On November 8-9, members of the Medtech community will gather in Washington, DC, for the MedTech Supply Chain Intelligence Summit. Hear from industry leaders and join in the discussion as we highlight strategies for overcoming current challenges and preparing for future supply chain risks. Learn how your peers assess and mitigate risks and address logistics strains to build sustainable, resilient supply chains. Program highlights include:
Building Resilience in the Medical Device Supply Chain – CDRH Resilient Supply Chain Program
The FDA’s perspective on the need to avoid medical device shortages today and in the future.
Presented by Tammy Beckham, DVM, PhD, Associate Director, Resilient Supply Chain Program, FDA CDRH
Challenges of Executing Risk Management for Combo Products in a Global Supply Chain
This session will address risk management execution for combination products and the challenge when regulators don’t define combination products consistently across the world and apply requirements inconsistently especially in Lifecycle management. business needs. These trends call for a new paradigm in global supply chain management.
Presented by Hugo Felix, Director, Medical Device & Combination Products, Pfizer
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Overcoming Supply Chain Challenges & Opportunities
A panel discussion with Garth Conrad, Vice President – Quality, Flex Health Solutions, Tammy Beckham, DVM, PhD, Associate Director, Resilient Supply Chain Program, FDA CDRH, Robert Nunez, Sr. Director of Reliability, Ethicon – a J & J Company, Hugo Felix, Director, Medical Device & Combination Products, Pfizer, and Daniel Matlis, President & Founder, Axendia, Inc.
De-Risking the Supply Chain Using Data Analytics
Presented by Robert Nunez, Sr. Director of Reliability, Ethicon – a J & J Company
Supply Chain Visibility: A Regulatory Necessity and Business Imperative
Why shifting from Rigid Supply Chain to Value Networks is a MUST: The Analyst perspective based on primary market research
Presented by Daniel Matlis, President & Founder, Axendia, Inc.
In-person and virtual registration options available.