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  • In The News

    World Cancer Day 2017: Medical Technologies are helping prevent premature deaths Washington, USA, 4 February 2017—Today is World Cancer Day 2017, and DITTA is honoured to support its ambition of significantly reducing the illnesses and premature deaths caused by cancer by 2020[1]. DITTA is also proud to highlight the increasingly important role that medical technologies Read More

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    Leading MedTech Associations Support Bipartisan Senate Effort to Repeal the Device Tax   Washington, D.C. – The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA), Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) and the Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) today applauded the Senate introduction of bipartisan legislation to repeal the 2.3 percent medical device excise tax.  The legislation, S. Read More

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    New Report From DITTA Underlines Its Commitment To Cybersecurity Chicago, IL – November 30, 2016 – DITTA, the global voice for the diagnostic imaging, radiation therapy, healthcare ICT, electromedical and radiopharmaceutical industry, re-emphasized with this publication the commitment of its company members to cybersecurity in the Medical Imaging Equipment sector. The report urges all stakeholders Read More

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    The US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an updated Guidance for the Submission of 510(k)s for Solid State X-ray Imaging Devices, originally released in 1999. MITA’s SSXI Task Force, launched by the X-Ray section in March 2016, provided input that better matched the guidance document with current technology to the FDA. The revisions Read More

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    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued Cyber Storm V: After Action Report, which summarizes key findings and conclusions from an 18-month cyber exercise involving 1,200 participants, including MITA and seven MITA members. The goal of Cyber Storm V was to strengthen cybersecurity preparedness and response capabilities by exercising policies, processes, and procedures for identifying and responding to a multisector cyber attack targeting critical infrastructure.

  • In The News

    For women with dense tissue, mammograms can be less accurate so new tests offer better detection but often more false alarms. As of now, only about 100 hospitals offer the newest molecular breast imaging technology, which is made by GE Healthcare and Gamma Medica Inc. But with costs as low as $300, it could grow rapidly, particularly if additional studies yield similar results.

  • In The News

    Many primary care physicians (PCPs) believe that advanced medical imaging adds considerable value to patient care, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

  • In The News

    The global medical device market in 2014 was a challenging one, but agile companies found opportunities for growth.


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    Hear from Thomas Tulip, Ph.D, President, FluoroPharma Medical, Inc. on why his organization joined MITA.

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