This week in medical devices news, 2019’s Med-Tech Innovation Expo closes to high praise, a brain stimulation headset is launched to help treat depression, and the NHS Shared Business Services invites bids for its second Medicines Management Prescribing Decision Support Framework for GPs.
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This year’s expo contained some exciting new features, including a third conference stage signalling significant growth for this sector-leading event.
DCC Vital, the pharma and medical devices division of international sales, marketing and support services group DCC, has agreed to sell its UK generic pharma activities and related manufacturing facility in Ireland.
Malmö-based Flow Neuroscience has invented a new, medication-free treatment for depression, comprised of a brain stimulation headset and therapy app, and has now launched in the UK.
The US wants American firms to be able to bypass India's strict price controls on healthcare products, imposed to keep the cost down for poorer citizens.
NHS Shared Business Services has invited bids for its second Medicines Management Prescribing Decision Support Framework for GPs, with an estimated contract value of between £10-£100 million.
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