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MedTech Response to Triple Medical Emergencies

20 Nov 2020

New Zealand Billion-dollar Medical Device Sector Resilient And Inventive In Triple Emergencies

COVID-19 Changed the Health Sector - What Does That Mean for the Future?

25 Aug 2020

This year’s Medical Technology Association of New Zealand Conference explored the effect of two major drivers for change in the health sector and in particular their impact on the medical technology industry: the COVID-19 pandemic and the Health & Disability System Review 2020. This article was commissioned by Medtronic, written by Julie O’Brien from Healthy Communications, www.healthcomms.co.nz, and edited by Sue Hill.

NZ HealthTech Insights Report Offers Timely Dive Into NZ’s Largest Tech Industry Sub-sector

13 May 2020

Technology Investment Network (TIN), in association with the Consortium for Medical Device Technologies (CMDT), has today released New Zealand’s first ever HealthTech Insights Report, offering a deep dive into the country’s largest tech industry sub-sector, Healthcare Technology. The inaugural report provides a closer look into NZ’s healthcare technology sector based on data from TIN’s 2019 survey results, including size and significance, key export markets, investment challenges and opportunities, along with a comprehensive directory of 163 early stage HealthTech companies that currently exist in New Zealand.

WELLBEING BUDGET – INVESTS $5.6billion HEALTHCARE SECTOR

15 May 2020

The Wellbeing Budget: Rebuilding Together package invests more than $3 billion in operating funding per year to ensure that government services continue to support New Zealanders through this extraordinary time. It provides $5.6 billion for the health sector, so it can respond to the pandemic while maintaining the sustainable delivery of existing services. It also invests $1.6 billion across the forecast period in both government and non-government social services, which will support New Zealanders’ education, employment and housing outcomes.

Update from MTANZ - A word from the MTANZ Chair, Erin Currie:

23 Mar 2020

MTANZ is committed to contributing and collaborating with our public health service to get through the impact of COVID-19.

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