Germany puts weight behind ethical trading
This article was originally published in Clinica
As part of its drive to encourage partnerships for innovation among the various players of the healthcare sector in Germany, the BVMed industry association has launched a campaign called "medtech compass" which it hopes will increase transparency and co-operation between doctors, medical institutions and industry. All collaborations should be ethically sound, it says.
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