Medtronic promotes public transparency and has committed to disclosing its donations, including those made to U.S. healthcare professionals or healthcare organizations affiliated with those customers on the Medtronic public website.
In addition, Medtronic discloses all pertinent donations in accordance with applicable law, including the National Physician Payment Transparency Program: Open Payments (also known as the Sunshine Act), and similar state transparency laws. Learn more about Open Payments.
Note: Please submit one form per event.
Please use the templates below if they are required on the request application.
The academic institution must apply on behalf of the healthcare professional in training. If a request is submitted directly by a healthcare professional in training, the request will be declined and the academic institution must reapply directly. Scholarships for HCPs in training are payable to the third party qualifying conference sponsor or the professional’s academic institution, not directly to the professional, and Medtronic does not participate in individual scholarship recipient selection.
If funding is approved to your institution and the funding applied to a physician, including a fellow, the funding is in scope for reporting to the National Physician Payment Transparency Program: Open Payments (also known as Sunshine Act). The physician's name will be reported along with the academic institution as required by Open Payments law. Funding applied to medical residents will not be reported, although if your institution is a teaching hospital, Medtronic will report the contribution made to your institution. Medtronic will provide funding for approved fellowship grants only after information identifying the individual recipient fellow(s) has been received.
For charitable fundraising requests related to disease states treated by Medtronic therapies. The recipient, except in rare instances, must be a tax-exempt charity.
Effective January 1, 2018, Medtronic is complying globally with changes to the codes of conduct introduced by MedTech Europe, APACMed, and AdvaMed China by ending the practice of directly paying for or reimbursing the expenses of any individual healthcare provider to attend or speak at a third party educational event, society meeting or third party congress.
Medtronic remains committed to supporting society and industry scientific programs for education and scientific change. While no longer providing direct sponsorship, Medtronic may, in many cases, provide grants to industry organizations so that they may subsidize the costs for physicians and other healthcare providers to travel to and attend such programs.
Organizers of third party educational events, healthcare institutions and professional associations may apply for a grant by completing the Congress Attendee Grant application form. Completion of the application does not guarantee funding.
The information provided in this section does not apply to healthcare providers in the United States where existing Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) rules apply.
This selection is for requests where Medtronic is asked only to exhibit at a conference or other meeting venue.
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To support third-party scientific meetings and conferences, including grand rounds, related to Medtronic’s approved therapies and related disease states. This type of meeting or conference may be sponsored by either a for-profit or a non-profit organization. Typical sponsors include professional societies, universities, hospitals and CME providers. The event must issue CME/CEU credits.
To support meetings and conferences, including grand rounds and public education programs, related to disease states treated by Medtronic therapies. This type of meeting or conference may be sponsored by either a for-profit or a non-profit organization. Typical sponsors include professional societies, universities, hospitals and CME providers. Designed for events that do not issue CME/CEU credits.
To request donated and/or loaned equipment for an In-Kind grant for a scientific or educational event, activity, or purpose.
To request donated devices for the treatment of indigent patients for surgeries scheduled outside of the United States.
To request training lab equipment.
To request a product donation for the treatment of indigent patients within the United States.
This application is for healthcare providers who are not able to accept direct support from Medtronic to attend a Medtronic educational event.
The recipient pays up front for coach class airfare, standard hotel room at meeting venue, meals provided at meeting venue, and ground transportation (cab/shuttle) expenses related to the educational event.
After the event (within 30 days), receipts are submitted to Medtronic for all related expenses and once approved, a check in the amount of the expenses is delivered to the recipient's designated hospital administrator. The recipient then accesses the education grant post-program through their hospital administrator. Grant recipients are responsible for following any requirements their institution may have regarding donations received from the medical device industry.
Download and complete the following application and W9 form. Once completed, scan the documents and email to: email@example.com.
This scholarship program is designed to support final year Electrophysiology (EP) fellows in accredited programs in the United States to attend HRS Scientific Sessions. If awarded, this scholarship is designed to provide funding for: