Canada's MEDEC recommends industry-wide adoption of revised code of conduct
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Canada’s medical technology industry association MEDEC has “revised and restated” its 2005 code of conduct for companies on their interactions with healthcare professionals. The group is urging all medtech companies in Canada – not just MEDEC members – to adopt the updated code and to implement an effective compliance programme.
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