European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical Healthcare IT Industry (COCIR)
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Founded by medical engineering industries of 5 European countries.
Act as European organization of trade associations representing manufacturers of medical electric equipment; represent and promote members' interests; support development of standards regarding safety of patients and users; implement a European Quality System assessment scheme; communicate with European Union policy-makers on economic, regulatory and technical issues related to healthcare; work with organizations promoting harmonized standards and regulatory control worldwide and encourage free trade; cooperate with governments and EU authorities in achieving the above.
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