Advancing patient care through MedTech

The South African Medical Technology Industry Association advancing innovation responsibility

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Slide SAMED Position and Guidance on SA Medtech Market Access and Reimbursement
Read More The SAMED Market Access Committee has prepared and combined a series of documents relating to introducing new technologies to South Africa and assisting SAMED members in navigating a relatively complex market access and reimbursement environment.
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Postion Paper
Read More As existing health risks surge and new ones emerge, humanity’s past successes in overcoming health challenges are no guarantee of future results. People’s health may be undermined not only by crises caused by infections or pandemics but also by natural or man-made catastrophes. Such events would require similar planned, timeous and effective responses from governments and health experts – including the medtech industry.
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Read More Medical devices and IVDs (collectively termed medical technology) used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and disability, as well as offering improvements in quality of life in humans, are regulated in many countries or regions around the world. In an increasing number of countries, legislators and policy-makers are developing or revising national systems for the regulation of medical technology.
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Procurement of Medical Technology
Read More SAMED recognises that effective procurement of medical technology makes an enormous contribution to the quality of care offered by the health system to the public. This paper sets out SAMED’s position on the procurement system required to optimise the contribution of medical technology.
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Ethical Marketing & Business Practice
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Who we are

The South African Medical Technology Industry Association (SAMED), founded in 1985, is a not-for-gain industry association committed to advancing patient care through MedTech. With the objective of being the voice of the South African MedTech and In- Vitro Diagnostics industry, we help our members to contribute towards, and participate in, an ethical and sustainable health sector. SAMED is committed to providing the MedTech industry with a collective, objective and credible platform for engagement with all stakeholders.

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Anonymous whistleblowing hotline

Whistleblowing is recognised as the most effective measure to guard against fraudulent or unethical activity within organisations. The Medical Device Code whistleblowing hotline is an anonymous tip-off mechanism available to any member of the public wishing to report contraventions of the Code. The hotline is independently managed and available 24/7.

Contact the medical device code hotline:

  • Free call: 0800 00 04 68
  • E-mail: samed@tip-offs.com accompanied by completed complaint form
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Our strength and mandate come from our membership, and our foremost concern is to listen to our members and to represent their interests in a relevant and meaningful way, taking account of external factors and developments that impact on their business and health services more broadly.

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