Medical Device Tax

In the Know: The Biggest Healthcare Stories of 2019

Medical Device Excise Tax Fully Repealed Minnesota’s Angel Tax Credit Returns Gov. Walz Shows Support for Entrepreneurs with Creation of Launch Minnesota Proposed Changes to Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute Announced in Medical Alley Bright Health Raises $635M in Latest Funding Round Optum completes acquisition of DaVita Medical Group from DaVita 3M buys medical device […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for December 23, 2019

House passes measure to kill medical device tax Bright Health Raises $635M in Latest Funding Round Boston Scientific gets 1st US disposable duodenoscope clearance Medtronic Acquires Klue In a first, researchers sequence single bacterial cells, paving path for rapid sepsis test Faegre Baker Daniels will merge with large Philadelphia law firm on Feb. 1 Ecolab […]

Medical Alley Association Applauds Congressional Support of Healthcare Innovation

For Immediate Release: Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019 Media Contact: Dan Wadedwade@medicalalley.org (952) 746-3812 Medical Alley Association Applauds Congressional Support of Healthcare Innovation Medical Alley, MN — The medical device excise tax, which studies have shown chills innovation, reduces employment, slows hiring plans, and freezes capital investments has been fully repealed by Congress just days before […]

In The Know — March 11, 2019

New App Designed To Help Patients Report Health Outcomes Wins Top Prize from AHRQ Medical device tax repeal bill reintroduced in U.S. Senate Ping Yeh, StemoniX CEO, talks growth after $14M round – Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Medtronic Keeps DES Market Hot with New Indication FemPulse Appoints Dr. Robert Kieval as Chief Scientific […]

Medical Alley Association Backs Sen. Klobuchar’s Push to Repeal Medical Device Tax

For Immediate Release: March 7th, 2019 Medical Alley Association Backs Sen. Klobuchar’s Push to Repeal Medical Device Tax Minneapolis, MN – Medical Alley Association thanks Senator Amy Klobuchar for her leadership on permanently repealing the medical device excise tax. The Protect Medical Innovation Act, introduced by Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Pat Toomey (R-PA), has […]

Patients Deserve the Full Potential of Medical Innovation

By Jeff Mirviss, Senior Vice President and President, Peripheral Interventions, Boston Scientific Susan, an active mother of three, woke up the day after taking a one-hour flight with a swollen, painful leg that was almost purple. She knew something was wrong, but didn’t expect what the emergency room doctors told her—that a deep vein thrombosis […]

July 25, 2018: Capitol News

U.S. House Votes to Repeal Medical Device Tax Late yesterday afternoon, the U.S. House voted to permanently repeal the Medical Device Excise Tax by a vote of 283-132. The bill – known as The Protect Medical Innovation Act – received strong bipartisan support, including five members of Minnesota’s Congressional delegation. The bill now goes to […]

Medical Alley Applauds House Passage of Device Tax Repeal – Urges Senate Action

For Immediate Release: July 24, 2018 Today, the United States House of Representatives voted 283-132 to permanently repeal the Medical Device Excise Tax. The Medical Alley Association thanks those House members who voted to bring certainty to the healthcare marketplace and to prioritize health consumer access to the next-generation of medical technology solutions. The House […]

January 18, 2018: In the Know

Familiar with Telemedicine? Mayo Clinic is Taking Next Step with New Robotic ‘Telestenting’ Procedure Medtronic’s pain pump redesign OK’d by FDA Return of Medical Device Tax Expected to Disproportionally Hurt Minnesota Innovation Vice Admiral Matthew L. Nathan, M.D., Former Surgeon General of the U.S. Navy, Joins Humanetics Medical Advisory Board Ochsner Health System and Vital […]

MAA Thanks Congressman Paulsen For His Proposed Suspension of Medical Device Tax

Golden Valley, MN (December 12, 2017) – Medical Alley Association President & CEO Shaye Mandle issued the following statement regarding Congressman Erik Paulsen’s proposal to extend the suspension of the medical device excise tax: “Medical Alley Association thanks Congressman Paulsen for his leadership and proposal to suspend the medical device tax for another five years. […]

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