Call for Abstracts: MTI Regulatory Intelligence and Networking Summit

By MedTech Intelligence Staff

The call for abstracts for the MTI Regulatory Intelligence and Networking Summit is now open. The Summit, which will be held June 3-5, 2024, Washington, DC, offers education and discussion for the Medtech community as it works to develop processes, procedures and solutions to streamline global and product lifecycle regulatory compliance.

The call for abstracts for the 2024 MTI Regulatory Intelligence and Networking Summit, hosted by Medtech Intelligence, is now open. The Summit, which will be held June 3-5, 2024, Washington, DC, is an intimate and interactive forum designed to help regulatory leaders and their organizations recognize and understand key trends, challenges and solutions impacting the strategy, execution and monitoring of MedTech regulatory process and compliance.

Session and workshops during the 3-day Summit deliver insights addressing a breadth of content—from the ever-changing global landscape of MDR requirements to the latest guidance for integrating transformative technologies and data into your design, manufacturing and quality systems.

Speakers who would like to share their insights, strategies and practices for navigating appropriate regulatory pathways across their respective processes and throughout the product lifecycle, are invited to submit presentations and panel discussion topics by February 15, 2024 here.

We are seeking abstract submissions in the following categories:

  • Current regulatory trends
  • Digital Transformation in regulatory processes and compliance
  • Standards Management
  • Collaboration
  • Real World Data/Real World Evidence
  • Alignment with FDA strategic priorities
  • Data management
  • Post-market surveillance
  • Improving clinical trial diversity

The Summit offers in-person and virtual registration options.

For sponsorship and exhibit inquiries, contact RJ Palermo, Director of Sales.

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