Founded by national associations in France, UK and Sweden. Previous statutes adopted 1 Jun 1999, Brussels (Belgium), incorporating changes to allow merger with H-XD7877 - International Association of Medical Prosthesis Manufacturers (IAPM). Merger finalized end 1999, following integration discussions launched 1998 and signature of a memorandum of understanding, 9 Jun 1999. The combined organization, although restructured, continued to operate under the 'EUCOMED' title. Current statutes adopted, 2009. Absorbed activities of U-XD7700 - Disposable Hypodermic and Allied Equipment Manufacturers' Association of Europe (DHAEMAE-SIS). Ceased to exist when F-XJ9566 - MedTech Europe became single entity for EUCOMEDC and H-XD2530 - European Diagnostic Manufacturers Association (EDMA), Nov 2016.
Improve patient and clinician access to modern, innovative and reliable medical technology, so as to improve safety and well-being of patients and improve healthcare systems.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of 12 Directors (6 from the Association Member College and 6 from the Corporate Member College), meets 5 times a year. Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Treasurer. Secretariat headed by Chief Executive.
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