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Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

Great Potential in China’s Medical Device Market

We ran across this interesting article in MDDI on the market potential of China.  Though the United States and Europe both greatly surpass China's healthcare, China is expected to catch up to Europe by 2020.  A healthcare stimulus was implemented in China, which has lead to investment in the country’s healthcare infrastructure.  China’s ultimate goal is universal healthcare for its citizens by 2020.  Currently, healthcare spending is low in China, but it is expected to increase.  Unfortunately, China has been struggling with rising labor and shipping costs.  However, these circumstances have encouraged the medical technology industry to become more prominent and invest in R&D.

Topics: Medical Market Potential, China, Medical Device Market

Posted by Jacqui Lingler on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

China Joins the International Medical Device Regulators Forum

The third meeting of the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF), held in France last month, tackled an aggressive agenda to strengthen its role in setting global device policies and added regulators from China for the first time since its inception in October 2011.

Topics: World Health Organization, International Medical Device Regulators, China

Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

China’s Proposed Regulations on Medical Devices - What Should American Device Companies Know?

March proved to be a busy month for China and the government bodies responsible for regulating food and drug safety.

Topics: Medical Devices, China, Regulatory

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