
Joseph Galatowitsch, co-founder of Dymedex Consulting and Managing Director at Navigant, added, "Uncovering critical market insights and facilitating data-driven decisions is vital to the success of life science and med tech companies.