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In brief

On 15 January 2024, Consip S.p.A. and Confindustria Dispositivi Medici (the Italian Association of Medical Device Companies) signed an institutional collaboration agreement aimed at identifying the best procurement opportunities for public administrations in the healthcare sector.


Key takeaways

The agreement is based on the belief that the collaboration and the exchange of knowledge, even during the analysis and study phase, can improve the efficiency of institutional functions and increase awareness of the importance of healthcare procurement as a real strategic lever for the pursuit of social, industrial and environmental policy objectives.

Author

Roberto Cursano has been a lawyer in Baker McKenzie since September 2007. He focuses on healthcare law and compliance, and assists in tender procedures, the negotiation of public contracts and litigation before administrative courts. Mr. Cursano is a former administrative officer in the Italian Ministry of Health and helps clients work closely with the Italian Public Administration. He is admitted to the bar before the Italian Supreme Court and the Council of State. As well as training and tutoring in the master’s degree program on clinical trials of pharmaceutical products at the University of Rome Sapienza, Mr. Cursano regularly publishes articles and scientific contributions. He also frequently hosts and participates in seminars and presentations on pharmaceutical and administrative law matters.

Author

Francesca R. Baratta is an Associate in Baker McKenzie Rome office.

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Riccardo Ovidi is an Associate in Baker McKenzie Rome office.

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