Medical device innovation, trends, developments

Medical device innovation, trends, developments

Learn about opportunities, obstacles, and best practices in developing new medical devices at the Medical Device Summit 2018.

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San Francisco, California – The 4th Annual ComplianceOnline Medical Device Summit 2018, happening June 7-8, 2018, at the Omni San Francisco Hotel in California, brings together some of the renowned R&D experts and technology innovators to share information regarding opportunities, obstacles, best practices, and challenges in the development of new medical devices. Attendees will get insight into medical device innovation trends and upcoming changes in the medical device regulations.

Panel discussions led by the former FDA office bearers and industry experts will provide a set of comprehensive strategies on how to prepare for and manage an FDA inspection, including how to follow-up and closing out 483s or Warning Letters. Attending this summit will enable you to improve and better prepare for your next inspections.

Summit attendees will learn how to develop and implement effective, consistent, and reliable quality management systems when ex-FDA officials and senior company executives share thoughts and ideas to improve the performance of your current system.

Attendees will get to network with the prominent decision makers in the industry to exchange ideas, offer thoughts and know-how, and share experiences. Joining this summit will offer a unique opportunity to the attendees to market their offerings and identify new business opportunities.

Panels, comprised of some of leading medical device experts and veterans, will discuss the recent changes to the regulatory environment for the medical device industry and how these changes will impact the approval of new devices.

Join the summit to hear from experts who have extensive experience in all aspects of medical device including R&D, manufacturing quality assurance, approval, and commercialization process.

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