MEETINGS - BVMed/Medinform meeting (Germany) May 2005:
This article was originally published in Clinica
German insurance funds, clinicians, scientists and the medical technology industry will present their views on the future shape of the health economy and medical technology's role in it at a BVMed/Medinform meeting in Berlin on May 3. A senior panel of speakers including Boston Scientific CTO Fred Colen and the German federal health ministry's Dr Klaus Theo Schroder will address a range of topics against the backdrop of an ageing population, medtech boundaries being rolled back and IT applications changing the way in which healthcare is delivered. Details on Gesundheitswirtschaft - innovative Medizintechnologien als Motor des Wachstumsmarktes Gesundheit from email@example.com or tel: +49 30 246 255 20.
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