Supply chain challenges and the move to advanced manufacturing are two key issues affecting the Medtech industry. On November 7-9, MedTech Intelligence will be hosting the MedTech Advanced Manufacturing Conference and Supply Chain Summit, in partnership with Axendia, Inc. The two events will run back-to-back with registration options available for each program as well as a discounted rate for professionals who would like to attend both programs.
On May 16-17, the MedTech Regulatory Intelligence Summit will bring regulatory affairs professionals and members of the FDA together for two days of education, discussion and networking as we look at challenges and best practices in navigating current and on the horizon regulatory requirements.
On May 16-17, device developers, regulatory affairs and regulatory intelligence professionals will come together in Washington, DC, for two days of education, discussion and networking to share strategies and best practices on navigating current and on the horizon regulatory requirements.
The increase in global regulatory demands for medical devices has presented new challenges for regulatory affairs and intelligence teams. On May 16-17, The MedTech Regulatory Intelligence Summit will bring together regulatory professionals, device developers and regulators to look at current trends in FDA and international pre-market and post-market requirements, as well as key pain points in achieving regulatory compliance throughout the product lifecycle.
Registration is now open for the MedTech Regulatory Intelligence Summit in Washington, DC, May 16-17. Join us as we take a closer look at strategies and best practices in developing an effective and sustainable regulatory strategy for today’s global market.
MedTech Intelligence will host four vertical in-person events in 2023 covering connected care, regulatory compliance, advanced manufacturing and supply chain. The Washington, DC-based conferences bring together MedTech professionals for education, networking and discussion on the key challenges and opportunities facing the MedTech industry.
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