MEETINGS - Capital City Health Convention (Germany) May 2001:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Innovative medical technologies and the management of progress in medicine are one of the main themes of the Capital City Health Convention being held in Germany on May 16-18. On the third day of the convention, management of progress in medicine, and financing of innovative and medical technologies will be the subject matters. BVMed director-general Joachim Schmitt will present the latter topic. Health minister Ulla Schmidt will also be attending the meeting. For more information contact Manfred Beeres at BVMed, the German technology association. Tel: +49 611 976 750. Fax: +49 611 719 769. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bvmed.de
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