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The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) is the national association representing companies in the medical technology industry. MTAA aims to ensure the benefits of modern, innovative and reliable medical technology are delivered effectively to provide better health outcomes to the Australian community. 


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Medical device industry disappointed by cuts to Prostheses List - 19 October 2016

The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) is disappointed by the announcement today by the Health Minister, Sussan Ley MP to cut 7.5% off hips and knees and 10% to cardiac and ophthalmic on the Prostheses List (PL). Read more

MediGroup EBI Stracos 3D Rib Clip wins Kerrin Rennie Award - 29 September 2016

On Tuesday (27th September) night the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) announced MediGroup EBI, Stracos 3D Rib Clip as the winner of the Kerrin Rennie Award for Excellence in Medical Technology. The Award recognises the innovative and extraordinary contribution of medical technology in improving and saving the lives of patients. Read more

The BluePrint for a Stronger Australian MedTech Industry - 26 September 2016

More than 200 delegates from around the world will explore ways to make the latest medical technology (MedTech) more accessible for doctors and patients at the 2016 Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) Annual Conference. Read more

Medical Technology industry welcomes increased transparency - 21 September 2016

The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) acknowledges the announcement today by Independent Senator Nick Xenophon that he plans to establish a Senate inquiry into the private health insurance industry and pricing of medical devices on the prosthesis list. Read more

Announcing the resignation of Chief Executive, Susi Tegen - 19 September 2016

On Sunday 18th September the Board was informed that Ms Susi Tegen would be stepping down from her role as Chief Executive of the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) with immediate effect due to health reasons. Read more

First-of-its-kind 'Speed date' event to uncover next wave of MedTech talent - 19 September 2016

More than 120 of Australia's brightest students, leading medical technology start-ups and companies will get together for some unique speed-networking tomorrow to uncover and inject the next wave of talent into the 'MedTech' sector. Read more

New Polling shows Private Health Insurance puts profits before patients - 18 September 2016

ReachTEL polling of 1,144 residents across Australia conducted on the night of 12th September commissioned by the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) shows 77.9% either strongly agree or agree with the statement “private health insurers put profits before patients.” Read more

MedTech offers New Investment and Job Opportunities - 21 July 2016

The Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA) welcomes the consultation announced today by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel on the future research infrastructure priorities.  But Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released today show the estimated number of innovation businesses has increased by six thousand between 2012-13 and 2014-15. Read more


Why do medical technology companies need representation?

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Value of Technology Program

The Value of Technology (VOT) Program contributes to an improved understanding of the impact of advances in medical technology on healthcare expenditure in Australia, and the associated costs and benefits for the healthcare system and community. Find out more


Fact Book

The Australian medical technology industry had turnover of approximately $11.8 billion in 2012-13 (including IVDs and dental) and imported goods to the value of $5.59 billion and exported goods to the value of $2.23 billion. Find out more


MedTech Knowledge Hub Workforce & Skills Review

A skills gap in Australia's medical technology sector could hamper the industry's growth if left unaddressed - but also offers opportunities for people looking to join one of Australia's most innovative industries, according to a new report.

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Upcoming Training & Events

MedTech Forum: IVD Regulatory update - 2 November 2016, Sydney

1.5 Introduction to Operating Theatre Protocols 2016 - 8 November 2016, Brisbane

1.5 Introduction to Operating Theatre Protocols 2016
 - 16 November 2016, Melbourne

1.5 Introduction to Operating Theatre Protocols 2016 - 2 December 2016, Sydney

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