For Immediate Release: January 23, 2018
Medical Device Excise Tax Suspended Thanks to Strong Leadership
Golden Valley, MN – Medical Alley Association President & CEO Shaye Mandle issued the following statement regarding the suspension of the medical device excise tax:
“The Medical Alley Association is pleased that Congress and the President have prioritized health consumers and Minnesota’s leading health technology economy with a two-year suspension of the medical device excise tax, retroactive to January 1, 2018. We will continue to work with Congressional leaders to ensure that health consumers can have confidence in treatment options and improved outcomes through a full repeal.
We are thankful for Minnesota’s strong leadership on this issue and the continued support provided, led by Congressman Erik Paulsen and Senator Amy Klobuchar. Their tireless efforts are greatly appreciated by health consumers and innovators. We want to thank the members of our delegation who voted for this suspension, Congressmen Tom Emmer, Jason Lewis, Rick Nolan and Collin Peterson, and Senator Tina Smith.”
About the Medical Alley Association
Since 1984, the Medical Alley Association has been the front door to Medical Alley. We are the collective voice and expertise of Medical Alley; the strategy, implementation and execution vehicle of the Medical Alley Community. We deliver the collective influence, intelligence and interactions that support Medical Alley’s global leadership.