Launched by AdvaMed, the platform was developed in collaboration with partners that include the Aerospace Industries Association and Google.
Diagnostic companies are hustling to increase availability of testing.
AdvaMed has reported that its member companies have provided $26.8 million in medical supplies, along with $4.1 million in cash donations.
Peter Micca of Deloitte discusses the changes that are happening within the healthcare ecosystem as a whole.
AdvaMed states that the huge tax increase will have a significant impact on employment and investment.
Stakeholders warn that more EtO facility closures could have a catastrophic result.
Medical device companies will be driven to evolve their business models to a more patient/consumer-centric approach.
“We don’t know how long the shutdown is going to continue,” says the association’s President and CEO Scott Whitaker.
Device companies will need to assess their business model in order to compete in an outcomes-based reimbursement environment.
The Senate vote is good news for industry, which has fought against the tax for years.