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The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) is the national association representing companies in the medical technology industry. MTAA aims to ensure the benefits of modern, innovative and reliable medical technology are delivered effectively to provide better health outcomes to the Australian community. 

 

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MedTech offers New Investment and Job Opportunities - 21 July 2016

The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) welcomes the consultation announced today by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel on the future research infrastructure priorities.  But Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released today show the estimated number of innovation businesses has increased by six thousand between 2012-13 and 2014-15. Read more


Parliament needs to take a defibrillator to healthcare reform - 13 July 2016
MTAA welcomes the re-election of the Turnbull Coalition Government having secured enough seats to form a majority Government.  But the big take out from the election is healthcare matters to the Australian people and Labor’s ‘Save Medicare’ campaign accurate or not has fundamentally reshaped the debate in the short-term but is likely to make it difficult for consensus to prevail. Read more

MTAA welcomes commitment to improved rural and remote healthcare technologies - 14 June 2016
MTAA welcomes the announcement from a re-elected Turnbull Coalition Government to ensure private health funds provide rural and remote communities access to innovative and emerging technologies such as tele-health and remote monitoring. Plans to make private health funds more transparent, simpler and easier for people to understand is long overdue. Read more

 

Kerrin Rennie Award for Excellence in Medical Technology - 1 June 2016
MTAA invites the Australian Medical Technology industry to participate in the 2016 Kerrin Rennie Award for Excellence in Medical Technology – Improving Quality of Life. Read more

Outstanding Achievement Award 2016 - 1 June 2016
This award recognises an individual who has contributed in an exceptional way to the development of the Medical Technology industry in Australia.  Nominations are accepted regardless of membership of the Association. Read more

 

Media Release: Report $1.5 billion in lost revenue if current skills gap left to widen - 27 May 2016
A skills gap in Australia’s medical technology sector could hamper the industry’s growth if left unaddressed – but also offers opportunities for people looking to join one of Australia’s most innovative industries, according to a new report.

MTAA Annual Conference 2016 The Blueprint for a stronger MedTech industry - 23 May 2016
With less than 130 days to go until the industry event of the year, the MTAA team have been busily making final touches to the program. We are excited to announce the following keynote speakers: Bill Ferris AC, Dr Les Levin and Michael McQueen who will be presenting their views on innovation and how to be part of the healthcare solution now and in the future. View website

 
Patients Win from Tonight’s Budget - 3 May 2016

MTAA CEO Susi Tegen has welcomed tonight’s budget that there will be no changes to the Prostheses List as a “win for patients”.
“The Medical Technology Association of Australia congratulates the Government and the Minister for Health in the budget announcement made tonight to commit to ongoing reform via an expanded Prostheses List Advisory Committee (PLAC) supported by extra resourcing.


 

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Value of Technology Program

The Value of Technology (VOT) Program contributes to an improved understanding of the impact of advances in medical technology on healthcare expenditure in Australia, and the associated costs and benefits for the healthcare system and community. Find out more



 

Fact Book

The Australian medical technology industry had turnover of approximately $11.8 billion in 2012-13 (including IVDs and dental) and imported goods to the value of $5.59 billion and exported goods to the value of $2.23 billion. Find out more



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Upcoming Training & Events

2.3 Advertising of Therapeutic Goods in Australia
 - 11 August 2016, Sydney

2.2 Complying with the Code of Practice
 - 17 August 2016, Sydney

3.3 Australian Legislative Framework: Company roles and responsibilities
 - 26 August 2016, Sydney

4.3 Understanding the MSAC Process
 - 9 September 2016, Sydney

3.6 TGA Decision Making and Appeals
 - 23 September 2016, Sydney






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