MedTech Association Announces Open Registration for MedTech 2016 – Innovation Impact: Keeping New York’s Finger on the Pulse

Monday, July 25, 2016

MedTech Association, the leading member based trade association for the Bio/Med industry in New York State, today announced that registration is open for MEDTECH 2016 – Innovation Impact: Keeping New York’s Finger on the Pulse. MEDTECH 2016 is MedTech’s 12th annual conference and the largest gathering of senior leaders in the state’s Bio/Med industry. The conference will be held September 26 - 28 at the Hilton Albany in Albany, N.Y.  Early bird registration is open and currently available for conference attendees who register on or before Friday, August 19, 2016.  

This year’s conference will host more than 50 distinguished panelists and speakers from leading companies throughout the New York region, including senior executives, business leaders, strategic thought leaders, engineers and partners, who will present on the value of how innovation and connectivity across their business eco-system is helping them grow their business and overcome key challenges. Attendees will learn from thought-provoking keynotes from industry leaders and political analysts, interactive panel discussions, including a Collaboration and Growth track, as well as engage in opportunities for networking and partnerships, including a Technology Showcase. MEDTECH 2016 attendees will also have the opportunity to tour the SUNY University at Albany East Campus, the university’s health sciences campus.

“Our members are the key players in the Bio/Med industry across New York, and we look forward to bringing so many of them together to share their stories and real-world solutions at this conference.  We are very excited to have such a strong group of speakers, sponsors and attendees to support MEDTECH 2016 and engage in a dynamic discussion of key challenges facing the industry today,” said Jessica Crawford, MedTech President.    

For more information on MEDTECH 2016, please visit the conference site here or go to

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