Spanish electromed group joins forces with medtech's Fenin
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spanish medtech industry association FENIN and the national electromedicine and clinical engineering society (SEEIC) have signed an agreement to mutually strengthen the activities and sphere of influence of both sectoral groups. The agreement, which was signed last week in Madrid by SEEIC president Jesús Manzanares Pedroche and FENIN secretary general Margarita Alfonsel Jaén, formalises a collaboration that has been growing in recent years with the aim of increasing care quality and safety. SEEIC is a technical-scientific group whose main interest lies in establishing and promoting standards related to the installation and operation of electromedical equipment.
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