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Latest Articles in medical devices

Six Months To Go: BSI Issues Reminder As UKCA Deadline Approaches

UKCA marking will replace traditional CE marking from 1 January 2022 and almost all products that previously required the CE marking will need to have the UKCA marking affixed by an Approved Body. C

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Industry Hails Late-fee Relief For GST Non-filers, Demands Zero Tax Rate On Med Devices, Health Services

The late fee for non-furnishing of GSTR-3B for July 2017 to April 2021 has been capped at Rs 500 per return for those taxpayers who did not have any tax liability.

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India Reaches Out To US Companies Over Investment In Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices Sector

India, he said, has recently launched a production linked incentive scheme that will provide the US companies new opportunities for investment.

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Challenges, Opportunities & Trends

Disruption led to many healthcare and other players looking for solutions in process improvements, frugal innovations and product discoveries

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Public Private Collaboration: Need Of The Hour To Combat COVID-19

India needs to refine its strategies for public-private partnership (PPP), boost trade and ensure support for the people and communities most affected by the disease.

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Government To Soon Bring Indian Standardisation For Medical Devices: Official

V K Paul, NITI Aayog member today said that a range of medical devices, old or new, will soon have an 'Indian Standard' and the standardisation is expected to be completed in the next 2 months

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India, US Closing In On Package Deal To Remove Trade Irritants

Having skirmished for months over tit-for-tat tariffs on steel and some agricultural products, the two sides began talks in June that also cover India's concerns over US steel tariffs and US problems with Indian tariffs on imported IT equipment

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With ‘Price Control’ Falling Flat On Its Face; Time to Adopt A Wiser Alternative

Another aspect which the industry is worried about is that, if the government continues to fix price based on landed cost, irrespective of product differentiation, then this will be the norm for price fixing in the countries where India export drugs and device

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Trade Margin Rationalisation Needs A Rational Approach

Under the proposed Trade Margin Rationalization regime, manufacturers would be allowed to offer a limited price margin for the entire trade channel

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How Innovation In Healthcare Sector Has Improved Patient Outcomes

High standards of living and technological advances in medicine have led to a sharp increase in life expectancy at birth - from 57.9 years in 1990 to 68.3 years in 2017

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The Year For The Indian Healthcare And Medical Device Industry

Major hurdles that slow the growth pace of the medical device industry are that of price control and uncertainty about the effect of new Medical Device Rules, 2017 which will be applicable from 1st Jan 2018

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India A Green Spot For Healthcare Industry

Celebrating the growth and revolution of Indian Healthcare industry, leading industry experts shared their insight on the latest developments and trends in the field of Pharmaceuticals and Medical devices at Pharma and Medical Devices Summit and Excellence Awards 2017

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Slash Hospital Fees Too

70 per cent slash in current market price of orthopaedic knee implants

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Medical Devices To Carry MRP On Packs From Jan 1, 2018, Says Govt

These devices included heart valves, surgical dressings, condoms, stents, disposable hypodermic syringes and orthopaedic implants, among other

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Three Years Of Modi Govt: All Parties Must Benefit

Keeping healthcare costs under control for consumers is important, but not at the cost of hurting other stakeholders of the industry

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