More jobs for German medical technology industry
This article was originally published in Clinica
Further indications that the German medtech industry is continuing to lift itself out of the torpor of recent years - despite the double whammy of the new DRGs and the health finance reforms of 2004 - came last week. The autumn "medtech health" survey conducted by Berlin-based industry association BVMed showed that 46% of companies created new jobs in 2006 (36% in 2005), and that industry employee numbers in Germany now stand at 111,000, up by 3,000 on last year.
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