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Medica technology saves lives, improves patient outcomes and helps lower the overall cost of health care. It is also one of America's strongest and fastest-growing manufacturing sectors, creating and producing medical innovations for use around the world—and providing good-paying jobs across the country.
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“Differentiating differently,” focuses on an additional risk that has emerged: the commoditization of many medtech product segments.
October 2014

Medtech companies’ strategies will need to account for an additional risk emerging from a confluence of trends: the threat of commoditization in many product segments. How to address this challenge is a central theme of this year’s Pulse report.  click to download>>

For the last 20 years, medtech has accounted for just 6 cents of each health dollar.
October 2014

This presentation provides an overview of value facts across medtech industry sectors. Click to download>>

Medical technology saves lives, improves patient outcomes and helps lower the overall cost of health care.
September 2014

Our new brochure helps communicate how AdvaMed’s Life Changing Innovation campaign educates key audiences on the importance of advanced medical devices and diagnostics to patients, the health care system and the economy. click to download>>

Follow @AdvaMedUpdate and re-tweet our #AFibMonth and #AFib tweets
September 2014

The following social media posts for Twitter and Facebook emphasize the importance of medical technology in the treatment and prevention of AFib. Click to download>>

Cataract surgery has been shown to improve vision and overall quality of life.
August 2014

Cataract Surgery & Advanced Lens Technology: Improving Lives, Saving Costs  Click to download>>

Over 24.5 million Americans suffer from Cataracts.
August 2014

Cataracts are a condition in which the eye’s lens becomes cloudy, and if not treated can lead to blindness. Cataracts can significantly impair vision and quality of life for patients and cost the U.S. economy $35.4 billion per year. However, thanks to continued advancements in medical technology, tremendous progress had been made in cataract surgery and lens technology over the past few decades. Click to download>>>

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